Monthly Archives: January 2014

School Crossing Patrols

I was interested to see a snippet of the Erdington District Committee meeitng this week. That district is apparently considering cutting some of its school crossing patrols (lollipop men and women) and the Chairman Cllr Holbrook stated “every district across … Continue reading

Vote Gary!

Good reception on the doorsteps of Kingstanding yesterday for local Conservative candidate Gary Sambrook, so wasn’t surprised to hear in the evening that a couple of Kingstanding residents have turned their thoughts into a song! Love it!    You can … Continue reading

KEHS Students’ Manifesto For Birmingham

On Thursday I paid my second visit of the academic year to King Edward’s High School for Girls in Edgbaston Park Road. The girls were taking part in a competition to present their Manifesto for Birmingham. Each group presented their … Continue reading

Ward Meeting At Botanical Gardens

This week was a first for Edgbaston Ward Committee – we held our bi-monthly Council Ward Meeting in the beautiful surroundings of the Botanical Gardens in Edgbaston. Many thanks to them for hosting it. The room was full of local … Continue reading

Kingstanding By-Election

A Birmingham Council by-election has been called in the ward of Kingstanding, following the resignation of former Cllr Catherine Grundy. The by-election will take place on February 13th and the Conservative candidate will be Kingstanding resident and well-known local campaigner, … Continue reading