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PRESS RELEASE: Friends vow to reverse Council decision on Lottery bid

PRESS RELEASE Friends vow to reverse Council decision on Lottery bid 17th December 2012 The Friends of Moseley Road Baths are dismayed to learn of ...

Council fail to submit HLF bid

We learnt earlier this week that the Council’s bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for Phase 1 of restoration work to the building will not be p...

Council recommend rejecting developer’s supermarket plans!

PONTCANNA PINE UPDATE Great news yesterday that Cardiff Council have AGAIN recommended rejecting the developer’s proposed supermarket plans f...

They’re back… Co-op Supermarket Planned for Pontcanna Pine site

As anticipated, despite having their proposals recommended for rejection last time and OVERWHELMING PUBLIC CRITICISM OF THE PLANS the developers ha...

Astounding response to Heritage Consultation!

We have seen an overwhelmingly positive response to the consultation work that Birmingham Conservation Trust have been doing as part of the bid to ...

Scoop it Up: Council cracks down on dog fouling

Irresponsible dog owners are being asked to sit up and take notice after two Leeds people fell foul of the law. Following a clamp down on people wh...

Morfa Beach campaign’s election hopes

CAMPAIGNERS fighting to protect access to Morfa Beach have said they are confident local councillors will support their campaign after this week’s ...

Campaign launched to free up traffic in town

Local businessman Brian Sweeney has started an online petition to restore the two lane traffic system at the start of Main Street in Newcastle. The...

Notice of AGM

The Friends of Moseley Road Baths have their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 12th April at 7:30pm at Anderton Park Children’s Centre on De...

Fairtrade Newcastle steering group formed

The Fairtrade Newcastle campaign has formed its first steering group. The group has set itself the target of achieving Fairtrade Town status for Ne...

£3million match-funding approved for HLF bid

Cllr Mullaney has sent us this update on progress with the HLF bid.  Let’s push to make sure that this £3m of match funding doesn’t sud...

Baths reopening put back AGAIN

We have received an update on the work currently being done at Moseley Road Baths from Cllr Martin Mullaney. His letter addressed to our group puts...

Baths reopening now scheduled for mid-Jan

Here is Cllr Mullaney’s latest update on work to the Baths, dated 29th September. I attended a meeting this afternoon with the contractors wh...

Calling all Zombies to campaign against Sainsbury’s in Stoke Newington

Stokey Local, the campaign opposing the proposed Sainsbury’s development just off  Stoke Newington Church Street is planning a new day of actio...

Baths to reopen after Christmas

Update on Moseley Road baths –25th August 2011 – just in from Cllr Mullaney The date for the re-opening of Moseley Road baths has been put ...

Legal challenge for council’s plan to axe deaf children’s support

The National Deaf Children’s Society is taking legal action against Stoke-on-Trent Council over its “reckless” cuts to educationa...

The Forest – ten days to raise £100,000

With ten days to go before they must vacate 3 Bristo Place, and the Forest is having one last has decided to try to raise the money to buy the buil...

Elderly Care to be Flogged Off to Lowest Bidder in Discredited Internet Auction

Elderly Care in Stoke-on-Trent is to be flogged off to the lowest bidder in an auction on the internet where the lowest bidder wins called a revers...

Longton Park Carve Up Continues

Stoke-on-Trent City Council continue going ahead with proposals to sell off parts of Queens Park in Longton despite a live covenant preventing such...

“Second Battle of Nantwich” leaflet misleading, says Mayor

The Mayor of Nantwich has called for brownfield sites in the town to be prioritised for future development. And Cllr Arthur Moran says leaflets war...

Petition – In the Public Interest

I’m sure that just like me you’ve been shocked, outraged and angered by the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World. But it̵...

Isle of Wight Library Friends Respond To High Court Decision

Read the latest Newsletter from the Friends of the Isle of Wight Library Service: following the High Court rejecting an application to bring a judi...

“We Want To Swim” Demo

As the six-week school summer holidays got underway a group of frustrated parents and children descended on Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath to ...

Join us for a ‘swim’

Dear MRB Supporter, With Moseley Road Baths set to remain closed for the whole of the school holidays we’re inviting you (and if possible, yo...

Willfield Call-in Agenda Published

The campaign to keep open the Willfield Centre in Bentilee moves to its next phase with the publication of the agenda for the meeting of the Adults...

Extremist conference to be met with protest

Anti-extremist protestors are to hold a demonstration tomorrow outside a meeting in the East End being organised by a hardline Islamic organisation...

Baths reopening delayed (again!)

We are sorry to have to tell you but we have now been informed that the pool will not be re-opening on July 15th as had been hoped. Following enqui...

Council denies staff ‘campaigned for Labour’

Claims that a group of Tower Hamlets Council employees campaigned for the Labour Party during their official working hours have been denied by the ...

Decisions on Sparkhill Baths Rebuilding

Tonight a discussion on the rebuilding of Sparkhill Pool and Fitness Centre will take place at the Hall Green Constituency Committee. We would enco...

Baths to reopen in July

We received this update from Cllr Mullaney last night: Update on Moseley Road baths -8th June 2011 First of all we have a new date for the re-openi...

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