Author Archives: Deirdre Alden

Launch Of Blue Plaque Walks

I was delighted to help launch Edgbaston’s Blue Plaque Walks initiative last night at a reception at Edgbaston Golf Club. Four leaflets have been produced to provide local walks linking various blue plaques which are on buildings in our area. … Continue reading

Leadership Candidates Come To Brum!

Great to be at the first Conservative Leadership hustings today at the ICC. What better place to host the first of sixteen regional hustings than Birmingham! Strong performances from both candidates.

Cycle Route Still Unfinished

Work on the cycle way on the Bristol Rd continues. It was supposed to be finished by the beginning of March. The latest I have been told is that it will be finished by the end of May. But still … Continue reading

Campaigning In Halesowen

Birmingham’s Conservative Shadow Cabinet out this morning giving mutual aid to our friends in Halesowen who have local elections on Thursday. (There are no local elections in Birmingham in 2019.)

Great British Spring Clean!

Congratulations to Edgbaston residents who turned out in force this morning to support the Great British Spring Clean! Organised impeccably by Calthorpe Residents’ Society (very many thanks to them), and with equipment provided by Birmingham City Council, three teams of … Continue reading

Forward City Consultation At The MAC

The Council has devised an interactive display called “Forward City” for residents to see where the Council’s money comes from, the areas it is spent and how spending decisions are made. The first stop at the display’s tour around the … Continue reading

Campaigning In Dudley

Birmingham’s Conservative Shadow Cabinet out campaigning with our friends in Dudley today for their local elections in May. (This year there are no local elections in Birmingham). Good support on the doorstep for our hard working Tory candidates.