Survey For the Stirchley Funday/Bash 2015 Results
Walkabout in Stirchley
Friday September 19, 2014
Councillor Timothy Huxtable, on one of his regular meeting/walkabouts he has with officers from Parks & Nature Conservation. with him were: Area Parks Manager, Sue Amey and Robin Bryan Constituency Parks & Customer Liaison Manager, I met them discussing the planters on Cartland Road.
Stirchley Community Market’s new home at PSL Bowling
Next Market Tues 4th November,
"We’re over the moon to be able to announce that we have found a new home for the Stirchley Community Market, at PSL Bowling." Details
Get the Latest on Tesco
and have your say link
New Parliamentry Candidate for Stirchley: Alex Avern
"I am incredibly proud to stand up for an area that mean s a lot to me. My Grandad was a Greengrocer on Vicarage Road, my Aunt a factory worker at Cadbury’s and my Dad a Police Officer in Stirchley, so serving our local area is something
that I’m really honoured to do." details.
Stirchley Bash 2014
A BIG thankyou to all involved
A nice writeup about Stirchley Park
about the row of sapling blossom trees planted yesterday.
The co op planning application
to turn the friends meeting house into student accommodation has been withdrawn details
A few photos taken at the BIG LUNCH
on Charlotte Road. Link
The travellers have again left the parkland by the side of Riverbrook Drive, and again BCC have been left to clear up the mess. photos
We need to stop this happening again, this low level fence needs repairing urgently
Stirchley Park receiving a donation of £50 from Kings Norton Farmers Market after repeatedly having plants stolen from the park details
Plans to change the Friends Meeting house into Student accommodation design and access / details
Dave Harte bournvillevillage
Conservatives hold Bournville in local elections
Councillor Rob Sealey has held on to his seat in Bournville as the Conservatives increased their majority in the 2014 local elections.
Stirchley and Brandwood
The tunnel running under the train-track dividing the Allens Croft/Brandwood and Stirchley areas is in need of some extra help from local community groups, residents and local businesses
£3.3m Stirchley Baths regeneration work commences By Graeme Brown-Bham Post full story
Stirchley Community Centre
will be closing its doors one final time on the 14th March to allow the development of a new TESCO supermarket.
Everyone was welcome to pop in on the 6th March 2014 to their closing event, to help them celebrate and reflect on their achievements during its life. A few photos of the day link
and a poem by Sue Jackson link
Work begins on Stirchleybaths
Monday 24th February 2014
Preparation work started today to make the site safe for the refurbishment work to begin.
More materials can now be
recycled at home details
The Friends of Stirchley Park
following the successful bid to redevelop Stirchley Baths Stirchley Park will gain improvements to the park any Ideas that you may have are more than welcome. details
Cartland Road FloodAlleviation Scheme
Start date of the work:
27th January 2014
Approximate end date of the work: 1st January 2015 updates on the forum