Many residents have contacted me asking me why Salisbury Grove is in such a terrible state of disrepair. The roads are managed by Birmingham City Council under a contract with KEIR. As your elected member I can- with your help- petition for certain roads to be looked at, but the decision ultimately rests with KEIRContinue reading “Salisbury Gr- Petition to be Resurfaced”
A huge thanks to the hundreds of volunteers out campaigning and sharing our message, selflessly helping Andy Street and Jay Singh Sohal for the upcoming local elections. We as elected members simply could not do it without your kind support, help and good cheer helping us along no matter the weather!
Over the past few weeks I have been distributing PPE equipment kindly donated from a local business, including face shields for local schools. Schools have been working under tremendous pressure to continue providing an education for pupils, despite financial strain and COVID related pressures and requirements. I am proud to be facilitating support to schoolsContinue reading “Sharing PPE Equipment”
Another packed Wylde Green residents meeting and Neighbourhood Forum AGM updating residents on another very active year by the forum and holding the election of committee members for the coming year. We also discussed local matters in Wylde Green including waste, planning applications, crime, parking, a Q&A from our MP Andrew Mitchell and briefing fromContinue reading “Wylde Green Residents Meeting”
Delighted to support #MacmillianCoffeeMorning at my local church of St Johns in Walmley where we raised a terrific sum to support a brilliant organisation. Macmillians provide physical, emotional and financial support for those with a cancer diagnosis. With one in three being affected by cancer at some point in their lives “whatever cancer throws atContinue reading “Macmillian Coffee Morning”
New Hall Police are holding a surgery session at St Johns Walmley Saturday 12th between 10.30am and noon. Local Councillors in attendance!
As the Local Councillor for Wylde Green, I had the delight of being present for the opening of the new John Taylor Hospice charity store in the ward and saying a few words to those who were present about the valuable work the hospice does. It was a pleasure to have been a part ofContinue reading “Opening of John Taylor Hospice Store in Wylde Green”
I was delighted to submit to Council a petition of some 4,404 names calling for safety improvements to a junction near a secondary school. This junction has seen many accidents, cars turned over, speeding, and is used by thousands of school children. Our first priority should be to ensure the safety of our children andContinue reading “Safety on our roads”
Walking ahead of my parents, sister and girlfriend towards the Town Hall on the night of the count, was a very odd feeling. A degree in politics, seven years as a school governor, six as a magistrate, had sold my stable family businesses, hours of walking, and thousands upon thousands of leaflets, committing to thisContinue reading “Brave New World”
On Saturday we had a very successful litter pick joined by Cllr’s David Barrie and Ken Wood, representatives from Erdington Police PCSO and Students from Kingsbury School and Sports College as well as local residents and WGNF regulars.