Monthly Archives: August 2007

Pointing The Way In Bartley Green!

Earlier this summer, residents in Davena Drive, Bartley Green contacted me to say their recycling kept being left. When I visited the road, I could see there was a logical reason why this kept happening. Davena Drive is off Barnes … Continue reading

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Campaigning For An Autumn Election!

Regardless of whether or not Gordon Brown calls a General Election in the next few weeks, there IS one autumn election in Birmingham – the Council by-election in Brandwood Ward on September 20th, caused by the sad death of Conservative … Continue reading

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World's Largest Snail – In Bartley Green!

This morning I was invited to a Fun Day at Bartley Green Library and I joined the children as they got to meet a variety of animals, including a goat (who tried to eat everything including the mat he was … Continue reading

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Public Meeting In Edgbaston

This evening I attended a public meeting in Edgbaston concerning the siting of mobile diagnostic units (run by Mercury Health). The intention is to site the units in the car park at the Clarendon Suites. When the planning application for … Continue reading

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201 Not Out!

Today has been a bank holiday but yours truly has spent a lot of the day on the computer. I tried to keep up with my Hotmail account emails from internet cafes while on holiday, but even so spent most … Continue reading

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Helping To Keep Gibraltar British!

I drive round Edgbaston with a “Keep Gibraltar British” sticker on the back of my car, so you won’t be surprised to hear that last week I made a return visit to the Rock during my holiday. I have a … Continue reading

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Meeting An MEP In Europe

Edgbaston has three Conservative MEPs – Phil Bradbourne, Philip Bushell-Matthews and Malcolm Harbour. Today I met up with one of them – Phil Bradbourne.That wouldn’t be so unusual except that John and I happen to be on holiday at the … Continue reading

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