Birchfields' Residents  Activity BloG



Public meeting & AGM of

Birchfield Neighbourhood Forum, Thursday 18th August,

7pm at

Seventh Day Adventist Church, Hutton Road, B20

Officers will be elected and decisions made on helping our Young People, we can apply for funding to Police Active Citizens fund and Lottery Community Celebration fund


Councillors we want action,enforcement of fines, not just words on camera !

 

Phone box opposite Food Shop on Crompton Road B20


 

 BNF First Steps Community Plan.pdf

 


 


BIRCHFIELD NEIGHBOURHOOD FORUM
FAMILY FUN DAY
SAT 20th FEBRUARY 2016 (10am - 4pm)
WESTMINSTER PRIMARY SCHOOL
WESTMINSTER ROAD, BIRCHFIELD, B20 3PN
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT JIMOH ON 07799 695 797
BUILDING A BETTER BIRCHFIELD
BRING YOUR IDEAS FOR A COMMUNITY MEETING PLACE,
ACTIVITIES FOR ALL, YOUTH, ELDERLY, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
~ MEET BIRCHFIELD FORUM MEMBERS ~
CHAT ABOUT WHATS GOING ON IN BIRCHFIELD
SEE PRESENTATIONS FROM LOCAL ORGANISATIONS
* CHILDRENS BOUNCY CASTLE *
* ARTS AND CRAFTS *
* ASIAN AND CARIBEAN FOOD *

A chance to be involved in Your Area Local residents are invited to
Lozells and East Handsworth  Ward Meeting

Where the main item for discussion will be  HIGHWAYS

on Tuesday 9 February 2016
At 7pm at St Silas Church, Lozells Road, B19   Please
inform us if you have any access issues or special/particular
requirements as soon as possible on the contact details below
Contact: Kay Thomas, Community Governance Manager, Tel: 0121 675 5664  

A chance to be involved in Your Area Local residents are invited to

Lozells and East Handsworth  Ward Meeting

Where the main item for discussion will be hostels and HMO’s

on Tuesday 15 December 2015

At 7pm at The Birchfield Big Local Offices, 16 Grosvenor Road, B20 3NP Please inform us if you have any access issues or special/particular requirements as soon as possible on the contact details below

Contact: Kay Thomas, Community Governance Manager, Tel: 0121 675 5664    






STREET ACTION DAY
BIRCHFIELD in BLOOM
Never to seen again this fine display of Japanese Cherry trees on the old library site,boarded up with the Urban Living hoardings.

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