Delivering For Andy Street


Edgbaston Ward Conservatives out this morning, delivering for Andy Street!

Even Though It’s Snowing…


Even though it’s been snowing, we’re still going! Three of the seven people out campaigning for Andy Street in Edgbaston Ward this morning.

Conservative Group’s Annual Dinner Welcomes Andy Street


Andy Street speaking in Edgbaston tonight at the Birmingham Conservative Group’s Annual Dinner, held at the Warwickshire County Cricket Ground.

Fantastic turn out of 150 people. Great company, great food, and fantastic speeches from Andy Street and the Government Chief Whip The Rt Hon Gavin Williamson MP.

Harborne Lane Update

001.JPGAt the weekend I met up with Mayoral candidate Andy Street at the site of the sink hole in Harborne Lane.

A lot of damage was created when the main water main burst in November, and there is some frustration now amongst local people that the road has still not been repaired.

At Full Council today I received an update on the situation (in the form of an answer to my written question). After weeks of investigation work, I was told Severn Trent have confirmed that work to actually repair the pipe has now begun. They currently estimate this will be completed by mid-February.

Once the pipe is repaired, work will begin to reinstate the road surface and structure, and re-open Harborne Lane. I am told this is not expected to be before the end of February (and another Councillor informs me that he has been told early March).

Meanwhile traffic is being diverted through the QE Hospital site in Edgbaston causing a lot of extra congestion there.


Campaigning in Edgbaston


Huge amount of delivery done in Edgbaston this morning – delivering news from the local Edgbaston Conservative Councillors and Andy Street, our great candidate to be West Midlands Mayor!

Celebrating Chinese New Year At Gracewell Of Edgbaston

Cllr Robinson and I were delighted to be invited along to Gracewell of Edgbaston’s beautiful home on Speedwell Road today.

We joined residents in the lounge to watch a spectacular traditional Lion Dance and then were shown round the home, including the new floor which was officially opened today.

A lovely morning and we were very impressed by everything we saw. Happy New Year – the Year of the Rooster!

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Civic Reception For The Bears

Great to be at Birmingham Council’s Banqueting Suite this evening for the Lord Mayor’s Civic Reception t0 congratulate Warwickshire County Cricket Club (based of course at Edgbaston) on winning the Royal London One Day Cup 2016.

Come on You Bears!