Monthly Archives: November 2014

Civic Reception For The Birmingham Bears

Today Cllr James Hutchings and I joined other Birmingham Councillors at a Civic reception hosted by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham  for the Birmingham Bears cricket squad, in honour of the team winning this year’s T20 Blast Championship. The fact … Continue reading

Christmas Cake Competition

This morning I was one of the judges at the Regional final of Anchor Housing’s Christmas cake competition.  The event was held at Edgwood Court in Edgbaston. Cakes were entered in three categories – those made by individual residents, by … Continue reading

Saturday Leaflet Session

The Edgbaston Conservative Campaign Team were out campaigning in the ward this morning – even the weather held good!

Parking Problems Outside Schools

Parking problems outside schools is a problem across the whole of Edgbaston Ward and understandably infuriates residents who live around schools. It is also highly dangerous for school children, other pedestrians, and other motorists when cars are parked in unsafe … Continue reading

Remembering

Today I went to the Waterworks Estate Community Event held in the church hall at the Church of the Redeemer. The event remembered two World Wars and was supported by Tesco at Five Ways,  

Edgbaston Autumn In Touch

We were out delivering our autumn In Touch in Edgbaston Ward this morning. The delivery is almost complete, so most houses will already have had the leaflet now, and the few who haven’t will be getting it shortly. Many thanks … Continue reading