Monthly Archives: June 2007

Fun At Woodview!

Today fellow Edgbaston Councillor James Hutchings and I visited the Open Day at the Woodview Community Centre. There was a bouncy castle and barbecue outside (to be enjoyed between the showers!) plus lots of activities inside – music, a coffee … Continue reading

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Re-Arranging The Deckchairs

No, I’m not on holiday. This week I took advantage of a rare moment of sun to try out a deckchair on Birmingham’s new city centre beach in Chamberlain Square. The majority of the deckchairs were lined up so people … Continue reading

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Tri-Golf – Take Two!

A couple of weeks ago, I went to the Tri-Golf Tournament held at Bartley Green School, where Cllr Vivienne Barton and I tried our hand at the game (pictured). Four local schools took part in that competition. and although the … Continue reading

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Veterans Day 2007

Celebrations are underway for Veterans Day 2007 with a whole range of events from June 27th to July 1st to honour those who have served in our armed forces. For the first time ever, the event is being staged outside … Continue reading

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A Tour Of Three Pools

As the rain teemed down yesterday, I spent quite a lot of time looking at water indoors when I was taken on a tour of three different swimming pools in the constituency. At Harborne I donned a hard hat and … Continue reading

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Opening New Resources Centre

Yesterday I opened the new Edgbaston Resource and Information Centre (ERIC) at Harborne Library. The opening ceremony took place while the carnival was in full swing on the High Street outside (hence the costume!) The new Resource Centre will be … Continue reading

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Harborne Carnival!

Today is one of the biggest days in the year for Edgbaston constituency – the huge Harborne Carnival. This year the theme was Pirates Of The Caribbean and there were more people dressed up than ever before. Usually the weather … Continue reading

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