New houses coming to Stirchley
More than 100 new houses are set to be built
Dead body found by the river Rea in Stirchley
Police treating discovery as unexplained
The body was found in a field off River Brook Drive.
The discovery was made by a member of the public in a field off River Brook Drive, Stirchley , at 1.15pm on Sunday.
The death was being treated as unexplained by West Midlands Police .
The body was found near the Andrew Cohen House care home, but a police spokeswoman said the discovery was not linked to the venue.
Officers were awaiting the results of a post-mortem examination to establish the cause of death.
Det Insp Justin Spanner, of Force CID, is leading the investigation.
He said: “I would appeal for anyone who saw anything or has any information to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, in confidence, on 0800 555 111.”
in Stirchley Park, Photos
Stirchley Bash 2016
Photos by Phil Banting
Central CCG’s Community Day
at Stirchley baths
9th july 2016
Birmingham South Central CCG’s Community Day and Annual General Meeting photos
A few photos from the opening of the commissioned artwork
25th June 2016 Link
Stirchley Flood 2016
Stirchley suffered the worst flooding for years, below is a photo taken by Peter Whitfield near the junction of Pershore and Cartland Road, Dogpool lane suffered quite badly, also Selly Oak, Selly Park, and Cotteridge.
Photos below via Twitter link
Stirchley Folk Night
The British Oak
held its first Folk Session last night, about 12 of us turned up, it was a great night and I hope the first of many (3rd Tuesday each month)
more photos here
Travellers move on to Hazelwell Park
12 May 2016, by Jasbir Authi.
Coun Mary Locke (Lab, Bournville) said she had contacted the police and would be doing everything in her power to get the convoy to move on. link
At their new venue Stirchley Baths
more info link
A selection of photos by Phil Banting link
Watch: Dramatic footage
as 20 firefighters tackle Stirchley pizza takeaway blaze Link
New plan for Lidl store in Stirchley
Scheme to demolish Fitness First gym and neighbouring PSL Bowling alley link
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New Stirchley branch for Thrifty
Steve Sandford, director of regional operations, added: “Our network continues to grow from strength to strength and we’re delighted to open our latest branch in Stirchley. Whether you need vehicles for work or pleasure please give our Stirchley location a call or visit our website and we can help you choose the best car or van for you.”
26/01/2016 in Fleet Industry News
Thrifty has opened a new car and van rental branch in Stirchley, Birmingham. In addition to daily rental, the branch will offer the FlexiFleet product - whether extra vehicles are needed during busy periods, or when a new employee is taken on. Adnan Mohammed, branch manager, said: “Since opening our doors, we have been very busy and have enjoyed a high turnover of rentals on both the leisure and commercial side. We have a very experienced team, so customers can expect a knowledgeable and friendly service with every rental.”
A few photos and write up from Tony Fox
The River Rea
follow up from the last
Neighbourhood Forum Meeting
details about properties at risk of flooding in the River Rea catchment area Link