Saturday (October 20th) saw Birmingham hold its second “Diwali on the Square” Celebration in Victoria Square Birmingham. Diwali is an ancient festival that's celebrated every year and is also known as Deepavali meaning the Festival of Lights.
As Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group, Councillor Debbie Clancy attended the launch of the Voices of World War 1 exhibition in the Library of Birmingham on 4th October 2018. November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice of the Great War.
The Conservative Group on Birmingham City Council have today submitted their consultation response to Labour’s proposals for a charging Clean Air Zone, calling for an urgent rethink on plans which will see private vehicles charged up to £12.50 a day to travel inside the middle ring road.
Cllr Debbie Clancy & Cllr Peter Fowler are very pleased to have attended the Royal British Legion Pop In Centre in New Street,to hear about the RBL’s WW1 ‘Thank You movement’ with Thank you to other colleagues from BCC, Warwickshire& Solihull Council’s.
Underpinned by growth plans the Conservatives put in place when in control of Birmingham City Council prior to 2012, supported by substantial infrastructure investment from the Conservative UK Government via City Growth deals and led more recently by the work of the Conservative Mayor of the West
The Council budget papers show the Council are getting more than £88m extra in funding this year than they were anticipating when they set their 4 year budget in 2016, a budget the Labour Leader said would balance over those 4 years.
The Conservative Group welcome the commitment of the Council to review its processes for handing allegations of staff misconduct following concerns raised by Conservative Group Leader Robert Alden in response to data released under Freedom of Information requests, as reported in the Times Newspap
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