Details of local churches, groups & organisations, schools, doctors & dentists and our local library & Village Hall can be found below, together with other useful information:
Local Police Contact Details
Non Emergency Phone Calls: 101
(In an emergency always call 999)
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Strength & Balance Excercise Class
Fire Safety Check Information
Report a Loan Shark
New Horizons leaflet: Please download below, an electronic copy of a leaflet aimed at over 50’s:
Community Messaging Service (CMS)
To register to receive CMS messages
To register your interest in one of the CMS Schemes being run by Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police, you will need to use the following links to register; then follow the on screen instructions.
West Mercia Police - https://www.westmercia.police.uk/register
Warwickshire Police - https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/register
There are 5 pages in total and all must be completed. These preferences can be amended by you at any time by logging back in to your account.
Step by Step Guide
Step 1: Register your email – please enter your email in the box shown on screen. Next click on the ‘I am not a robot’ link and follow the directions given. Once you have registered, you will be given a 5 digit PIN which you will need in step 2.
Step 2: You will receive an activation email to the address provided in step 1. Click the link in this email where you will be prompted to enter the 5 digit PIN that was given to you in Step 1.
Step 3: Enter your pin and a strong password. It is suggested you use a minimum of 8 characters including at least 1 capital letter and 1 special character such as “?”.
Step 4: Once you have entered and verified your password you will receive a confirmation email and then you can log into your account via the link provided. You will be required to log in to the system.
Step 5: Once logged in you will then see a new link on the top right of “My Account”. This is where you can add information to the system such as where you live etc within the “Your Details” section. Once this section is completed, move on the to the ‘Email CMS Preferences’ section.
Step 6: The ‘Email CMS Preferences’ section allows you to select which message type you wish to receive, the area that you want to receive the messages for and the frequency with which you wish to receive them.
Step 7: Page 5 is the summary page, which allows you to check the choices you have made. Please ensure that all your details are correct before pressing the ‘submit’ icon. You have now successfully registered to receive CMS messages.
Holiday from CMS Messages: If you wish to take a holiday from receiving messages from the system – if you are out of the country, for example, and may be charged for looking at emails, you can select from the “My Account” options “Holiday from CMS Messages”. You can then select the dates for the start and end of your holiday and messages will be suspended between these dates. The system will automatically resume sending messages after your return date.
Annual Renewal of Subscription: To ensure that we comply with Data Protection legislation and, as part of our ongoing commitment to you, we will review our subscribers annually. On the anniversary of your subscription, you will be sent a reminder link to renew your subscription for a further year. You will be asked to log into the website using your email address and password and from here you can then renew your membership via the screen presented.
Forgotten Password/Resetting your password: To reset your password, please click on the forgotten password link on the login page. You will then receive an email with a link to enable you to reset or choose a new password. You can then to login to the system with the new password.
Further help: If you have followed the steps in this guide and you find that you need some help, please contact one of the team, by email, to email@example.com Please include your name, email address, telephone number and a brief description of the problem and a member of the team will contact you.
Bromsgrove and Redditch Network Supporting Bromsgrove`s Rural Communities
Free help and advice for the voluntary and community sector in rural Bromsgrove
See link below:
Healthy Minds Service
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Worcestershire Rural Watch Advice Sheets can be found at the link below:
Bromsgrove District Council location:
As Parkside has been designed to make use of the ample car parking in its immediate vicinity, visitors are advised that parking is not usually available directly on site and that they should park in any nearby car park. Car park details can be found at www.bromsgrove.gov.uk/parking.
Visitors should not park on the BHI Medical Centre's car park which is a private car park.
Reception at Parkside will operate from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday from the relocated Customer Service Centre. The contact number for Reception is 01527 8811302. Further Council contact details can be found at: http://www.bromsgrove.gov.uk/contacts
Parish Council Noticeboard Locations
Not for Commercial use, advertising for commercial purposes will be removed.
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The charity was set up in May 2014 with the primary aim of becoming responsible for the day to day management of the Public Library building situated in May Lane. This would be an interim measure until it moved into the Hub at Woodrush Academy. Due to delays outside of the charity’s control this never materialised and the charity focused on setting up a Community Transport Service with the West Midlands Special Needs Transport. This service is named the Wythall Dial-a-Ride and provides assisted transport for local people who cannot easily use or gain access to regular bus services. Details of the service are available at the Parish Office, on this website, under transport, and in the Library.
