Monthly Archives: November 2010

Safer Travel

The Safer Travel Partnership is running a “See Something, Say Something” campaign to try and make travel safer in our region. If you see any nuisance or anti-social behaviour during your bus or metro journey, say something by texting “Bus” … Continue reading

High Street Christmas Lights Switch On

Following on from Edgbaston’s Christmas lights switch on a couple of weeks ago, last night the Christmas lights were switched on in Harborne High Street (where many Edgbaston residents go to shop).┬á There was a big crowd at the junction … Continue reading

Waterworks Estate Garden Work – Week 2

Below are some pictures from Week 2 of the work being done by Groundwork to build a community fruit and vegetable garden on the Waterworks Estate in Edgbaston. Work has started now on the second piece of land included in … Continue reading

New Lighting And New Stand

Continuing on from yesterday’s post, new street lighting is also being installed in Rotton Park Road, in North Edgbaston. Amey workmen were hard at work this morning around the junction of Rotton Park Road and Portland Rd when I passed … Continue reading

Investing In Edgbaston

Driving around Edgbaston the past couple of days, it’s really noticeable how much investment is going into the area from the Conservative Council. We’ve had a number of roads resurfaced since June (and the one local one which was promised … Continue reading

Special Rubbish Collections

Three areas of Edgbaston will be getting special bulky┬árubbish collections in December – when residents can put out as many large bulky items as they want and the Conservative-led Council will take them away for free. It was a lovely … Continue reading

Drug And Alcohol Action Team Awards

This evening I attended the Birmingham Drug and Alcohol Action Team Awards Night 2010 which was held at the Blues ground. There were a number of awards in categories such as Partnership Working, Road to Recovery and Lifetime Achievment. Many … Continue reading