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28th Jun, 2022

Have your say about the future of the Bilberry Centre at Lickey Hills Country Park at public meeting and consultation

A RALLYING call has been issued for people to have their say on the Bilberry Centre at the Lickey Hills Country Park.

The centre has been closed for some time and has sustained a great deal of damage due to vandalism and anti-social behaviour.

The buildings on Rose Hill had were used to provide residential activities for children and young people.

Cofton Hackett Parish Council has organised a meeting to discuss what should be done with the building going forward. That will take place at 7pm on Wednesday, March 16, at Cofton Village Hall on Groveley Lane.

It is hoped as many people as possible will attend and put forward their views on the building and ideas for its future use.

Bromsgrove District Councillor for Cofton, Coun Richard Deeming has said, “The site is in a great location and it’s a shame it is currently going to waste.”

Birmingham City Council has launched a consultation regarding the future of the centre.

People can click here to have their say before the consultation deadline on April 13.




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