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DIY Streets KH: Final report and recommendations

We have been very busy behind the scenes since our last big co-presentation and feedback event with the Kings Heath Residents Forum back in February which had a fantastic turnout. 563 more words

Fight for Brandwood Neighbourhood Police team

And so it begins…

This week I found out that our area has been chosen to pilot new local police arrangements. Within a matter of weeks, Brandwood could lose its extremely successful Neighbourhood Police team. 353 more words

Brandwood Ward

The Council’s Education Strategy and Improvement Plan – Next Steps

At the end of last year the Council published its Education Strategy and Improvement Plan. It was approved by Sir Mike Tomlinson the government’s Education Commissioner for Birmingham, and then by Nicky Morgan. 1,984 more words

The Big Hoot 2015 arrives Monday 20th July

by Dave Massey @brumhour

I was very pleased to see an email from Birmingham Children’s Hospital today shared the launch date for THE BIG HOOT 2015. 530 more words


Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3...

Less than a week after the election and I’m already hearing news from the new Tory government that is going to impact on Brandwood and our residents, and not in a good way. 11 more words

Brandwood Ward

Birmingham City Council Collection: Catalogues now LIVE!

New catalogues for the records of Birmingham City Council are now live on our on-line archives catalogue, CalmView.

As well as collecting records relating to individuals, families, businesses and other corporate bodies with historical links to the city, the Archives, Heritage and Photography Department at the Library of Birmingham is the in-house repository for the historic records of Birmingham City Council. 865 more words

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An update from Spaghetti Labs with BCC and Service Bham

Stuart Lester from Digital Birmingham blogs about his first day at the Spaghetti Jam where a group discussed ways in which Birmingham City Council can overcome issues by innovative and collaborative working.

Read the full blog here.

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