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Cllr Ian Shires: LibDem - Willenhall North

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Travelers Update 

21 Jul 17

Just to give you a heads up on the travelers, Having spent most of this week getting them off King George’s in Bloxwich and of land in Pelsall we have now been informed that they have rocked up in Bentley Lane, Short Heath.


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Update on Unauthorised Encampment – King George’s Bloxwich 

19 Jul 17

Have had a number of inquiries about the travelers currently on King George’s Bloxwich.


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Seven Kinds of Magic – The New Art Gallery Walsall 

19 Jul 17

This exhibition comprises original illustrations by Quentin Blake for 7 books in which magic appears in different forms, including The Witches by Roald Dahl, shown alongside works from our Permanent Collection chosen by House of Illustration, in …


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Liberal Democrat Councillors fight your corner on the Council and the West Midlands Region 

18 Jul 17

The coalition between Labour and the Liberal Democrats remains firmly in control of Walsall Council following its annual meeting which took place towards the end of May.


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West Midlands Combined Authority gets £5.84m from Government to help keep traffic moving 

7 Jul 17

WMCA Thursday 06 July 2017 Improved roads, reduced congestion and better journey times are the target in a £5.84m programme of improvements underway across the West Midlands.


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Council consultation on charging for garden waste collection 

14 Jun 17

In line with many other councils Walsall Council has begun a consultation about charging for collecting Garden Waste.


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Some good news about roads in north Willenhall 

14 Jun 17

Some good news about roads in our area.


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Those missing Freepost Leaflets…. 

11 Jun 17

Getting very concerned about the number of residents in Walsall North who have told us that they did not receive anything off the Lib Dems during the recent General Election campaign.


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The shame of child poverty in the world’s 5th richest nation 

4 Jun 17

The UK’s record on child poverty is woeful given that we are supposed to be the 5th richest nation in the world.


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Find out what schools in your community are likely to lose in funding due to government cuts 

30 May 17

You don’t need to be a genius to know that something has gone wrong with education.


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Tories retreat to Brexit to hide their Nasty Party image 

30 May 17

Don’t be fooled by Theresa May’s Tories retreat to familiar Brexit territory in a bid to regain lost ground after heavy mauling following the manifesto launch.


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Walsall’s new Mayor’s inclusive style cuts across party lines 

24 May 17

Cllr Marco Longhi Walsall’s 640th Mayor Marco Longhi was unanimously elected by his fellow councillors as Walsall’s Mayor for 2017/18 at the Annual Meeting of the full council on Monday evening.


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Consideration being given to creating the longest Local Nature Reserve in the West Midlands 

22 May 17

Walsall Council’s Labour/Liberal Democrat Cabinet will be considering a report in July on work which has been progressing between Walsall MBC and the City of Wolverhampton Council, Canal and River Trust and Natural England to designate a new Local…


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Walsall Council prepares to swear in new Mayor 

22 May 17

As the current Mayor of Walsall Cllr Kath Phillips prepares to bow out at the end of her year office a new incumbent, Cllr Marco Longhi, is preparing to be sworn in at the Annual Meeting this evening.


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New plan brings together public and private sectors working with local communities for the common good 

18 May 17

Special Cabinet: Thursday 18 May 2017 @ 6.00 pm @ Walsall Council House.


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Anna Wellings Purvis chosen as Lib Dem candidate for Walsall South 

12 May 17

Walsall Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce details of their Candidates in the upcoming General Election on 8th June Walsall South – Anna Wellings Purvis Anna qualified as a Science Teacher and she taught students aged 11-18 until curriculum …


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Isabelle Parasram chosen as Lib Dem Candidate for Walsall North 

12 May 17

Walsall Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce details of their Candidates in the upcoming General Election on 8th June: Walsall North – Isabelle Parasram ( http://www.


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Ian Garrett chosen as Lib Dem candidate for Aldridge/Brownhills 

12 May 17

Walsall Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce details of their Candidates in the upcoming General Election on 8th June Aldridge / Brownhills – Ian Garrett   ( http://www.


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Giving our children the best start in life – Change Britain’s future by Saving our Schools 

11 May 17

I received this email  of Sarah Olney the Liberal Democrats Shadow Education Secretary.


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Liberal Democrats to fight all three local Parliamentary Constituences 

10 May 17

Local Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce that the nomination paperwork was given the OK by the Elections Office at Walsall Council .


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Cuts to school’s budgets puts further pressure on SEND pupils 

10 May 17

Across the country there are increasing numbers of pupils with special educational and disabilities (SEND) are at risk of being denied mainstream schooling because of Government cuts to school funding .


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Cuts to school’s budgets puts further pressure on SEND pupils 

4 May 17

Across the country there are increasing numbers of pupils with special educational and disabilities (SEND) are at risk of being denied mainstream schooling because of Government cuts to school funding .


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Work due to start on the final stages of resurfacing Coppice Lane and Lucknow Road 

4 May 17

Work is due to start Saturday 6th May on the final stages of resurfacing Coppice Lane and Lucknow Road Willenhall between The Coppice and Spring Lane.


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Is it any wonder people get fed up with politicians 

27 Apr 17

There are two things that get right up my nose when it comes to politics.


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Don’t let the Tories hide their dirty washing behind BREXIT 

20 Apr 17

Continued austerity measures are hitting hard working people across the UK whilst the super-rich have seen their net worth more than double.


