Monthly Archives: August 2018

When Will The Council’s Bin Deal Be Implemented?

This evening I was on BBC One Midlands Today and the Paul Franks show on Radio WM – asking why the Council’s bin deal isn’t being implemented on Sept 1st as promised by the Labour Leader of the Council at … Continue reading

Bus Gate Works

Further to the consultation carried out earlier this summer, I have been notified by the Midland Metro Alliance today that the work to install the bus gate at the junction of George Rd and Islington Row Middleway will begin on … Continue reading

Cycle Parking Consultation

A consultation is currently taking place about proposed cycle parking around the new A38 cycle route. Two sites in Edgbaston ward are proposed, both on the Woodview estate. One is on Spring Rd at the junction with Stone Rd, and … Continue reading

Cycle Works On A38

Message from Bham Cycle Revolution – if you have any queries relating to the new A38 cycle route, pop along to a drop in session – held every Wednesday morning 10.00am – 11.00am at the contractor’s compound on Spring Road … Continue reading

Conservatives At The Croquet Club

This afternoon Edgbaston Ward Conservatives held a very successful fund raising event at the Edgbaston Croquet Club in Richmond Hill Rd. Lots of good games and a delicious tea! Many thanks to everyone who helped organise it.

Thank You Leaflet

Following on from last night’s fund raising dinner, the Edgbaston Conservative campaign team were out again in the ward this morning, continuing with our delivery of our latest In Touch newsletter and Andy Street’s mayoral update.

Ruth Davidson In Birmingham

Another big fund raising dinner in Birmingham tonight – this time with Ruth Davidson MSP as the speaker in support of West Midlands Conservative Mayor Andy Street. Great evening with good food, good company, entertaining speeches and money raised for … Continue reading