Monthly Archives: July 2014

Stop confusing people about 5-a-day

                      Birmingham Public Health dietician Eleanor McGee fears conflicting media reports about fruit and veg consumption risk turning people off from healthy eating. Another day, another headline advising people how many … Continue reading

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No new investigation launched into ‘Trojan Horse’

                   West Midlands Police continues to assess information received as part of the report into the so-called ‘Trojan Horse’ plot. Contrary to media reports today, no crimes have been referred for police investigation … Continue reading

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Police forces unite to tackle speeders and street racing

                                  Street racers and speeders were targeted as police from across the Midlands joined forces to clampdown on anti-social drivers. Almost 50 officers from West … Continue reading

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Robbery at West Bromwich Building Society

                                           Police were called to the Washwood Heath Road branch of West Bromwich Building Society at around 2.15pm on Wednesday … Continue reading

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Sheldon Countryside Festival

On an absolutely beautiful sunny July Sunday, Sheldon Country Park once again put on free show for the local community which has been been supported for many years by Birmingham City Council. There were thousands of visitors who were able to see … Continue reading

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Dramatic footage released of police officer flung from getaway van

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Sheldon Ward Police Tasking meeting.

(Sgt Hanif Ullah) There will be a Sheldon Ward Police Tasking meeting this Wednesday 30 July at 7.00pm at the Community Centre on Sheldon Heath Road. This is your opportunity to raise your concerns relating to crimes issues in your … Continue reading

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