Monthly Archives: July 2014

Armed Forces Week

Very proud to be with The Lord Mayor at the march past, and armed forces service on Saturday. Rev. Dick Rogers from Weoley Ward was there, and a good get together was had by the representatives of all three services. … Continue reading

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Fly tipped rubbish? It must be Sunday!

Rubbish was deposited in Minden Grove, off Weoley Park Road. I have the name of someone whose parcel address was in there and it will be handed to the Environmental Health department to investigate. With an old mattress in the … Continue reading

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Friends of Ley Hill Park

One success is the planting of wild flowers in the park which has been enormously successful. This has even allowed a reduction in the cost of park maintenance as these areas will be there without needing to be mowed! What … Continue reading

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Visit to Ley Hill Park

Visit with the members of the Park supporters to the site where we all planted Poppy seeds some months ago. Why were they not showing when they had started to bloom? I am afraid to say they had all been … Continue reading

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Open day at Castle Croft

Part of the afternoon show – style was meant to be 50s. I had been working on Planning earlier I could not change, but luckily there was a polka dot scarf. Now there are 63 residents and I managed to … Continue reading

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Birmingham University Students at the BMI

On the 24th. June an M.Sc. course presentation was made at the Birmingham and Midland Institute in the form of a Public Enquiry. As an ex-Chairman of the City Planning Committee Peter was invited to contribute to the event. This … Continue reading

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