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Meeting of the Endeavour Co-operative Trust Stakeholder Forum

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Tuesday 7th October, 4pm at Turves Green Girls’ School, B31 4BP,  Main Hall. All Welcome. Earlier this year Turves Green Girls’ School and Cofton Primary School...
Pupils at ARK Rose Primary Academy in Kings Norton, Birmingham

Choosing a Primary School Place for Your Child

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Over the coming months parents will be making important decisions about which primary school to send their child. To help parents and children decide...

Rubery Barn Dance Club

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From Stephen Woodcock: Rubery Barn Dance Club meets weekly on a Tuesday evening from 8-10pm The club meets at Rubery Leisure Centre, in Holywell Lane. Rubery....

Learn Tae Kwon-Do at Hawkesley Community Centre

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From Jason Rogers 4th Dan, Elite TKD Academy Many families, children and adults within the Birmingham area's choose Elite TaeKwon-Do Academy to be their Martial Arts...

Tory campaign to target Northfield while in city for party conference

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On the eve of the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, Prime Minister David Cameron has supported his candidate for Northfield, Rachel Maclean in an...

ARK Kings Academy Offers Free Uniform for New Year 7s

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ARK Kings Academy has listened to the concerns of parents about the cost of school uniform and will be offering a free school uniform to every new...

Vital Northfield community organisation becomes a charity

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A Northfield high street organisation which supports the local community has been awarded charitable status and hopes to expand their work. Initially formed to address the...

Top sportswear chain creates 15 new jobs with Northfield opening

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Top sportswear store JD Sports is to open in Northfield Shopping Centre next month creating 15 new jobs. The new store, close to the busy...

Good Grub

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We may not all be star bakers but Northfield residents will now be given the chance to improve their culinary skills thanks to three...

Premises License Granted for Possible Sainsbury Development

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The Licensing Sub-Committee met this morning in Room 2 of Birmingham City Council House. Despite both Local Councillors, Local Labour MP Richard Burden and a...

Transition week at Turves Green Girls’ School, by Megan Ray, Year 7

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On Tuesday 2nd September it was my first day at Senior School. We all started the day in the Main Hall where we met our...

Swimming club suspended from using Northfield Pool following conviction of former chairman for child...

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A naturist swimming club that meets weekly at Northfield Pool and Leisure Centre has been suspended from using the facilities pending a full investigation,...

Animal rescue calls for help rehoming cats after rescuing 2 kittens abandoned in cardboard...

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These two little ones were found in a cardboard box in Selly Oak yesterday evening by Emily Waldron and were in a state with...

Armed officers called to Longbridge

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Armed officers from West Midlands Police were called to Longbridge Lane this afternoon, following a report of youths with a firearm or pellet gun. The...

Police investigate Hawkesley assault

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West Midlands Police are investigating an assault which took place in Kings Norton at around 2pm on Saturday (13th September) Police were called to Teviot...

ROAD CLOSURE: Busy Kings Norton road to remain closed due to collapsed sewer

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Severn Trent Water have confirmed that Redditch Road in Kings Norton is likely to remain closed until Friday (19th September) while they work...