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Have your say about what New Invention needs and what part you can play 

20 Apr 17

Published by  New Invention Area ‏   @ New_Inventionco 10h 10 hours ago More Come along and join the buzz in # newinvention on Saturday..


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Lib Dem Cllrs Advice Surgeries are closed over the Easter Break 

13 Apr 17

There will be a Lib Dem Councillor’s Surgery today as usual at New Invention Library, The Square, Lichfield Road.


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An insight into the work of a councillor 

12 Apr 17

Over time many people have asked for an insight into the kind of things that councillors do in the course of their work on the council.


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Brown Bin garden waste collection should now be back on track 

10 Apr 17

New letters have gone out to those areas where the initial garden waste brown bins collection information was incorrect.


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Improvement starts to major link to Willenhall Town Centre 

9 Apr 17

Work has begun on much needed maintenance to a section of a major route through Short Heath to Willenhall Town Centre.


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The saga of the missed brown bins 

6 Apr 17

Brown bins collections restarted this week following the winter break and already had a number of calls from irate residents who have simply been left out.


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Lib Dems welcome much needed improvements along busy commuter route 

5 Apr 17

Work will be starting this week on much needed maintenance along Coppice Lane and Lucknow Road from the Amery Island through to Spring Lane.


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Changes to Street Cleansing from 1st April 2017 

4 Apr 17

Walsall Council’s Clean Green service has been re-designed to maximise the use of the resources they have whilst minimising the impact that will inevitably occur to neighbourhood areas as a direct result of budget cuts forced on the Labour/Liberal…


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New Invention Community come together to create a HIVE of activity 

28 Mar 17

Back in October last year Walsall Council had only sufficient funding to keep one library open and that was the Central Library next to the Council House in Walsall town centre thanks to continuing austerity measures from Mrs May’s Tories at …


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Walsall Works Jobs Fair. 

27 Mar 17

Walsall Works, in connection with Black Country Impact and various partners are hosting the Walsall Works Jobs Fair.


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Advanced warnings of road works in the Short Heath area 

24 Mar 17

There are some works being carried out on behalf of the council on the following roads Coppice Lane, (at canal bridge) Knightsbridge, Short Heath – Carriageway patching works from the 06/04/2017 to 07/054/17 between 0930 – 1600.


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Improved access to public transport is key to Willenhall Revival says Beverley Nielsen 

24 Mar 17

Willenhall liberal Democrats have welcomed the news that the West Midlands Combined Authority is set to start a number of extensions to Midland Metro.


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New Invention Community come together to create a HIVE of activity 

23 Mar 17

Back in October last year Walsall Council had only sufficient funding to keep one library open and that was the Central Library next to the Council House in Walsall town centre thanks to continuing austerity measures from Mrs May’s Tories at …


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So what’s all this about a Metro Mayor? 

19 Mar 17

In May 2017 a number of areas will be electing a metro mayor for the first time.


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You can fool some of the people all of the time……. 

13 Mar 17

You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.


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Tories Break Five Year Tax Lock Election Promise 

10 Mar 17

Remember this? So it was more than a bombshell to the many self employed workers across Willenhall and the wider borough of Walsall when the Chancellor announced a tax hike to their National Insurance contributions.


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Continued government austerity measures frustrate efforts of Health and Wellbeing Board 

8 Mar 17

Walsall’s Health and Wellbeing Board met this week to discuss a range of topics ranging from the work of the Safeguarding Children’s Board, through to bringing together all the local agencies in a single Health and Wellbeing Strategy to form the …


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Upcoming Road Closure in New Invention 

3 Mar 17

Beacon Road at its junction with the A462 Essington Road, is set to be closed from the 6th March to the 23rd March to enable contractors working for National Grid (Gas) to carry out some much needed gas main renewal.


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Government can’t keep fobbing off its responsibilities onto Councils say Lib Dems 

1 Mar 17

Walsall like seventy eight per cent of all metropolitan councils will be raising council tax bills by the maximum 4.99% allowed in 2017/18.


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Walsall Council Budget – New Invention Library, 

24 Feb 17

Back in October last year Walsall Council only had sufficient funding to keep one library open and that was the Central Library next to the Council House in Walsall.


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Labour/LibDem Budget gets council consent 

24 Feb 17

The Labour/Liberal Democrat Coalition succeeded in getting their four-year Budget Plan through at last night’s special Budget council meeting though storm Doris almost plunged the Council into chaos as one Labour Councillor was stranded in the East…


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Walsall Council Budget – Update 

24 Feb 17

Published by danielbarker on 24 February, 2017 If it had been a sporting contest, there would now be allegations about match-fixing.


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Walsall Council Budget – New Invention Library, 

23 Feb 17

Back in October last year Walsall Council only had sufficient funding to keep one library open and that was the Central Library next to the Council House in Walsall.


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Walsall Council meets tonight to decide budget 

23 Feb 17

Walsall Council meets tonight in full session tonight to debate the budget being put forward by the Labour/LibDem administration for 2017 to 2021 against the backdrop of continuing austerity measures by the Conservatives at Westminster .


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Grot Spot Walkabout 

17 Feb 17

Went on a walkabout pointing out some of the fly tipping grot spots around New Invention to Walsall Housing Group and Walsall Council’s Clean and Green Team.







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