Clent Parish Council has taken the lead on behalf of all homes and businesses in Clent to upgrade the Parish to ultrafast broadband. This is a scheme jointly funded by central Government and Worcester County Council (WCC). A total of 401 premises have been registered with Openreach. By mid-January 2021 Openreach should have provided indicative […]
Worcester County Council (WCC) together with Central Government are funding a scheme to upgrade rural broadband to ultrafast broadband (BB). To qualify residents and businesses must not be able to get BB speed of 100Mbps or more, must not be in an existing government funded scheme for a BB upgrade and apply as a group […]
Sanders Park Tuesdays 10am to 1pm Alvechurch Meadows Saturdays 10am to 2pm Clent Park Sundays 10am to 12pm During August 2020 a qualified instructor will be on hand to give free guidance on how to use the free fitness equipment. No need to book, just turn up. Government guidelines will be followed to ensure safety […]
COVID-19 Clent Community Support Group Newsletter Read about Easter, the Tech Borrowing Scheme, Good Cause Clothing, Contacts, Behind the Scenes and more… Help us to help you Our aim is to ensure that no one in our community is inadvertently forgotten so please let us know if you think a neighbour needs any support or […]
Hello everyone! Are you unable to leave your home because of Covid 19/Coronavirus and would appreciate some help? Would you like to offer mutual support to people in our communities?We’re here for you. Download our leaflet for more information and some advice to help keep you safe, using the link below.
CHURCH AVENUE TEMPORARY CLOSURE ORDER WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (C2002 Church Avenue, Holy Cross, Clent)(Temporary Closure) Order 2018 Proposed Order: to close that part of C2002 Church Avenue, Holy Cross, Clent from its junction with C2003 Bromsgrove Road to its junction with C2163 Odnall Lane in order to facilitate […]
The Family Rebel A historical adventure novel by Clent Author Stan Bloxham It’s 1775. The American War of Independence has just begun. Peace-loving Oxfordshire farmer William Bloxham discovers his bastard son Billy involved in a desperate plot to kidnap King George 111. Determined to save the boy from being hanged for treason, William leaves farm […]