Monthly Archives: April 2014

Bournville Gardens – An Extra Care Village

This new Extra Care Village will cater for those who wish to purchase a dwelling outside the main centre, and know that they will get care directed to the elderly, especially should they be affected by alzheimers or dementia. It … Continue reading

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The roundabout is complete, and successful in reducing accidents.

There could be some flowers here? This roundabout is the first of a type in the ward, and we really value it. We would like to see the design copied for the junction of Middle Park, Shenley Fields and Castle … Continue reading

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Cuts? What Cuts?

Sir Albert Bore’s New Car A beautiful new Jaguar XF which is paid for by the City of Birmingham’s ratepayers!

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Elsie Carter RIP

Elsie’s Funeral detail We all went back to Langley’s Hall Social Club to remember her. These are some of her friends. Elsie was a wonderful lady. She was the wife of a good friend of mine when I lived in … Continue reading

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Installing the new LED lamps

Interesting morning at the sharp end. This links in before the electrical wiring on a previous post. The median sized post is capable of being lifted, but the main road column needs two people, and a crane to lift it … Continue reading

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Off to Castlecroft Home

<a Castlecroft occupies the area of the old Raven Public House. “Barley” was a special guest to meet the residents where she was duly appreciated. She only let the side down once when she barked at a resident who had … Continue reading

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Youth services in Weoley and Northfield

1,265 people have graduated from the organisation already. They are targeting more of the white children from lesser income families, the forgotten many.

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