Support Labour’s National Campaign Action Day for Inclusive Education this Saturday

Labour Party Education Not Segregation petition for Inclusive education

We’re supporting Labour’s National Campaign Action Day for Inclusive Education this Saturday (1 October). Please join us at 11am on the corner of Mary Vale Rd and Franklin Rd to talk to residents about their views on education and Labour’s vision for schools and opportunities for all our children.

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Slower is Safer: have your say about speed limits in Bournville Ward

20mph zone road sign with the words Slower is safer beside it

Birmingham City Council is currently holding a public consultation to ask local people what they think should be the appropriate speed limit for roads in the Central South-West area of Birmingham. This area covers parts of Bournville Ward so we would encourage you to take part in the consultation. Please read on to find out how you can have your say.

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Help raise money for Stirchley Park and Stirchley Parent and Toddler Group at Stirchley Late Summer Bash this Saturday

Bournville Labour Party volunteer standing behind a stall next to a wooden tombola to raise money for B30 Foodbank

Please join Councillor Mary Locke and Bournville Labour Party volunteers¬† tomorrow (Saturday 3 September) for the Stirchley Late Summer Bash. Following on from our successful fundraiser for B30 Foodbank at CoCoMAD earlier this year, we’ll be running a tombola stall to raise money for Stirchley Park and the Stirchley parent and Toddler Group at Stirchley Baths.

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