Monthly Archives: July 2013

Tuesday 23rd. July

Opening of the Citisave Kiosk in Woodcock Street.Credit Unions are supposedly a German Creation because Mr. Schultze-Delitsch of Prussia created the first one in 1857. It was so successful that a National Credit Union Law was produced by the Kaiser’s … Continue reading

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Sat 20th. July

Went first to see our brave policemen and women on the frontline of the UAFascist counter demonstration. Before any trouble took place the UAF checked the response by throwing bottles at the officers in blue. The bottles were however plastic. … Continue reading

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More on the 19th.

Meeting of the Constituency committee in the Council House. I was able to thank the enforcement officers for their (unusually obscure responsibility) granting of a licence to one of our dogs in Weoley, allowing it therefore to act on the … Continue reading

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19th. July

Sunken Hole outside the Avenue Social Club.This is a success story that took far to long. Water was escaping from a pipe in the entrance to the Club. But each time Severn Trent were asked to investigate the huge amount … Continue reading

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18th. July

Rush off then to the Canal clean up (Dudley No. 2, or the Lapal Canal). Van was filled to the brim, and various adventures happened. Including a clip from “Whose been framed” when Peter pulled a very heavy lump of … Continue reading

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More onthe 17th!

Meeting of the Lunar Society. The AGM was held in the Council House with the Lord Mayor present. The Chairman was Mr. Peter Mayer, a well known constituent of Weoley. Discussions were held later on the Unemployment issues in the … Continue reading

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17th. July 2013

A Great Day for Birmingham institute of Art and Design. Opening of the neo-bauhaus style Building next to the Millenium centre on Eastside. A beautiful building of which Birmingham will be increasingly proud – especially the high standard of Alumni … Continue reading

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