The next Shard End Ward Committee meeting will be held at the Shard Library in All Saints Square, this coming Monday, 14 April.
As well as the regular update from local Councillors and the police, there will be a report on the proposed expansion of Timberley School, a chance to find out more about the work that the Welcome Trust are doing in our area and news from Age Concern too.
All residents are welcome. Hope to see you there!
The Pump Centre on Kitts Green Road is the venue for our next ward meeting, which will be held on Monday 10 February, starting at 7pm.
Items to be discussed include the regular report from the local police team, an update on the district budget, presentations from Reel Access on the exciting Reawakening Lea Village and Glebe Farm Tapestry projects and a report on the activities provided by the Pump itself.
All residents are welcome!
Shard End Community Centre is SAFE from the axe – despite the massive cuts inflicted on Birmingham City Council by the Government.
The Council has given a commitment that the Centre will be rebuilt over the next couple of years, so that it continues to serve future generations of Shard Enders. This is great news, as Shard End Community Centre is used by hundreds of residents from across the ward and beyond. I’m delighted that it is not only safe, but has an exciting future too!
If you’d like to find out more about the plans, please come along to the public meeting that Councillors Marje Bridle, Ian Ward and I have arranged for this coming Saturday, 1 February at 11am. The meeting will be held at the current Shard End Community Centre building on Packington Avenue.
People living in the area around All Saints Square and the new Shard End Crescent development have been setting up a new residents group and they’re keen to welcome new members!
The next meeting will be held tomorrow evening (Monday 27 January) at Shard End Library, starting at 6:30pm. The organisers have been working closely with the police, the Shard End Councillors and local housing association Affinity Sutton to tackle some pressing local issues. At tomorrow’s meeting there will also be a chance to put questions direct to Barratts, who led the redevelopment of the estate.
For more information, please click on the newsletter above. Hope to see you at the meeting!
The newly-refurbished Moorfield Hall is the venue for the next meeting of the Shard End Ward Committee, which will be held on Monday 9 December, starting at 7pm.
Based in Hartshill Road, just opposite the Heath Way shopping area, Moorfield Hall has been an important part of community life in Shard End for many years. Now renovated and refurbished, the Hall is being managed by Age Concern Birmingham, who have exciting plans to ensure that Moorfield Hall continues to be a vibrant community facility for people in Shard End.
The Age Concern Birmingham team will be setting out their plans at the meeting, so please do come along to find out more. There will also be reports from the local police team and a chance for residents to raise their concerns about local issues.
Marje, Ian and I look forward to seeing you there!
The next meeting of the Shard End Ward Committee is on Monday 23 September, starting at 7pm. This month, we will be at the Yardley & District Rugby Club, 1 Cole Hall Lane, B34 6HE.
Items on the agenda include updates on the former Yardley Sewage Works site and the refurbishment of Moorfield Hall. The local police will be attending and you can also read the latest police update newsletter by clicking here.
All residents are welcome – come and have your say!
The next meeting of the Shard End Ward Committee will be held on Monday 29 July, at the Shard, All Saints Square, B34 7AG.
Items to be discussed include the upkeep of All Saints Square, illegal parking on the verges and an update on the work that residents of Brownfield Road have been doing to address this issue. We’ll also be getting reports on the review of traffic calming in Cole Hall Lane and our regular update from the local policing team.
You can download a copy of the agenda and other papers by visiting the Council’s Democracy in Birmingham website.
All residents are welcome. Hope to see you there!
Shard End Ward sits right under the flight path of Birmingham Airport, which occasionally raises issues and questions from local residents.
The Airport’s Community Outreach Team hold regular drop-in sessions for people living close by who want to discuss any matters or concerns relating to the operation of the airport. You can see the list of dates, times and venues by clicking here.
The next meeting of the Ward Committee will be held next Monday, 11 February at The Pump, Kitts Green Road, starting at 7pm.
Items on the agenda include updates from the local police and Environmental Health Officer. There will also be presentations from local youth support organisation Fitcap and the Reawakening Lea Village team.
All residents are very welcome. Hope to see you there!