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Policing tomorrow

Police man and woman smiling in sun lightThe West Midlands Police are carrying out a survey into how best they can support the public in the future. The results of information given in surveys by 7000 people are now being analysed.

In addition, a public consultation has been launched and your thoughts would be very much welcomed. You can help by giving your views in this online survey.

Click here for more background information.

Birmingham Community Heritage Day – Images Season

Shakespeare Memorial Room in the Library of Birmingham

Shakespeare Memorial Room in the Library of Birmingham

The Library of Birmingham is staging a one day workshop designed to bring together people interested in heritage and history, and projects and groups working in that area. The organisers “want to raise awareness of the variety of different stories that comprise the city and share skills and expertise to help others explore its ever-changing history.”

There will be presentations by a number of groups involved in this in order to share information about present work, activities and future possibilities.

The aim is to identify possibilities to enhance Birmingham as a place to live building on its heritage and history.

As part of the Images Season, photography will be an important ingredient of the day.

There will also be information on how to get funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund!

Venue details:

Saturday 19 July 2014 11am – 3pm, Room 104, Library of Birmingham

Tickets from £7.50

Guidance: Lunch included! Booking essential.

For more information and contact details click here.

Article by Geoff Caine

 

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