Monthly Archives: June 2014

Labour Wield Their Axe on Benmore Play Area

Back in March, Birmingham’s Labour Councillors voted to axe 60 play areas across Birmingham – which shows how little they care about Birmingham’s children. The Conservative alternative budget  (put together under exactly the same financial constraints as the Labour budget) … Continue reading

Edgbaston Ward Committee

Last week saw the first Edgbaston Ward meeting of the new municipal year. Your Edgbaston Councillors like to rotate the meetings around the ward, and rotate the Chairman. So this year I took over as Edgbaston Ward Chairman, and the … Continue reading

A Taste Of Rio In Harborne!

Today was Harborne Carnival day, and with hot sun, and a World Cup theme, it was like a taste of Rio in Harborne. (If only England were still in the World Cup, everything would have been perfect!)

Harborne Campaigning & The World Cup

I was the photographer for the Harborne Campaign Team today who were out and about in the ward, including running a street stall at the Farmers’ Market in the High Street. Meanwhile, like most other people in the country, I … Continue reading

Wheelie Bin Roll Out Begins

With elections now safely out of the way, and exactly a year after a pilot scheme in Harborne and Brandwood was launched, today the wheelie bin roll out for the rest of the city began. Montague Street is the first … Continue reading