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Pupils from Stirchley Primary School with the Weeping Window of poppies

Stirchley School's
Weeping Window poppy display for Remembrance weekend

Stirchley Primary School commemorates the centenary of the First World War ending with a Weeping Window poppy display.
Children at Stirchley Primary School and their friends and families have spent weeks creating the sculpture which is made up of 2,700 poppies. full story

Birmingham Evenning Mail

By Graham Young NOV 2018

This is why Stirchley is the most up and coming area in Birmingham

By Sanjeeta Bains NOV 2018 link

Stirchley Bash Photos
September 2018 link


1403-1407 Pershore Road
(corner Mary Vale Road)

Demolition of 3 shops to be replaced with 1 retail unit and 42 'student studio flats' over 4 floors in total. link


Volunteers Needed...
Can You Help?

St Andrew's Healthcare, BIRMINGHAM
are looking for the following:
click here


click here for more information

The presentation by Active Streets
from the last Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum Meeting

Stirchley Christmas Bash
Saturday 16th December,

Stirchley Park Halloween.
Photos by Phil Banting link
New houses coming to Stirchley
Former Arvin Meritor, Fordhouse Lane


Stirchley Late Summer Bash 2017

Stirchley Late Summer Bash
photos by phil Banting

Gym bosses claim they were forced out of business by Lidl supermarket plans link

Stirchley Lidl plans force leisure centre closure link

Woman driver thrown into a hedge by carjacker in Stirchley link

Planning application for an Aldi at magnet an southern site link

Fitness First closure paves way for controversial new Lidl link

The Lidl planning application has been quashed link

Work has started installing the £20,000 worth of railings in Hazelwell Park details


local residents who are passionate about Stirchley library
Facebook ....... Online Forum


Photos from the
Stirchley Christmas Bash 2016


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 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.”

Halloween Bash
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
'Dancing Mat'
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

Birmingham Mail,
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

Stirchley Market
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
Join the online discussion here

New Stirchley branch for Thrifty
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.”

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.”
New life for Stirchley Baths

Edwardian swimming baths - once the hub of a Birmingham suburb - have been given a new lease of life after 30 years.

Posted by BBC Midlands Today on Friday, 15 January 2016

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


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