Welcome to Finstall Parish Council

Finstall is a village and civil parish in the Bromsgrove District of Worcestershire, with a population of 591 according to the Census data of 2001.
Finstall Park, the home ground of Bromsgrove RFC, can be found in the village along with Bromsgrove Cricket, Tennis and Hockey Club. There are playing fields with a football pitch and playground equipment at Penmanor.
The village hall was presented to the parish in 1904 by Miss Albright. Current hall users include 'Little Village Preschool', Cub Scouts, the WI and many other groups. It is also the meeting place for the Parish Council and a notice board with meeting details can be found outside the village hall.
Finstall also has one pub - The Cross, and several other businesses.

Contact the Parish Council

Parish Notice Board

Click on the Parish Notice Board to view Parish Notices

VACANCY FOR A FOOTPATH WARDEN

                                                   

                                                       FINSTALL  PARISH  COUNCIL

FOOTPATH  WARDEN  VACANCY

  A volunteer is needed to inspect footpaths and bridleways to check if they are passable.

This takes about 3-4 hours per quarter.  However depending on your circumstances you may wish to undertake minor clearance of vegetation, renew waymark signs and make minor repairs to stiles. The time requirement is largely dependent on the season and weather.

Full training will be provided by Worcestershire County Council.  Any tools will be provided.  Your own transport may be useful but is not essential.  Working hours are totally flexible.

If you would like further information about the post please phone a previous Footpath Warden  Dave Braisted (01527 874004). 

Applications should be sent to

 Mrs Pat Jones 4 Granville Close, Bromsgrove B602HG


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Images of Finstall

The Scorpions - Finstall Band from the 60's In the field by Heydon Road Tulips Shop 1980's
Near Pikes Pool Lane Railway bridge off Heydon Road 1980s Spring Cleaning at the Village Hall 1930's

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