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This is your community

If you want to take an interest in the local community and what is happening, links under 'Stirchley' will point you to the Neighbourhood Forum and to website Stirchley.co.uk which is very informative.

The Neighbourhod Forum meets in Stirchley Community Centre on the first Monday of each month, with intersting speakers eg from health services, and the chance to ask councillors questions, and to comment on planning applications. It is your forum.

Another important chance to express your views is at the Neighbourhood Tasking Meetings. The neetings cover the Stirchley/King's Heath South police area, and meet at different venues. The police, councillors and other officers who attend hear about concerns and local issues, and the meeting will if necessary vote on the most important issues of the day, which require urgent attention. The nectx meetin will then hear what actions have orn have not been taken. This is an unusual and important experiment in local democracy most other areas do not have. Look out for information on this and other sites I have mentioned.

Fr Peter Kaye

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