Belbroughton and Fairfield Parish Council
For the villages & rural areas of Belbroughton and Fairfield in the Bromsgrove District of the County of Worcestershire.

If you would like to contact the council please use the following details:
Mr John Farrell, â€‹Clerk to Belbroughton and Fairfield Parish Council.

e mail:        Tel:01299 270722

The Parish Council serves the villages/wards of Belbroughton and Fairfield in North East Worcestershire with 8 and 6 councillors respectively. The villages, although now largely rural, were once the centre for Scythe making in the case of Belbroughton and nail making in the case of Fairfield. See History & links for the Belbroughton Conservation Area    Conservation Area Appraisal Plan.pdf 

and  The Bromsgrove District Plan 2011-2030.pdf

Proposed road closure: Advance Warning:

See       High Street, Belbroughton.pdf

These drainage works have been requested by the developer of the new houses on the  Hartle Lane (former jewellery factory) site. 

The link will be across the village green into High Street.  Road closed up to 9 days.  The work on The Green itself will take approximately 6 weeks.

Elections May 2019
The following have been elected See:

Belbroughton (Belbroughton)(1).pdf

Belbroughton (Fairfield).pdf

There are four vacancies to join the council as a Fairfield Ward member & one vacancy in the Belbroughton Ward. If you are interested in potentially representing your community, have a look at the website and speak with present councillors or the clerk to find out what the Council does and how it operates.  See:


Cllr. App. Form.pdf

The Parish Council  Annual report 2018.19.pdf

Fairfield Ward Residents -

To get your FREE Smartwater Pack  please 

Smartwater Rollout Sept 2018.pdf


5th August -The next full Council meeting will be held in The Jubilee Room Belbroughton Recration Centre starting at 7:30 pm.  Agendas are available a few days prior & residents are very welcome to attend.  see  Agendas 

This site exists to help inform the parishioners of the activities

of the Parish Council and organisations within the local communities.