Owing to growing local concerns regarding crimes and community safety, Moseley, Kings Heath and Brandwood Resident Forums invite you to:
Question Time with Police & Crime Commissioner – David Jamieson
***Open to residents in Moseley, Kings Heath, Brandwood areas***
Doors Open 7pm to start prompt at 7.30pm
First hour will be pre submitted questions to the PCC based on concerns raised in local areas. There will be some time for questions from the floor
To ensure we can accommodate as many people as possible please request tickets below to reserve your place.
Please let us know your access or communication needs by the 19th March 2018. We will do our best to meet these.
Parking will be available on site for priority needs. This will be limited and we encourage people to travel by other means. Queensbridge school is 5 minutes walk from the High Street Car parks. Please do not park on the pavements around the school.
Please submit potential questions/issues to the email below (please note we can’t deal with individual complaints) by 20th March 2018
firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 07814314609
Winter Conservation Work days 2017-2018.
The Ranger service relies on volunteer help to manage sites for wildlife conservation. Covering a variety of habitats at different locations, activities and tasks vary. Helping the Rangers and Friends groups, volunteers do what they can to help. Tools and gloves are provided.
There are a number of Friends groups attached to the different parks and they work alongside the Rangers to care for our Green open spaces.
Dress for outdoor work and bring a snack to munch.
Starting at 10am, sessions are usually 2-3 hours.
Winter tasks include: coppicing, thinning out trees, tree planting, wet land management, litter picking and monitoring wildlife.
Below is a list of sites and where to meet and workdays.
For more information contact Kings Heath Ranger Service on: 0121 675 0937
Conservation sites in B14
Brandwood Pool: Meet Whittington close, B14 6JW 10am
Sunday 21st January – Brandwood Pool
Sunday 18th February – Brandwood Pool
Jasmin Fields: meet at the double gates, B14 5AL
Saturday 25th November – Jasmin Fields
Saturday 9th December – Jasmin Fields
Kings Heath Park: Meet by the main Park House, Vicarage road B14 7TQ
Saturday 14th October – Kings Heath Park
Sunday 28th January – Windermere Big bird watch
Birmingham has a shocking 10,000 homeless people, so I am delighted that Community Street Kitchen will be coming along to our next meeting Wednesday 21st June 7- 8.30 at Monyhull Church. This small charity serves food Tuesdays and Saturdays to the homeless and those on low income.
Our meetings enable residents to raise issues or concerns about the local Environment, Police & Community Safety Issues, Planning Applications and find out about local events .
There will be tea and bsicuits and a warm welcome for all Brandwood Residents!
Our next Brandwood Forum meeting is Wednesday 24th May 7- 8.30 at Monyhull Church.
It is our regular meeting during which residents can raise issues or concerns about the local Environment, Police & Community Safety Issues, Planning Applications and find out about local events .
One of our local Councillors should be in attendence so if you have any concerns to raise or praise then come along
31st January 7pm WM Travel Sports Club ,Wheelers Lane B13 0ST
letter-to-christine-quinn-save-baverstock a Template letter to Christine Quinn (Regional Schools Commissioner) which lists the main reasons why this school should remain open.If you would like to help save the school then please just type your name at the bottom of the Template Letter.
Then you can either print it out and post it or email it directly to the Commissioner.
Instructions for emailing
1. Open template -scroll and print name –
2. To email it – click and highlight complete letter -right click cop – then right click on her email address (at top) press paste and then send
with very best wishes