Monthly Archives: March 2014

Chinese Trade surplus for Birmingham

China £1.74 Billion is the surplus of Trade that Birmingham and the West Midlands has with China. It is a tribute to all those who kept the faith in our manufacturing capacity and standards, and a striking insult to those … Continue reading

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Financial Viability in Planning

A day spent learning the intricacies of Planning Finance. Fascinating, but now my brain hurts. It will be a pleasure to go out and deliver again all those leaflets that tell people that I have been to a Financial Viability … Continue reading

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St George

A silver spoon for the production run. I rather like it. It uses the attractive model that characterises the Sovereign coin in a useful context. I am going to see whether we can use the copper American penny in the … Continue reading

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Roundabout ordered for Gibbins Road

It will be completed in March. Here is the roundabout we have campaigned for over the last 6 years. We also want one for the junction of Shenley Fileds Road and Middle Park Road to reduce the number of accidents … Continue reading

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North Worcestershire Golf Club

Here we are again. This issue refuses to die. As we predicted. However we have been accused by the Labour MP of “scaremongering” over the planned housing project which we have put our objections honestly before the public since the … Continue reading

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Ozzy Osborne’s chest

No relation, but here is a model made for him which will be for sale in macabre circumstances – that’s the shop selling Gothic items.

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Scalextric Models

New models for the Scalextric track. These are the pewter castings being made on site at 1 Spring Hill Passage. They are very exciting, and what with the divers will make a great addition to the range.

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