Monthly Archives: February 2014

Weekly police report

The latest update from our local police team can be downloaded by following this link.

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Weekly police report

You can read the latest update from our local police team by following this link.

Fly-tipping – don’t ignore it, report it!

The problem of fly-tipping is regularly raised with me during my walkabouts around the ward.  It’s unsightly, illegal and destroys our local environment.

The City Council will investigate dumped rubbish and will prosecute fly-tippers where there is evidence to do so.  That’s why it’s important that we all do our bit to report problems when they occur.

If you see an incident of fly-tipping, please call the Council’s hotline on 0121 303 6007 or email publichealth@birmingham.gov.uk with the following information:

  • Your name and phone number
  • When and where the incident occured
  • Any details about the vehicle involved – its registration number, the colour, make. model or any identifying insignia.

Together, we can make a difference and bring the fly-tippers to book!

Weekly police report

You can read the latest update from our local police team by following this link.

Calling all Glebe Farm and Lea Village residents!

GFLV meeting

New training course at Shard End Youth Centre

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Raising the participation age – what you need to know

From September 2013, all young people aged 16 and 17 are required by law to continue to participate in education, employment or training. 

The Council has produced some handy guides to the changes.  You can access a guide for young people here, or download the guide for parents and carers here.

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