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Traffic Update – May 2020

Fairfield Village Community Association would like to make available to residents recent communication between the Association and our County Councillor regarding local traffic issues.

At the beginning of May 2020, Cllr. Webb circulated her Fairfield Report:

The Community Association, having considered the message received from residents at the Association’s AGM on 7th March, responded to the report raising ongoing issues, challenging some of the report’s content and seeking answers:

On the 22nd May 2020, The Community Association received a response from Cllr. Webb, which will be considered by the FVCA Committee.

As always, the Association seeks the views of residents to help formulate any further responses and actions. Please email or message via Facebook.

Floral Art Competition

New competition open to residents, non-residents and community groups; Saturday 20th July

Your challenge is to create a work of art using flowers, the theme is Super Heroes.


  1. Children:              Under 9 yrs
  2. Children:              9yrs – 13 yrs
  3. Children:              13 yrs – 16 yrs
  4. Adults
  5. Community Groups


  1. Entry fee per work art of art, £1.00 for Adults & Community Groups classes and Free for Children’s classes.
  2. The maximum size of the work of art is 1 sq. metres.  The maximum height should not exceed 1 metre.
  3. Entries must be placed on display at St. Mark’s church by 11.00am on Saturday 20th July, the church will be open from 9.30am.
  4. All exhibits must be the unaided work of the competitor.
  5. An exhibit is composed of natural plant material with or without accessories.
  6. Natural plant material to predominate in all classes.
  7. The use of aerosols, paint and other sprays, glue guns and other electrical equipment in the Church is prohibited,
  8. Exhibits cannot be removed before the close of the show.
  9. Exhibits and competitors’ property will be at the entire risk of the competitor.
  10. The decision of the Judge is final.
  11. Gold & Silver Star Certificates will be award to deserving works of art for each category
  12. If it is deemed necessary by the Judge, these rules can change without notice;
  13. Even though this is a competition, it is a bit of fun.

Public viewing of entries will be from 1pm, winners will be announced at 3pm. A

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Fairfield Village Community Association relies on fundraising to support the organisation’s operation, including the quarterly newsletter, Floral Fairfield, Neighbourhood Watch, Village Planters and more.

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Floral Fairfield

July is Floral Fairfield, the annual competition that encourages households & businesses in Fairfield & Stoneybridge to create ribbons of colour throughout the community.

Certificates are awarded to the best floral displays and gardens that can be seen and enjoyed by people passing by.

The categories are: Front garden & Tub(s)/Basket


1) Competition is open to residents that live in Fairfield & Stoneybridge;

2) Judging will take place along the following roads

  • Bournheath Road
  • Brook Road
  • Dordale Road (Between Parish Hill and Brook Road)
  • Fairfield Court
  • Mount Road (properties in the Parish of Belbroughton & Fairfield)
  • Orchard Villas
  • Parish Hill (properties in the Parish of Belbroughton & Fairfield)
  • Pepperwood Close
  • School Drive
  • Stoneybridge Island
  • Stourbridge Road
  • Swan Lane
  • Wood Lane
  • Yew Tree Lane

3) To enter the competition, make sure your floral displays can be seen and enjoyed by the 1st July;

4) Judging will take place during July;

5) Displays must be sited on resident’s property and not on public paths and highway;

6) Floral displays must be seen and can be enjoyed by people passing by;

7) Gold & Silver Star Certificates will be award to deserving properties for each category;

8) Judges’ decision is final;

9) The rules can change without notice;

10) Even though this is a competition, it is a bit of fun.