Monthly Archives: October 2016

Delivering In Edgbaston

The three Edgbaston Councillors plus four helpers were out delivering our Autumn In Touch in Edgbaston this morning. Thanks to everyone who came to help.

Botanical Gardens Meeting

There was a packed house – over 200 people – at Calthorpe Residents’ Society’s meeting tonight, regarding potential development at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Matt and I both spoke, and a small working group is being set up by the … Continue reading

Cleaning Up Our City

The Edgbaston Conservative Campaign team joined Adam from Harborne for a joint Edgbaston/Harborne ward litter pick along part of the Harborne Walkway this morning (the boundary between the two wards). Conservatives Cleaning Up Our City.      

Half Marathon In Edgbaston

The Great Birmingham Run (half marathon) is currently in full swing, with the route going through a number of roads in Edgbaston. Here are some pictures from Highfield Rd, about a mile from the finish. The lead car The leading … Continue reading

Campaigning In Edgbaston

The Edgbaston Conservative Campaign Team were out in the sunshine delivering our new Autumn In Touch in the ward today.

Road Closures In Edgbaston

Don’t forget the Great Birmingham Run is taking place on Sunday October 16th 2016. The route travels through Edgbaston so a number of areas of Edgbaston will be subject to road closures. Those affected should have received a leaflet through … Continue reading

World Ballet Day

Busy day for me today with the Birmingham Royal Ballet Board Meeting followed by watching the performance of their fantastic and stunning new ballet “The Tempest”at Birmingham Hippodrome, and all – very appropriately – on World Ballet Day! Amazing show … Continue reading