ndcbrumNorthfield District Convention 2014 will take place on Saturday 29th November at the Factory Youth Centre in Longbridge and will focus on residents, local government, businesses and organisations working together to make Northfield District a better place to live.

The convention will be opened by Northfield Councillors Brett O’Reilly (Labour) and Randal Brew (Conservative).

There will be a presentation, Help Make a Difference in Your Community, by Paul Slatter, Director of The Chamberlain Forum, a Birmingham thinktank which helps community groups and residents work together to improve communities.

Attendees will then be able to join in informal discussion groups on local provision such as:

  • Libraries
  • Youth
  • Housing
  • Health and well being
  • Neighbourhood working

Feedback on the workshops will be presented before the convention is closed by Northfield MP Richard Burden.

Refreshments and a buffet lunch will be provided.

There will be a live Twitter feed for participation at the event and for those who can’t attend. Please use the hashtag #NDCBrum on Twitter to join in!

Representatives from private companies, third sector organisations, schools, colleges and local residents across Northfield District (Kings Norton, Longbridge, Northfield and Weoley wards) are invited to the event and are asked to book places by:

Event details:

  • When: Saturday 29 November 10am to 1pm
  • Where: The Factory Youth Centre, 5 Devon Way, Longbridge, B31 2TS

This event is organised by Birmingham City Council, Local Services Directorate, Northfield District, 1a Vineyard Road, Northfield. For further details, phone 0121 464 9812

Tweets from the event will appear below:


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