Cllr Mary Locke reports back in latest edition of Labour in the Community

Front page of Bournville Labour in the Community newspaper, delivered August 2016

Hopefully by the time you read this you will have received the latest Labour in the Community newspaper. In the paper you can find out about the positive contribution Mary Locke is already having as our newly-elected councillor and how you can get in touch with her.

Labour in the Community highlights

Cllr Mary Locke (left) with members of staff from Stirchley Co-op and Roger from B30 Foodbank standing next to trolleys full of food for B30 Foodbank
Cllr Mary Locke (left) with members of staff from Stirchley Co-op and Roger from B30 Foodbank

The latest edition of Labour in the Community includes:

  • A report back from Cllr Mary Locke on what she’s been up to since being elected in May. Mary has been responding to residents’ concerns over rubbish, parking, travellers and working to bring more houses and job opportunities to Bournville Ward.
  • A story about the £600 worth of food we donated to B30 Foodbank thanks to the generosity of local people and Stirchley Co-op.
  • Uncovering Bournville’s hidden history with a profile on sufragette and women’s trade union organiser, Julia Varley, who lived on Hay Green Lane.
  • Details on action Mary has taken to improve road safety and our plans for improving congestion in Cotteridge.

View Bournville Labour in the Labour Community online

If by any chance you’ve not received a copy of our newspaper, you can view it online by clicking on the link below:

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