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Travellers leave Farnborough Fields site

The Irish travellers who had been camped on Farnborough Field this week have left the site earlier this evening. They had indicated earlier this week that they would leave today (Friday). 34 more words

Council

Travellers on Farnborough Road set to leave on Friday, say police

Police have been told by the travellers on the Farnborough Road site that they will leave on Friday (15th August) this week.

The Irish travellers moved in to the area… 99 more words

Police And Emergency Services

Birmingham City Council to vote on proposed resolution to rescind insurance hikes

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – Some big changes could be coming for the health benefits of Birmingham city employees and retirees, but those changes will be needed to fix problems caused by other problems. 124 more words

News

Birmingham refuse collectors to strike again next week

Refuse collectors refuse deal

Birmingham binmen and street cleaners will be on strike next Monday and Friday mornings (11th and 15th August). 

A council spokesperson said: “We expect there will be some disruption to services. 57 more words

Council

Green waste bags litter Castle Vale pavements

The stand-off continues between some residents and Birmingham City Council on the green waste issue. Piles of bags containing garden rubbish and grass cuttings are littering the pavements in various locations in Castle Vale. 63 more words

Council

Is Alleged Architect of Trojan Horse Letter & Riverside Church-Linked Tim Boyes a Liar?

The previous article describing allegations of supremacist attitudes and financial mismanagement as well as takeover plots on the part of the Tim Boyes and procedural impropriety and mismanagement at Golden Hillock School on the part of Reverend John Ray drew some interesting reactions.  604 more words

Current Affairs

Why Whistles?

Many locals and people passing through the village may have been struck by the display of whistles on the central island in Acocks Green. Yes they are whistles! 224 more words

Acocks Green