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Bin Collections Back To Normal 

6 Oct 17

Birmingham’s bin collections go back to normal.


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Bournville Ward Unlikely To See A Bin Collection Before October 

17 Sep 17

 Latest plans to clear the streets of Birmingham from months of waste do not feature a collection for Bournville ward for the rest of September, so the earliest that residents of Bournville, Stirchley, Cotteridge and Masefield are likely to see a …


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GET READY BOURNVILLE, THE BIN MEN ARE COMING! 

18 Aug 17

Will next week be the week that sees Bournville get the much needed clean up that we’ve all been waiting for? Let’s hope so, because we’re on the list.


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Waste dispute set to continue until September 

29 Jul 17

Birmingham City Council Conservative Group has slammed the Labour administration for failing to collect residents refuse during the on-going strike chaos.


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What next for Stirchley? 

29 Jul 17

After the devastating news earlier this year that Tesco are NOT going to build on the land in Stirchley which they have fought for over 13 years for the right to build on, residents are quite rightly angered by the decision and want to know, “what …


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Save the 27 Bus 

25 Jul 17

Help Us Save The 27 Bus National Express West Midlands, operators of the number 27 bus are carrying out a review of the South Birmingham Bus Network, and as part of this review, they are proposing the withdrawal of the number 27 bus from the roads …


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Let’s catch these mindless vandals 

28 Feb 16

Mindless vandals have painted over an attractive mural in Stirchley Park with silver paint.


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Let’s catch these mindless vandals 

28 Feb 16

Mindless vandals have painted over an attractive mural in Stirchley Park with silver paint.


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Second Stirchley ‘micro park’ nearing completion 

20 Feb 16

Five years after your Conservative councillors developed the first ‘micro park’ in Stirchley; the second ‘micro park’ is near to completion.


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The local Conservative team doesn’t just talk, they roll up their sleaves and get stuck in 

15 Feb 16

Your local Conservative team are seen struggling to clear the blocked drains on the Bournville Green..


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The local Conservative team doesn’t just talk, they roll up their sleaves and get stuck in 

15 Feb 16

Your local Conservative team are seen struggling to clear the blocked drains on the Bournville Green..


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For the second year in a row, the Labour council has withdrawn its threat to sack all of our lollipop ladies 

13 Feb 16

The Labour council has once again withdrawn the threat of dismissal to all our our crossing patrol wardens after threatening them with the sack barely a few months ago as a part of their ongoing cost saving process.


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Finally, the building of the Tesco Superstore in Stirchley will begin this spring. 

23 Jan 16

The next stage in the regeneration of Stirchley is about to begin; signalling an end to the numerous derelict sites that have blighted the village for too long, as well as offering new employment opportunities for local people.


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Labour’s shambolic refuse collection service 

15 Jan 16

The Labour councillor responsible for refuse collection in Birmingham, Cllr Lisa Trickett says the service will not be fixed until at least April.


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Planning application on Mary Vale Road 

9 Jan 16

A planning application has been submitted for a 37 unit, block of flats on the corner of Mary Vale Road and Franklin Way.


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Is the Labour council planning to build houses on Stirchley parkland? 

27 Dec 15

The Labour council have said that they want to dispose of 8 acres of our precious city parkland each year and let it be used for housing.


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The Carillon Shop is ready for Christmas Shoppers 

6 Dec 15

The Rest House on the Bournville Green, home to the Carillon Gift Shop, has been beautifully decorated and is ready for Christmas shoppers.


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Stirchley Baths finally opens! 

26 Nov 15

It has taken twenty years of campaigning by Nigel Dawkins and the local Conservative team but last night the front doors were opened for the first time in 27 years as the newly restored Stirchley Baths was finally opened for business.


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The Co-op in Stirchley finally removes the appalling graffiti 

16 Nov 15

It is good to see that the Co-op in Stirchley has finally responded to calls, not least from the local Conservative team, to remove the appalling graffiti that has blighted the side of their building for at least three years.


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Lidl wants to come to Stirchley 

1 Nov 15

Lidl, the cut price supermarket chain, has submitted a planning application to redevelop the Fitness First leisure site on the Pershore Road into a Lidl supermarket.


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Public meeting to discuss the consequences of Bournville losing its ‘dry’ tradition 

9 Oct 15

Wednesday 14th October at 7pm at the Dame Elizabeth Hall, at the back of Oak Tree Lane.


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Bournville’s 120 year old ban on off-licences and pubs comes to an end 

2 Oct 15

In a decision that has shocked and disappointed local Conservative councillors, a newsagents on the Mary Vale Road has been granted an alcohol licence, thus bringing to an end Bournville’s 120 year old tradition in banning pubs and off licences.


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Hundreds of residents support Conservative Councillors as they oppose new off licence in Bournville 

28 Sep 15

This small newsagent on Mar Vale Road has applied to Birmingham’s Licensing Authority for an alcohol licence to sell alcohol from 10am up to 9pm Monday to Sunday.


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Wheelie bins are on the way; and your Conservative Councillors oppose their introduction 

4 Sep 15

This Labour Council scheme will cost £60 million and bring few benefits to the area say your Conservative councillors.


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Stirchley Co-op; please clean up this appalling graffitti 

29 Aug 15

Your local Conservative councillors are once again urging the Co-op Superstore in Stirchley to clean up the huge, ugly graffiti that defaces the side of their building.