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West Midlands Police are backing a national campaign that launched today, to encourage communities to help defeat terrorism.
How you can help is described here…
On Tuesday 20 March members of the Committee of the City Centre Neighbourhood Forum (CCNF) will be holding a Drop-in session in Café Nero in Brindleyplace from 6pm onwards.
If you have anything you’d like to discuss about city life, why not drop in?
There are face to face consultations happening this week locally at which you can find out what local road changes are proposed and why.
So, why not go, find out and express your views and maybe have them recorded and ultimately considered? Continue reading
Birmingham Connected – “In partnership with Transport for West Midlands and Midland Metro Alliance, we are currently consulting on a number of changes to road layouts, mostly to improve access for public transport. We encourage you to view the proposals and have your say.”
The revised Ladywood Ward
Two of the current Councillors of the Ladywood Ward have formed “The Ladywood Living With Hardship Initiative”.
This is explained in a statement issued by Councillors Albert Bore and Kath Hartley. Continue reading
The really wonderful and revered Peace Gardens in Edgbaston are having to be used by rough sleepers as a toilet..
What can be done about it?
Welcome to the latest Birmingham Connected update containing transport news and information which we hope you will find useful. Please feel free to forward and share this information. Continue reading