Monthly Archives: April 2016

Help From An Old Friend!

Great to see former Councillor and agent Mark Hill joining one of our two Edgbaston canvassing teams this evening – all the way from St Albans! Many thanks to Mark and everyone else out on the doorstep for the Conservatives … Continue reading

What A Waste Of Money!

Approximately two weeks ago, the Council spent time, trouble and money painting cross hatching, a large yellow bus stop marking, and numerous white cycle signs on the pot-holed carriageway the length of Arthur Road, Edgbaston (as part of a new … Continue reading

Labour Target Benmore Play Area Again

Birmingham’s shambolic Labour Council has let the cat out of the bag regarding their plans to axe local play areas. How? By writing to Councillors telling them about the removal of the play areas in their wards – during the … Continue reading

Boundary Commission Announce New Consultation

The Boundary Commission have today announced ┬áthat they are making some significant changes to the ward boundaries previously consulted on. The new changes will be published on May 10th, to be followed by a new six week consultation which will … Continue reading

Campaigning In Edgbaston

Great campaigning session in Edgbaston tonight with Les Jones – the Conservative candidate for West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner.

Celebrating For The Queen

It was great to be invited along to Holmpark on the Hagley Road this afternoon for an event which is part of Anchor Homes’ celebration of the Queen’s 90th birthday. An Anchor resident is cycling the length and breadth of … Continue reading