The charity is actively looking for ways to support our local community and is open to suggestions from the public about other suitable projects. At the moment we have six trustees and meet four times a year with other meetings as and when needed. The meetings are open to the public and notes from the meetings are available below.
Queries are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered Charity number 1157087
The Croft, Houndsfield Lane, Wythall, Birmingham B47 6LS.
S J Baxter (Chairperson)
S R Peters (Treasurer)
C Turner (Secretary)
A V Furmston
Minutes from the Wythall Together meetings can be downloaded below:
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Alcester Rd, Wythall, B47 6JL
For Bookings Contact:
Email - email@example.com
The Village Hall can be hired for events and parties and is also used by the
Wythall Theatre Group
Born to Move
Extend Excercise Class
Wythall History Society
Wythall Gardening Club
Details of our three local schools can be found below:
Woodrush Academy (Mixed school for pupils aged 11- 18)
Tel: 01564 823777
Coppice Primary School
Meadow Green Primary School
ST MARY`S CHURCH
Behind the Coppice School, meets every Sunday.
Tel: 0121 430 2775
HEADLEY HEATH NEW LIFE CHURCH
Tel: 01564 824863
TEL: 0121 430 8004
HOLLYWOOD CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTRE
Contact The Church Administrator on Tel: 07891 952 248
Local Clubs and Groups
Wythall Community Association
There are many clubs, activities and events taking place at Wythall House and Park.
All information can be found on their dedicated website:
or see the Facebook group -
Wythall Historical Society information can be found at www.wythall-history.org.uk
The Countrysiders - a group of walkers who walk to
appreciate the countryside. Walks on the second Sunday of each month mainly in
the Counties of Worcestershire and Warwickshire. Walks vary from 5 to 10 miles.
New members welcome. If interested please call:
The Secretary - 0121 475 2087
Wythall Minature Steam Railway information can be found at
Wythall Transport Museum information can be found at www.bammot.org.uk/
- Contact Suzie Ashley (Secretary)
- Phone 07811 468500
The prime aims of the group are:
To organise walks around the Footpaths and Boundaries of Wythall.
To improve way marking on the Public Rights of Way.
To repair, replace and improve the stiles and gates on the Public Rights of Way and improve access to the Countryside of Wythall.
In their continuing work in the countryside around Wythall, the Carers’ work in tidying up some of the less cared for corners of our parish has grown to include aspects of conservation work and tree planting.
The Carers are very active and meet every third Saturday morning of the month at the chosen task site, to spend a few hours between 09.30 and 12.00, clearing the undergrowth or installing one of the new County Council metal gates. We continue to improve access to the beautiful areas around our parish.
More volunteers are needed, if you are interested and have some time to spare please contact The Secretary at the number above.
Wythall & District GSD Club
We are a voluntary organisation that trains & informs on the wellbeing of German Shepherd Dogs. We train at Wythall Park on Sunday Mornings and Thursday Evenings. See our dedicated website http://www.gsdtraining.com
Woodrush Rugby Football Club
We are Woodrush RFC, who are a local club that supports three senior sides and a vast array of Mini Junior sides ranging from the under 6`s to a 16`s colt team. Training for seniors is Tuesday and Thursday 7 - 9pm with matches on Saturdays.
We are on all forms of socail media and have our own website which is http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/woodrush/
Wythall Community Choir
We are a group, of over 80 members, who love to sing under the guidance of our Musical Director, Alex. Run by a committee of five volunteers we sing a variety of songs; musicals, folk, gospel and popular music, to name a few.
We have regular rehearsals, on most Monday evenings (following the Worcestershire School term dates) at 7.15pm (for a 7.30pm start) until 9.30pm at Wythall Scout HQ at Wythall Park, Silver Street.
New Tenors, Bass and Altos singers welcome at the begining of a term.
Please see our dedicated Facebook page for performance dates and venues, fees and lots of other information or contact our secretary Robert Lawley on
01564 822909 or visit our website :
Hollywood Medical Centre
TEL: 01564 822642
Hollyoaks Medical Centre
229 Station Rd
TEL: 01564 823182
59 May Lane
TEL: 01564 824122
221 Station Rd
243 Station Rd
TEL: 01564 822224
Wythall Library is now based in the Woodrush Hub on Shawhurst Lane.
The old library building on May Lane is now closed.
Opening times as per link below:
Refuse and Recycling
Please follow link below: