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Volunteers wash children's feet, give new shoes

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Some students from Birmingham City Schools were treated to new shoes for the new school year.

Samaritan’s Feet and A.G. Gaston Boys and Girls Club and Birmingham City Council president pro tem Jay Roberson teamed up for the District 7 back-to-school distribution. 89 more words

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Local Teenagers Helping to Make Kingstanding Blooming Brilliant

Another successful ‘Raising Achievement in Kingstanding project’ working with young people from Kingstanding with support from Birmingham City Council Parks Officers local youths have been spreading different sorts of wildflowers in our parks and they look fantastic. 223 more words

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Operation Bleeding Obvious

“Good military operation names are picked for these reasons: to deliberately deceive the enemy, to have no association with the operation whatsoever, to raise the morale of the troops, or for political/marketing reasons.” Just ponder that… 396 more words

Craziness

Ward boundaries are changing – help reshape the city

Does your council ward reflect your local community – or do the boundaries seem arbitrary or outdated? Where do people in your area go to access local facilities such as shops and leisure activities – is it within the current ward boundaries or not? 242 more words

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Almost half all Birmingham children live in England’s poorest areas, commission report shows

Families are being urged to join the fight against child poverty in Birmingham as a report today revealed that nearly half of all under-18s in the city live in the country’s poorest areas. 36 more words

Politics

FREE Micro-Chipping Event

On Wednesday 15th July from 11.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. on Bandywood Crescent (on the green in front of Kingsland School)  there will be FREE for micro – chipping available for your pet dog. 56 more words

Environment

Birmingham in Bloom – call for council tenants to enter this year’s comp

Each year, Birmingham City Council celebrates its tenants and leaseholders who help keep estate neighbourhoods around the city looking good through their gardening efforts by hosting the Birmingham in Bloom competition. 143 more words

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