All the latest news headlines from Birmingham City Council.
Residents are being reminded the city’s three “super” Household Recycling Centres are open from 8am-8pm daily during the summer season.
Click on the link below for details of today’s Birmingham City Council meetings. http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/democracy/Pages/Index.aspx
Handsworth Park will once again play host to the largest outdoor Vaisakhi celebrations in Europe on Sunday (April 26). The Council of Sikh Gurdwaras in Birmingham is organising the annual event, which is free to all members of the community. Running from 11am to 6.30pm, the event will include Sikh cultural activities, children’s inflatable play […]
There have been more new arrivals at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park (formerly the Nature Centre) this week with the birth of four Ring-tailed Lemurs – two on Monday 20 April and two yesterday (Thursday 23 April). Born to dad Ralph and mums Cara and Annie, the baby Ring-tailed Lemurs join other recent arrivals at the […]
Two empty properties in Erdington and Brandwood are going to auction next week following the successful intervention of Birmingham City Council’s Empty Properties Team. The three and four bedroom houses in Bilberry Road, Brandwood, and Slade Road, Erdington, were identified by the team as part of a group of ten properties that had been neglected […]
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St George will appear in Birmingham on horseback as the city marks St George’s Day on Saturday, April 25. To celebrate the patron saint of England’s day, the Knights of Middle England will be giving sword fighting displays in Centenary Square. There will also be a food and drink area offering traditional English fare, ales […]