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News From Bournville Village
Here are the latest news feeds from Bournville Village
- Tesco: ‘We’ll contact Lidl to see if they want Stirchley land’
Tesco have written to residents in Stirchley to say that they will contact Lidl to see if they want to make use of the land cleared for the now cancelled plan for a Tesco superstore. In the letter to local … read more
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- Tesco pull out of Stirchley
Tesco has informed residents in Stirchley that it will no longer be building a supermarket in the area The news comes after the supermarket giant spent 17 years acquiring the land needed for the site. In an email, the chairman … read more
- Local campaigners: Save Stirchley Library
Stirchley Library is under threat of closure and local campaigners are asking residents in Bournville and Stirchley to back them in their plea to save this vital local service. Jessie Cape from the Save Stirchley Library group makes her case … read more
- Bournville named as ‘Dogging hot spot’
The car park at Rowheath Pavilion has been named as a ‘dogging hot-spot’ by the Birmingham Mail. It includes the location in a list of sites across the Midlands used by singles and couples looking for sex. The Mail claims … read more
- Travellers on Rowheath: church praised for humane response
The Christian organisation behind the running of Rowheath Pavilion have received widespread praise for their handling of a visit by the travelling community to Rowheath playing field. A small group of travellers arrived on Friday 19th July and set up … read more
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- Bournville voted to remain in the EU
Data released by Birmingham City Council reveals that Bournville Ward voted to remain in the European Union in last Thursday’s historic vote. Whilst Birmingham overall marginally voted to Leave, Bournville saw 58% of voters vote Remain. 14,296 people from Bournville … read more
- Referendum debate in Bournville
Local residents have had a chance to discuss the issues surrounding the forthcoming EU Referendum at a recent event hosted by local MP Steve McCabe The event on Wednesday 1st June took place at St Joseph and St Helen Catholic Church hall. … read more
- Labour win in Bournville – Local Elections
Mary Locke saw off the challenge of the Conservative’s Nigel Dawkins to retain Bournville for Labour at the local elections. Mary Locke is the new councillor for the ward, joining two Conservative councillors in representing the area. Her result is … read more
- Local elections 2016 – live updates
You can follow live local election coverage courtesy of Birmingham Eastside and partners. Updates throughout the evening as the results in Birmingham unfold. Live Blog Birmingham Elections – May 5th 2016 with @NewsinBrum @Brumbynumbers @bhameastside read more
- Local elections 2016 – who gets your vote?
City council elections take place on Thursday 5th May with Bournville ward needing to fill the vacant slot left by the departure of Labour’s Phil Walkling. Former Conservative councillor Nigel Dawkins is looking to return to office following his election … read more
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