Homelessness, Living on the Streets, Rough Sleeping and Hardship is unfortunately very common in our city today.
The image on the left gives a cheery front to these problems, but for those who suffer from them it is not funny at all!
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On Saturday 24 February, key people will give expert insights into these important subjects in Birmingham.
On Tuesday 18 July, 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. Continue reading
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) is seeking the views of local people on what they want from their own wards. Continue reading
“Looking to the Future” – a free public meeting organised by the City Centre Neighbourhood Forum (CCNF) – was held on 28 February to update Residents on important infrastructure projects. Continue reading
This evening, Wednesday 21 May, members of the CCNF Committee will be holding a Drop-in session in the Library of Birmingham from 6pm onwards.
If you have anything you’d like to discuss about city life, why not drop in? More information.
“Your City Centre – Looking to the Future”
Saturday 8 February 2014 11am
The Birmingham City Centre Neighbourhood Forum (the CCNF) is holding a (free) public meeting in the Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square. Continue reading