Robinson’s Opticians What we know about Robinson’s Opticians Robinson’s Opticians have been serving the community of Rubery and beyond since taking over the practice from the much-loved Troth family. Owners, Ian and Emma Robinson, are very active in the local community; chairing the local business association, helping people at the drop of a hat and […]
Clent Hills Vets What we know about Clent Hills Vets Clent Hills Vets is a rapidly growing company with multiple clinics and even a pet fitness and rehabilitation centre that includes hydrotherapy for your much loved pets. The practice manager for their Bromsgrove surgery won the Veterinary Manager of the year award 2018 in the […]
The home of home cooking. South Birmingham Radio’s verdict Having tasted the fine home cooking of the family-run Jolli Indian, we can honestly say that the difference between your standard Indian takeaway and home cooked Indian meals is vast. The ingredients taste fresh and the staff make it feel as though they want you to […]
New Indian take-away in Rubery are supporting local charity Tracey’s Dream on their launch day. Jolli Indian are launching their new indian take-away restaurant in style, on 3rd February in Rubery, offering free food goody bags, raffle prizes and Indian Chai. Jolli Indian is based at 87 New Road, Rubery and has been gaining great […]
Woman announced dead at scene of fatal RTA on the A38 near Lydiate Ash.
Amy’s Floral Design is based in the heart of Rubery Village. Very well known locally for amazing customer service, community spirit and, above all, their flowers! Amy’s Floral Design has been successfully trading for over three years achieving SBR Local Business Of The Month October on their birthday. Amy’s Floral Design was awarded the prestigious award for […]
AROUND 50 people attended a protest today at 11am (10th November) after a rallying call from Rubery Cllr Peter McDonald to save the library. Concerns were raised after Worcestershire County Council announced that a 90-day consultation had been launched to consider the future of the county library service with Rubery and Catshill libraries facing the […]
Do you remember the Rubery flyover flashfloss? Well it’s back, this time with The Funky Flyover Fandango. The event is free to attend and will start at 6pm today (5th November). Hosted by St. Chad’s Church Rubery and being presented by YMCA Youth Club, this is a one-time event aiming to show the public what […]