[et_pb_section bb_built="1"][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text _builder_version="3.0.92" background_layout="light"] On 9 March 2017, the Chancellor of the Exchequer came up to Birmingham. It was the day after the Spring 2017 Budget. He announced, amongst many other things, a package of £17.5m that the Conservaative government is pumping into the Midlands region through the LEPs (Local Enterprise Partnerships). Redditch was … Continue reading Where is the promised £5m for Redditch Town Centre?
In February 2018, Redditch Borough Council published a discussion paper by Brendan Nevin regarding the Redditch economy. His job was to be an independent voice on where Redditch is right now, and what it needs to do going forwards to keep up with the rest of the region. It's not easy to find as it … Continue reading The Brendan Nevin Report underlines the urgent need to #UnlockRedditch
I was delighted to be joined on the campaign trail by Rachel Maclean MP who joined our Saturday Action Team along with borough councillors and Conservative supporters to deliver leaflets and knock doors around Jersey Close in Church Hill North. We spoke to many residents in the closes around this area, including one lovely gentleman … Continue reading Campaign Diary: 10th Feb
Happy New Year! I hope you had a good Christmas break. I know you have been aching to get to 2018 so you can vote in the local elections in May, so I'll get straight down to business 🙂 Today I did a walkabout through Church Hill to talk to residents, look for problems and … Continue reading My Walkabout on Saturday 6th January 2018
You can use the image below to check which bin to put out in 2018. Bookmark this page for easy access later. If you are unable to access the image you can click the link below for the PDF version. RBC Recycling-Bin Collection Guide 2018. When is Bin Collection Day for Church Hill, Redditch? Bins … Continue reading Redditch Bin Collection Calendar 2018: Which bin should I put out tonight?
As a mark of respect we in the Conservative Party do not campaign on Armistice Day or Remembrance Sunday. Instead we turn up to the services and pay our respects to all those who have served our country. This year both days fell one after the other and so we had a Remembrance Weekend. Next … Continue reading Remembrance Weekend
Today started with some campaigning in the southern parts of Church Hill, around Seven Acres Lane. Once we got to 11am it was time to go to St. Andrew's Methodist Church to the 'Meet the Green Spaces Team' event organised by Church Hill Big Local Partnership. Disclaimer: The Church Hill Big Local Partnership is a … Continue reading Campaign Diary – 4th November
Today I attended the Church Hill PACT meeting to hear from the community, Borough Councillors, police and one of our County Councillors, Tom Baker-Price. Cllr Baker-Price reported that Sandhurst Close is due for resurfacing in the next financial year, which is great news for residents there. Cllr Pat Witherspoon updated everyone on works around the play … Continue reading Church Hill PACT – November Meeting Notes
I would like to thank the Church Hill Big Local Partnership in conjunction with St. Andrews Church for putting on a fantastic screening of Moana for the local children during half term. My eldest daughter loved the experience, especially the free popcorn. It was great to see so many people turn up. The community in … Continue reading Thanks to Church Hill Big Local Partnership & St Andrews Church for Half Term Film Fun