Monthly Archives: March 2014

Birmingham Litter Charter is launched

This will be music to the ears of some people I know as they have been fighting so hard to tackle this disgusting problem. However, as we all know there is very little money involved dealing with this problem and … Continue reading

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Cash on the dash?

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Meetings this week in the Sheldon Ward

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Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Nature Centre to become Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park Family favourite Birmingham Nature Centre will be relaunched as Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park on Saturday 12 April to highlight the fantastic work they do to support endangered species. To celebrate, visitors can … Continue reading

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“Gateway to Birmingham”

                                 The following letter was sent to me by a very active and concerned resident regarding the “Gateway to Birmingham”. I was requested by Mike Smith … Continue reading

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Birmingham shining a light on autism

       (The new Birmingham Library. Click on photos for a bigger image)  The Library of Birmingham will turn blue next week, joining the likes of Empire State Building, the Sydney Opera House and Niagara Falls, in a major global … Continue reading

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Citizens Engagemant

The following article on Citizens Engagement was sent to me by Nick Booth from Podnosh, he has been involved with this subject by giving evidence to Birmingham City Councils  Scrutiny committee under the chairmanship of Councillor Lisa Trickett. Why public meetings … Continue reading

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