On Thursday 3 May 2018, you will get to have your say about who will run Birmingham City Council for the next four years.

Following the 2016 Local Government Boundary Review, Bournville ward has been split into two new wards for local council elections. This means we’ll be standing candidates and campaigning in both Bournville & Cotteridge and Stirchley wards this year.

If you’re in Bournville & Cotteridge

Cllr Liz Clements and Fred Grindrod are Labour’s candidates for Bournville & Cotteridge in the local elections.

Liz and Fred (centre) with Shadow Secretary of State for Housing John Healey (left) and Steve McCabe MP (right
Liz and Fred (centre) with Shadow Secretary of State for Housing John Healey (left) and Steve McCabe MP (right)

Liz and Fred both live locally and are experienced community campaigners with a track record of speaking up for local services. They are committed to ensuring that Bournville and Cotteridge continue to be strong communities and great places to live, learn, bring up a family and grow old with dignity.

Learn more about liz & fred

liz and fred’s campaign pledges

If you’re in Stirchley

Mary Locke has lived in Stirchley for 44 years and was elected to serve as Labour councillor for Bournville ward in 2016.

Cllr Mary Locke portraitIn addition to being a councillor and working in the NHS, Mary is a carer for her husband. She was also recently appointed as an advisor to Birmingham City Council on Social Care.

mary’s record

mary’s campaign pledges

Not sure where your polling station is?

This year, many residents will be voting in a different polling station to normal. Please follow the link below to find the location of your nearest polling station:

polling station finder