Monthly Archives: July 2012

Jul 17th. Weoley castle

Afternoon appointment at the “Raven” site. This will be a home for senior citizens on Weoley Castle road. The preparation of the ground is going on apiece, and there are plans for it to be handed over complete on Jun … Continue reading

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Jul 15 Sun. Victoria Square

This is the statue erected by the Leisure and Parks department of Usain Bolt – very good, or as they say amongst our younger members “really wickered.” There are other statues around the City, and well worth looking for!  

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Jun 14th. Sun Evening

Jazz and Blues festival in Victoria Square. There were many central restaurants advertising their wares, which were excellent. There were shows explaining how to make a good Gin and Tonic (I did not take notes) and some superb musician s … Continue reading

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sat 14th. July Weoley Castle

A brilliant production of the “The Witches’ Promise” by Stephanie Gale was held in the grounds of Weoley Castle with a moving audience of nearly 100 people. Masterminded originally by Irene De Boo, who is a trust Administrator of the … Continue reading

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Friday July 13th. Working on the Roof

What a day to be on the outside to arrange access for the Birmingham Conservation Trust Director to come and visit the contents of the Coffin Works (in Fleet Street). These will have to be ready for inspection next week, … Continue reading

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12 July Jazz Players and Dancers

These jazz dancers were superb – dancing for the Queen, and with a backing band based in Ellesboro Road Harborne. The Girls were from Yorkshire, but very friendly, and enjoyed having their Photographs taken  

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12 July ’12 Visit of Her majesty to Birmingham.

The Sun Queen in the Centre. The Royal Sun came out and a huge crowd of Brummies got the opportunity to talk to and sing in front of Her Majesty.  

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