The KEW eMag February 2013

KEW eMag LogoA hotchpotch of miscellany to amuse KEW Residents and Owners
Produced by Geoff Caine

Editorial

Canal between Phase 1 and 2

Just as we relaxed and were thinking we were having a mild winter!

News is in short supply at this time of year – everyone is recovering from the end of year festivities.

Nevertheless, I hope you find something of interest in this month’s eMag, 

If you have any comments on the content please email me.

Contents

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Sculpture of Charles BlondinHow Should Funding be Allocated to Local Ladywood Groups?

There’s nearly £51,00o of Government money available for the local community. But it needs to be allocated  wisely otherwise it will be CUT!
Please give your views.

(Sculpture of Charles Blondin in the Ladywood Middleway section of the Middle Ring Road in Birmingham, England. It celebrates his crossing of the Edgbaston Reservoir on a tightrope in 1873.)

Sculpture of Charles Blondin in the Ladywood Middleway section of the Middle Ring Road in Birmingham, England. It celebrates his crossing of the Edgbaston Reservoir on a tightrope in 1873.

NIA Redevelopment Public Meeting

I went to the second Redevelopment Engagement Night run by the NEC Group  team whose job it is to manage the major redevelopment of the National Indoor Arena.
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Bus Shelter

Find Your Way the Sustainable Way

Do your bit, when you feel so inclined, to help the environment and slow global warming by leaving your car behind and using public transport. But how?

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New Street Station

Update on Birmingham Building Projects

The Demolition of Paradise Circus and creation of a new focal point for central Birmingham gets outline planning permission.
And why is the Library of Birmingham building site taking over more of Centenary Square?
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Attwood Green Health Centre

New Attwood Green Health Centre Visited and I Win a Competition

Chosen by many KEW Residents as their medical centre Colston Health Centre is moving to new premises and a new name.

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