Monthly Archives: April 2012

Even Though It’s Raining….

….we’re still out campaigning! Visit for a picture of the Edgbaston Ward Campaign team canvassing in the rain last night.

No To An Elected Mayor

There is an excellent article by Edgbaston Conservative Councillor James Hutchings in today’s Birmingham Post, explaining why he is against having an elected mayor in Birmingham. I recommend it to all. Meanwhile, here are some reasons why I am also … Continue reading

Celebrating Vaisakhi In Birmingham

Londoners may have had the Marathon to watch today, but for Brummies it’s been a busy weekend of events too. No need to go to the capital for entertainment! Yesterday was the city’s St George’s Day celebrations – always a great … Continue reading

Presentation To Police

Yesterday Paul Squires from the company building the new student flats on the corner of Waterworks Road and Harold Road, presented a cheque for £600 to our local Edgbaston police for the purchases of high visibility jackets and other equipment. Before the … Continue reading

Visit Of Baroness Warsi

Yesterday Baroness Warsi visited Birmingham. After a lunch with Conservative members, she met with Local Election candidates for a photo call in the city centre. Baroness Warsi then visited the marginal Kingstanding Ward in support of our local Conservative candidate there, hard working Gary … Continue reading

Visiting Woodview Community Centre’s Open Day

Great Open Day at the Woodview Community Centre yesterday, which the Edgbaston Councillors visited after our morning campaigning. The Scouts were there with an opportunity to try archery and a game to test your reflexes, there were Easter craft events, … Continue reading