Monthly Archives: April 2017

Vandals!

This is a beautiful centre to Weoley Castle Square, but you will see the broken tree stump of the 10th. Tree that I have planted on there. What mindless vandalism. Someone does not want a central part to be noted … Continue reading

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Broad Street (Westside BID)

Selected to speak at the Broad Street – Westside awards.  Debbie Gooding, Dave Gooding and Me. We were able to thank them all for their contribution in raising our £35,000 for the Birmingham Poppy Sppeal.  They had a good time, … Continue reading

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Fox and Grapes

Sad demise of this historic pub. This is where the Murphy riots started and there should be some replacement of the acknowledgement! Birmingham has a very violent past, and we should not forget it, as it puts the present in … Continue reading

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Weoley Castle Community Church.

Meeting to discuss how to get Weoley Castle working together. There are many social problems that need to be addressed, and there are good publicly minded people who have come together. If only it was not on the same day … Continue reading

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Birmingham Heritage Committee

We meet in Margaret street to discuss the Birmingham Heritage week in September, and the coordination of events round the city so as to maximise what is on offer. There are a tremendous range of venues and activities on offer. … Continue reading

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Cllr. Robert Sealey

Contrast the statesmanship of Councilor Robert Sealey arranging a meeting with Planning Staff to address the loss of major regeneration (and a store) in Stirchley with the crass opinion of the local Labour MP who blames city employees. It was … Continue reading

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Mark Regev

 Very impressive Israeli ambassador comes to Birmingham. Being somewhat of a history buff I could not help thinking that if this was 100 years ago, this gentleman would have made a fine contestant to be British Prime Minister. Having grown … Continue reading

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