Last night the three Edgbaston Ward Councillors joined residents, the Police, Fire Service and various other agencies at a barbecue on the Roman Way Estate to mark the launch of the Roman Way Neighbourhood Charter.
The event was also the first time the Residents’ Group’s new marquee was used. Purchased with a grant, this will enable the group to hold bigger functions than previously and to loan the marquee to other local groups. The marquee was positioned beside Thirlmere House and was a great success.
Amongst the other agencies represented was Willmott Dixon Partnerships – the Council’s new repairs contractor. And the police were on hand to organise the barbecue. Altogether a fun evening to mark the launch of the Roman Way Estate Neighbourhood Charter.