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Come and join in with Jubilee week-end celebrations on Kings Heath Village Square!
Sunday June 3rd - The Big Lunch
12.00p.m. – 3.00p.m.
Join us for a summer gathering of families and neighbours. Come as an individual, as a small group or a whole…
Added by Editor on May 30, 2012 at 9:40 — No Comments
Kings Heath town centre will lose out when the first share of £1.2m Government funding to improve local shopping centres is dished…Continue
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Work is to finally start on a proper repair to the roof of Kings Heath Library.
All the skylights are being replaced and the flat roof recovered. It means that the library will once again have natural light and staff are hoping it means to the end to the annoying…Continue
Added by Editor on May 24, 2012 at 14:24 — No Comments
mac birmingham presents its first foodie event jam-packed full of treats. Featuring an array of nibbles from the most exciting local artisanbakers, spice-shakers and cake-makers.
Soul Food Project will be wearing the chef’s hat at mac birmingham’s café for the day and wowing your taste buds by serving up Cajun classics. Too spicy for you? Don’t worry, Soul Food Project’s resident DJs will serve up some cool tunes for the occasion.
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In this week's planning applications we have
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SUMMER PLANTING IN KINGS HEATH!
We will soon begin the Summer Planting of the planters on and around Kings Heath High Street.
There will be opportunities to help brighten up the High Street and side streets with a new selection of plants at three Sunday morning planting sessions led by local horticulturalist Ken Whittaker. This will also be part of the 2012 Kings Heath Floral Trail entry into In Bloom. The sessions are:
1. Sunday the 27th May at The Parade (opposite…Continue
Added by Editor on May 17, 2012 at 18:33 — No Comments
None of the Kings Heath wards voted in favour of the city being run by an elected Mayor.
Birmingham City Council today released detailed results of how people voted.
City-wide the result was 57.8% for a Leader chosen by councillors - rather than an elected Mayor chosen by voters (42.2%).
The result locally was as follows
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Council run or supported events in the southern half of Kings Heath (Bournville, Brandwood and Billesley wards)
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