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Complaints about ambulances leaving Hollymoor Hub, Northfield

A number of B31 Voices readers have expressed that they are unhappy with the use of blue lights and sirens by vehicles leaving the...

Autism Birmingham launch new support group in Longbridge

Autism Birmingham are launching a new monthly support group in Longbridge.  It will give parents and carers of children with autism a chance to get...

Events: Jumble sale fundraiser for Scouts’ Japan trip

36 young people from Birmingham Scouts will be travelling to Japan in 2015 to attend the World Scout Jamboree, a once in a lifetime...

Recycle more for a greener Birmingham

The variety of materials that can be recycled has increased with immediate effect. Birmingham City Council have announced a new arrangement with Veolia Environmental Services...

Help needed finding owners of cat stuck in QE hospital car park | #QEcat

This lovely chap was found today apparently trapped in the multi storey car park of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Selly Oak. #QEcat, a ginger...

Northfield man jailed for string of Co-op store robberies

A Northfield man has today been jailed for his part in a string of robberies from Co-operative supermarkets across the West Midlands. Ryan Landon Shaw,...

Open evening : bringing girl guiding back to Frankley

If you were unable to attend the open evening and would like to find out more about volunteering or joining, please click to email...

FOUND [Missing] Gary Kinzett, Druids Heath

UPDATE: Gary was found safe and well in the Shirley area on 29/1/14. Thank you to all who shared the appeal :) West Midlands Police...

Northfield MP urges locals to attend FREE mobile diabetes testing session

Northfield MP Richard Burden is urging local people to take advantage of a FREE diabetes testing session this week. Mr Burden has arranged for diabetes...

Half term football camp in Kings Norton

Robbo's Football Coaching will be hosting a half term football camp in Kings Norton in February. The camp is for boys and girls aged 4...

Police called to public disorder as Northfield teen pleads not guilty to murder

West Midlands Police were called to a disorder at Birmingham Crown Court this afternoon.  The Birmingham Mail reports that the disturbance was linked to a...

Rubery recruitment company supports grass roots sport

A Rubery based recruitment company is supporting local grass roots football in the area. For every recruitment job they take, Lean Recruitment Enterprise Ltd will...

[UPDATED] Man injured as armed masked men threaten staff in Rubery store robbery

One member of staff was injured during a robbery at Farm Foods in Rubery last night as masked men, one of who was armed...

Cold callers: If in doubt, keep them OUT

If someone calls at your door without an appointment, consider the following advice (please share this advice with elderly friends, neighbours and relatives): Check to...

[FOUND] Missing Northfield pensioner Harry H Ford, 75

UPDATE Weds 22nd Jan 7am. Harry has been found this morning, cycling on the M6! Thanks to all that shared the family's appeal x We...

New community choir for Northfield

Do you live in Northfield? Do you like to sing but don't fancy the idea of a formal choir? A new community choir has been...