Monthly Archives: October 2006

Busy Hallowe'en!

It’s been a long hot summer but passing Queen’s Park today I could see the autumn colours have come at last. Earlier, walking round Bartley Green, the wind was blowing a gale and the leaves were flying off the trees! … Continue reading

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Change Of Use?

I attended a committee meeting of the Woodview Community Association tonight and came home via Church Rd. There’s currently a planning application in for 7 Church Rd, the property on the corner of Church Rd and Carpenter Rd in Edgbaston. … Continue reading

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NHYes!

Spent some time on Harborne High Street today, collecting more signatures for our petition to stop Gordon Brown’s NHS cuts. We started off the petition two weeks ago at Harborne’s Farmers’ Market (pictured). Labour’s interference has led now to the … Continue reading

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As well as being Edgbaston constituency’s Prospective Conservative MP, I am also an Edgbaston Ward Councillor and a long term resident of Harborne Ward (where my husband John Alden is a City Councillor). As a Harborne resident, I often visit … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Welcome to my blog! I’m the Prospective Conservative Member of Parliament for Birmingham Edgbaston – which comprises Bartley Green, Edgbaston, Harborne, and Quinton. I fought the seat last time and halved the Labour majority – bringing it down from 4,698 … Continue reading

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