Latest News New AVS web site ....www.alvechurchvs.org ....has details of the 2014/2015

History

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The Society runs a programme of evening meetings and weekend family walks. These are normally held in Alvechurch Village Hall on the fourth Wednesday of the month and are open to members and non-members alike. Speakers typically focus on issues of local interest. The Chairman opens each session with a review of AVS activities; followed by a summary of what's happening in the Alvechurch area. There is often feedback from PACT and other community meetings and AVS members can make their views known on village issues. After the speaker's talk, refreshments are usually available.

Our guided walks are intended to be family-friendly and manageable by all ages. They typically cover 4-5 miles, lasting around 2 hours, with a cut-off point where possible for those preferring a shorter walk. Many begin in Tanyard Lane Car Park in Alvechurch and follow waymarked paths in the Parish. For variety, some are based in neighbouring parishes but, apart from the Boxing Day and July evening walks, they all begin at 2.30pm. AVS always welcomes suggestions for new walks, and new volunteers offering to lead a walk, If you would like to help, please contact our walks organiser on 0171 885 0776.

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NEW AVS WEB SITE

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Parish Council

Alvechurch Parish Office is at the bottom of Bear Hill