Monthly Archives: September 2009

School Visit

It’s always interesting visiting schools in the constituency. Yesterday I was at Four Dwellings Primary School for a meeting to discuss the Building Schools For The Future plans for the Four Dwellings site. Today I visited King Edward’s High School … Continue reading

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Launch Of Cardinal Newman Heritage Project

At lunch time I popped along to the launch of the Cardinal Newman Heritage Project, a community learning and participation opportunity taking place in Ladywood and part of the North Edgbaston area. The project will focus on the cultural legacy and … Continue reading

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In The Diary Room At Birmingham Children's Hospital

Today, in my capacity as Chairman of the Health O & S Comittee, I was invited to speak at the launch of Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s “Children InTent – Shaping Our Future” consultation. The title is a play on words – … Continue reading

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Open Day At The Martineau Gardens

Metamorphosis at the Martineau Gardens is situated in Priory Rd, Edgbaston and is a project which has been supported by Edgbaston’s Ward Councillors in the past through NRF money. Today I went along to their autumn event. The gardens have … Continue reading

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Opening Of Signature Lifestyle In Harborne

Following on from the opening yesterday of new office accommodation in the constituency, today I was invited to the opening of some new living accommodation – the new Signature Lifestyle Apartments on Harborne High Street (beside Serpentine Road).  The new apartments … Continue reading

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Best Of Edgbaston!

Today I was invited to the official showing of Calthorpe Estates brand new office building, Calthorpe House, at the top of Calthorpe Rd (near Five Ways). It was about a year ago that I went along to the topping out … Continue reading

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Birmingham University Freshers' Fair

Today I visited the BUCF stall at Birmingham University’s Freshers’ Fair, along with Edgbaston Ward Councillor, James Hutchings. It was a hot sunny day and the officers of BUCF were having a very successful time with so many students signing … Continue reading

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