Today’s Birmingham City Council meetings – July 31

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Click on the link below for details of today’s Birmingham City Council meetings.

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Media Watch – July 27

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Top Birmingham City Council Stories Birmingham Library’s weekday opening hours extended (BBC, Radio WM, Birmingham Mail) The opening hours of Birmingham’s £189m library are to be extended from next year, the city council has confirmed. Birmingham could stage a full 26-mile marathon (Birmingham Mail) The first marathon in Birmingham for a quarter of a century […]

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Birmingham City Council announces new running strategy

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RUN Birmingham will form the cornerstone of their vision to establish Birmingham as a city of activity for all.

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Media Watch – July 21

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Top Birmingham City Council Stories Birmingham to lose 20 councillors under vision for new-look council (Birmingham Mail, Birmingham Post, BBC WM) The numbers of city councillors in Birmingham will be cut by 20 following a review of council boundaries and elections. BCC response More damning findings on Birmingham City Council (Birmingham Mail, Birmingham Post) Birmingham […]

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Response to BIIP assessment of progress

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Response from Leader of Birmingham City Council, Sir Albert Bore and Chief Executive, Mark Rogers.

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FREE school holidays fun in Birmingham parks

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With the long school holidays stretching ahead of you, there are plenty of ways to keep the kids occupied and active for FREE in Birmingham parks this summer.

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Media Watch – July 17

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Top Birmingham City Council Stories 720 children at risk of exploitation (BBC, Heart) Up to 720 children are at risk of being sexually exploited in places such as children’s homes, hotels and parks, new figures for the West Midlands show. The figure was revealed in two reports compiled by councils, the NHS and the police. […]

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Free check can help curb rise in amputations

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Health chiefs today urged Brummies to book a FREE NHS Health Check is a bid to curb an alarming rise in diabetes-related amputations

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BikeFest rides into Birmingham

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BikeFest, a free, family friendly festival celebrating all things cycling, has been launched and will ride into Birmingham on Sunday 13 September.

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10 ways to help your child maintain a healthy weight

By on 07/07/2015 in News with 0 Comments

Childhood Obesity Week: Useful advice for parents to help their children enjoy healthy, active lives.

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