Monthly Archives: February 2018

Budget Day At Birmingham Council

Yesterday was budget day at Birmingham Council. Next time Labour go on about cuts, bear in mind they got £88 million extra in funding this year than they were expecting when they set their four year budget in 2016 – … Continue reading

Campaigning In The Sunshine

Lovely to have a sunny Saturday for once! Great campaigning weather and lots done.

Great British Spring Clean Up In Edgbaston

The Council and residents working together in Edgbaston – part of the Great British Spring Clean Up! Last year’s event was good (see below). The weather was great and we got a lot done. I’m sure this year’s will be … Continue reading

Today’s Missed Collections

  A number of roads in Edgbaston did not have their rubbish collected today (including my own). I have been told the missed roads will be picked up tomorrow. If you live in Edgbaston Ward and your collection was missed … Continue reading

Labour Have It Wrong On Policing

The West Midlands Police are run by a LABOUR Police and Crime Commissioner. It is a Labour Police and Crime Commissioner who has spent £33 million doing up the police  headquarters at Lloyd House but stopped public access at loads … Continue reading

Canvassing in Edgbaston Today

Canvassing in Edgbaston Ward this morning. Good reception on the doorsteps and lots of interesting conversations.

Blue Plaque Unveiling

I was delighted to be invited to the unveiling of a blue plaque to Sir Gilbert Barling today. Sir Gilbert was the first Chairman of the Civic Society which celebrates its centenary this year. As part of the celebrations, during … Continue reading

Winter Weather

Another light cover of snow today. Good to see people had used the grit on steep roads when we were out and about in the ward this morning.

Canvassing In Edgbaston

The Conservative team were out talking to people in Edgbaston Ward this morning. Good conversations, lots of people saying Labour have not made a good job of running the city and it’s time for a change.

A Cleaner Greener City With The Conservatives

This is how the Aston Expressway could look if Conservatives take control of the city in May. Today we have announced a plan to introduce green living walls in Birmingham if we take control of the city at the forthcoming … Continue reading