Monthly Archives: October 2014

Remember, remember, the fifth of November at Pype Hayes Park

                   This year’s free fireworks spectacular at Pype Hayes Park will have a First World War theme. The event, which takes place on Wednesday, 5 November, will include a 20-minute fireworks display … Continue reading

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Protecting your property

HAVE YOU . . . . . . . . . . .?     Locked Your Car ?    Locked Your Door ?   Locked Your Windows ? Regards PCSO 30804 Steve McGrath Sheldon Neighbourhood DNO TEL –  101 … Continue reading

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Fly-tipping stats for councils are published – Birmingham better than national average

          Fly-tipping figures for 2013/14 have today been published by the Environment Agency. They show there has been a year-on-year increase in cases here in Birmingham of 15.26 per cent – but the national average increase is greater … Continue reading

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Yardley District Convention

(click on the poster to read all the detailed information) B26 keeping Sheldon updated on meetings of importance 

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BVSC

http://www.bvsc.org Yardley District Convention – 6th November 14:00 – 18:00The Yardley District Convention is being organised by Birmingham City Council and the Yardley District Office at South Yardley Library, Yardley Road on 6th November between 2pm and 6pm. Come along … Continue reading

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Halloween Day put on by Young Friends Of Sheldon Country Park

       Come along if you dare, family fun and frights at Sheldon Country Park this Saturday. (click on the poster for all the details of Y.F.O.S.C.P. Halloween Day) B26 supporting the great work done by Y.F.O.S.C.P.

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Public wifi plan for council buildings

  The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has today announced plans for a project that will see 1,000 public buildings across the UK given support to offer wifi to visitors and users. Here in Birmingham, the plans drawn up … Continue reading

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