EU Referendum results: Staffordshire

By on 22/06/2016 in Elections with 0 Comments

STAFFORDSHIRE Council Votes cast   Remain Leave  Cannock  53,610    16,684  36,894  East Staffordshire  62,160    22,850  39,266  Lichfield  63,318    26,064  37,214  Newcastle under Lyme  68,966    25,477  43,457  South Staffordshire  66,741    23,444  43,248  Stafford  77,527    34,098  43,386  Staffordshire Moorlands  59,793    21,076  38,684  Stoke on Trent  117,680    36,027  81,563  Tamworth […]

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EU Referendum results: Shropshire

By on 22/06/2016 in Elections with 0 Comments

SHROPSHIRE Council Votes cast   Remain Leave  Shropshire  183,327    78,987  104,166  Telford & Wrekin  89,704    32,954  56,649 Results will appear here in the early hours of Friday 24 June. Follow @bccnewsroom on Twitter for all the news overnight #BrumVotes16 #eurefresults Area results  Herefordshire  Worcestershire  Staffs  Warwickshire  West Midlands  REGION

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EU Referendum results: Herefordshire

By on 22/06/2016 in Elections with 0 Comments

HEREFORDSHIRE Council Votes cast   Remain Leave  Herefordshire  108,336    44,148  64,122 Results will appear here in the early hours of Friday 24 June. Follow @bccnewsroom on Twitter for all the news overnight #BrumVotes16 #eurefresults Area results Worcestershire  Shropshire  Staffs  Warwickshire  West Midlands  REGION

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EU Referendum results: West Midlands local authorities

By on 22/06/2016 in Elections with 0 Comments

WEST MIDLANDS Council Votes cast   Remain Leave  Birmingham  451,316    223,451  227,251  Coventry  153,234    67,967  85,097  Dudley  175,333    56,780  118,446  Sandwell  147,418    49,004  98,250  Solihull  122,017    53,466  68,484  Walsall  135,685    43,572  92,007  Wolverhampton  118,037    44,138  73,798 Results will appear here in the early hours of Friday 24 June. […]

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Birmingham City Council set to purchase empty properties

Cabinet is set to approve a£4.633 million package to purchase more privately owned empty properties on 28 June. The properties across the city have been empty for a considerable period of time and the council is seeking to bring the properties back into use, to provide much needed housing and to remove the negative impact […]

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Children’s libraries get a £250,000 makeover

Five Birmingham City Council children’s libraries have been updated with new equipment and furniture, after receiving grant funding of £250,000 to make improvements. The funding boost – which enabled libraries in Balsall Heath, Druids Heath, Kings Norton, Kingstanding and Small Heath to make improvements and finance educational projects – was awarded by the Wolfson Foundation, […]

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Youth arts boost as Gallery 37 returns

By on 21/06/2016 in Deputy Leader, News with 0 Comments

Gallery 37​ , Birmingham’s long ­established youth arts participation programme, is set for a major return in September 2016 with a new look and a new home.

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Fitbit on prescription? It might just work

By on 20/06/2016 in Blog, Cllr Hamilton, News with 0 Comments

Birmingham health boss believes the NHS should seriously consider offering fitness trackers on prescription to combat the UK’s inactivity crisis.

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Small Heath bridge closure

By on 20/06/2016 in Cllr Stacey, News, Partnerships with 0 Comments

Motorists and residents advised of Small Heath bridge closure Local residents, businesses and road users are being advised that the Small Heath Bridge, which connects Jenkins Street and Kendal Road over the A45 Small Heath Highway, is going to be closed – other than to pedestrians and cyclists – for up to 8 months while […]

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‘Yes’ to second term for Acocks Green BID

The overwhelming majority of Acocks Green shopping centre businesses have voted ‘yes’ to a second term for their business improvement district (BID) with a 75 per cent majority and 82 per cent by rateable value, from a turnout of 48 per cent. The result of the vote was announced by Mark Rogers, Chief Executive of […]

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