After two successful local campaigns in the area, Stirchley and Cotteridge Against the Cuts is keeping up the pressure.
The group has recently been instrumental in successful campaigns to save Charles House respite home and to get Bournville School governors too reject academy status.
As part of a wider campaign by parent group Birmingham Against the Cuts, the group will be staging a protest against council attempts to privatise the management of leisure centres across the city.
You can join them from 11am on Saturday 10th March outside Northfield Pool & Leisure Centre.
The group is also campaigning to prevent Birmingham City Council from cutting the opening hours of Kings Norton Library. Service is set to be reduced from 5 days a week to 4 days a week. You can support them by attending their protest outside the library, from where they will go on to attend the Kings Norton Ward Committee meeting.
Meet from 5pm, Thursday March 8th outside the library on Pershore Road South (near the Green).
To keep up to date with other campaigning activities, visit the Stirchley and Cotteridge Against the Cuts web site or contact them by email