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Information from the City Council's Selly Oak constituency office - the area includes south Kings Heath / Brandwood
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South Birmingham police says there has been a dramatic fall in crime with 919 fewer victims last year, compared to the previous 12 months - although today's statement doesn't say what the total number of victims were.
Checking the official stats shows there were 450 crimes in Kings Heath in January alone. See links at foot of this item...
This is what West Midlands Police say...
Across the force, crime levels overall are now lower than at any time since…Continue
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Kings Heath Business Improvement District is applying for £100,000 to help local businesses go green
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Billesley Ward committee has £125,000 to allocate to community projects. This is to be approved at the meeting on Wednesday 16 March
A summary is below or read the full report
At the Billesley Ward Advisory Board on 29th February 2012, the Board members present agreed to support the named…Continue
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5th Ian McNabb: Hare & Hounds 7.30pm
9th The Monochrome Set: Hare & Hounds 7.30pm
24th The 1930’s, The Deportees,Fitz, Fallingham Fair: Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £5 adv
17th Martyn Joseph & Stewart Henderson: Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £15 adv
24th Louis Barabbas & The Bedlam Six : Hare & Hounds 7.30pm…Continue
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Some highlights from the MAC programme for March…
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The meeting is on Tuesday 20 March at Sparkbrook Community Centre.
The consituency include Moseley and Kings Heath ward and there is an agenda item on the future of local libraries
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Brandwood Ward committee is given £125,000 to spend on local projects - and received bids for more than twice that amount. This is how the money has been allocated...
The supported revenue proposals are:
• Allens Croft, Brandwood and Waterside Neighbourhood Management - £1,500
• Allens Croft Project - £15,000
• Bells Farm Children’s Centre Enjoy and Achieve - £1,000
• Brandwood Community Centre - £15,000
• Brandwood Sports Camps - £2,875
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The meeting is at the Brandwood Centre on Tuesday 20 March at 7pm.
Mostly financial stuff on the agenda and the chance for residents to raise matters of local concern.
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Lots going on to keep children active during the Easter school holidays - bouncy castles, swimming, trampolines, football. Over 8s can be left, under 8s need to have an adult stay with them.
Click on the link for the leaflet
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Ian Mitchell, from Kent-based Mytime Active, faced the hostility of local people at a…Continue
from Jonathan at 9carrots
One of the main goals of Transition is to ensure a stable supply of food that's not affected by sky-rocketing oil prices. We have a long way to go: in the UK we import 40% of our food and …Continue
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Local councillors are set to allocate £50,000 for clean up projects including the area around Kings Heath town centre.
At next week's Moseley and Kings Heath ward committee, members are expected to…
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See local politics section for details of Billesley Ward councillors.
CAR WASH, YARDLEY WOOD ROAD OPPOSITE THE BILLESLEY HUB - UPDATE
WEST MIDLANDS FIRE SERVICE
Paul Kitchen, West Midlands Fire Service has been invited to attend to introduce this item and respond to any questions relating to the operation of the service in the…
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Agenda items include
ALCESTER ROAD – ST MARYS ROW JUNCTION, MOSELEY –
PROHIBITION OF RIGHT TURN
To receive a report from the Constituency…Continue
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PROPOSALS FOR COCKS MOORS WOODS GOLF COURSE UNDER THE NEW GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT CONTRACT
Ian Mitchell, Mytime Active and Dave Wagg, Strategic Sport, Birmingham City Council, will attend to report on the new contract for management and modernisation of the City Council’s golf courses, and to explain the process for…Continue
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This is a series of eight sculpted alabaster 'heads' by sculptor Jean Parker; they depict the stages of loss and grief on suffering such - Jean was inspired to create these on being diagnosed with cancer but they can be seen to interpret loss of any kind.
She is a very inspiring lady and…
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Local police are donating the money to the 'community gardens project' which has been set up…Continue
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