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Birmingham Live
21 NOV 2019

Serious crash closes Fordhouse

One person was left in a serious condition following the collision at around 11.15am on
Thursday, November 21 full story

Birmingham Live
21 NOV 2019

Morrisons steps in to save Co-op food store in Stirchley from closure
Morrisons supermarket has had its bid to take over the co-operative food store in Hazelwell Road in Stirchley accepted and staff have been told their jobs are safe full story

Stirchley Station
Maps and plans here

A Love Letter To Stirchley

by Independent Birmingham Published: September 15, 2019 Link

StWf Open response to Residents and Traders S106 money. link

Tesco S106 funds
For improving Stirchley?

June 29, 2019
Now is the opportunity for public consultation and residents, traders, community groups ought to have a read through their proposals you can find out more by visiting
Stirchley S106 link


Stirchley Park
" Thugs tear down trees"

Birmingham Live
The trees - which line a path through Stirchley Park - were brutally torn ... The trees had been donated by Birmingham Trees for Life and planted by

Stirchley Christmas Bash 2018


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

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