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A council plan to encourage residents to eat more tinned food is being…Continue
Two dozen shops in Kings Heath town centre are taking part in an Easter egg hunt to keep the kids occupied while their parents are shopping during the school holidays.
The competition runs from today (Good Friday) until the end of the school holidays on 15 April and is organised by the Kings Heath Business Improvement District.
Colourful eggs for the event have been decorated by local school children and are hidden in 23 local shops in and around Kings Heath…Continue
Added by Editor on March 29, 2013 at 17:30 — No Comments
I'm sure a lot of people have already found their way to Age UK's excellent local base on the corner of the High St and Addison Rd. The staff there are lovely, and they can help older people in so many ways e.g. accessing charitable resources for people who worked in a particular trade/profession before retirement. Last week I became one of two Age UK Internet Champions, tasked with encouraging older people to embrace IT and the internet, for the myriad benefits it can bring: social…Continue
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Independent businesses in York Road Kings Heath were today busy cleaning up after a devastating…Continue
The site where the Beatles once played in Kings Heath today lies in ruins.
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Regular passengers on the 50 bus and people who use Kings Heath High Street are being asked to…Continue
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Local councillors are seeking views on the main issues around Kings Heath town centre - which…Continue
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Post-mortems have revealed that two elderly women found dead at their Kings Heath home last…Continue
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If anyone out there isn't attending the Bedroom Tax demo, please come along this Saturday between 9am and 5pm and help us make a raised veg bed and a compost heap, stake our Jubilee Hedge saplings, paint bird and bat boxes. The Big Dig is a national urban food growing initiative of the Cabinet Office. Lots of groups in Birmingham are involved this week. It's a great way to help in your local community and maybe learn some new gardening skills too. Spring to Life CIC are coming (they have 2…Continue
Added by Jan Tchamani on March 11, 2013 at 23:25 — No Comments
Post Office bosses have defended plans to merge Kings Heath post office with a local supermarket…Continue