Closing 26 nurseries – what it means for Adderley Nursery School and Children’s Centre

Nicky Hinchliff, Deputy Head of Adderley Nursery School and Children’s Centre, explains what the closure would mean for the local community. This what she said at the  rally supporting the campaign to save the children’s centres on Saturday 22 July in Victoria Square. Continue reading

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The Birmingham Bin workers battle against wage cuts and redundancies

The latest failure by Birmingham City Council to defend jobs and services against the swingeing cuts of this Tory government is leading to rubbish mounting up in the streets and around the base of tower blocks, causing a fire and health hazard, and also to mounting queues of citizens’ cars at waste disposal sites. Continue reading

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Save the 26 Children’s Centres – the campaign spreads

Parents, staff, GMB and local politicians lobby the government. Labour MPs Richard Burden, Steve McCabe and Jack Dromey call on the City Council to re-think.

Come to the rally supporting the campaign to save the children’s centres tomorrow Saturday 22 July from 11am to 2pm in Victoria Square, Birmingham.  Continue reading

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Save Our Children’s Centres Saturday 22 July 11-2 Victoria Sq

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Public sector worker wages down thousands in 2017, finds TUC

Public sector workers’ real wages in 2017 are down thousands of pounds a year compared to 2010, the TUC has found. Continue reading

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Save Our Children Centres Demo Saturday 22 July 11am~2pm Victoria Square Birmingham

GMB B49 branch will be holding a community demonstration about the potential closure of 26 of Birmingham Children’s Centres. The event will be free to attend for children and families and children’s activities including a face painter will be available. Continue reading

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The Council plans closures of Children’s Centres and Nurseries – Have your say at the consultation meetings

They say:

The way that we deliver children’s centres, health visiting services and parenting support services in Birmingham is changing. Have your say on our proposals for a new service model that will bring these services together, for you, in your local area. Continue reading

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