Monthly Archives: November 2015

fAwlty tOwers

Here is the next episode in town. You may have thought the traffic was beyond a joke, but think of the pedestrians herded through Fletchers Walk like rabbits in a sack, flung to a stop when the traffic lights go … Continue reading

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Disrespect

This used to have a NO SKATEBOARDING sign on it. Now there will be stalls on the paved area. But not only that – there will be 5 food establishments and 3 bars as well as enough stalls to encompass … Continue reading

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The Hall of Memory on the 12th. November

This is the area that yesterday was covered in Poppy Crosses. They have been uprooted because the space is needed for the extended German Market, due to the closure of Chamberlain Square. Officers knew that there would be an outcry … Continue reading

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Damage to Victoria Square

Damage to Victoria Square caused by Lorraine’s at the German Market. cOuncil staff assure me it happens every year, and it has to be repaired. It is totally unnecessary and is caused by laziness as they do not wish to … Continue reading

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Poppy Heroes

The lads and lassies of the services came to help us collect for the poppy appeal in Birmingham. Here they are on the steps of the Council House before they go back to barracks. The aim is to collect more … Continue reading

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A great contribution

Here is Peter with Philip Singleton, on his retirement from managing the Millenium Centre. He has had three years there, each one better and more successful than the last. Now Philip is off to do what? We have no idea … Continue reading

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Philip Singleton’s leaving party

Peter here with Trevor Haynes the Managing Director of Acivico. This is the city’s arm in competitive support. Peter was on the board of its predessessor LACSAB a limited but local authority specialist company which had a big slice of … Continue reading

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