Stirchley Ward meeting – 7th March

You are invited to the next Stirchley Ward meeting that is taking place as an in-person meeting on Monday 7th March, at 7pm, at Stirchley Baths Community Hub, 2-4 Bournville Lane, B30 2JT.

Please note this is not a Neighbourhood Forum meeting, rather one organised by the Stirchley Councillor, Mary Locke. The Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum meeting will take place as normal on Monday 14th March, this is a council-led meeting and a chance to hear from the councillor as well as updates from council officers.


  1. Welcome & Introductions from the Chair
  2. Update on New Train Station from Liam Brooker, West Midlands Rail Executive
  3. Great Birmingham Run Update from Garry Peal, Events Commissioning Manager 
  4. Commonwealth Games – Sarah Boundy, CWG Team will provide an overview of the Get Set for the Games programme, how partners will be working together, engaging local residents and businesses around the venues and road events routes
  5. Update on Dads Lane Community Centre from Steve Squires
  6. Update on the Fruit & Nut Village from Rob Tilling
  7. Local Issues/Updates

For more information, please contact Kay Thomas, Community Governance Manager, on email

Ward meeting – November 2021

Councillor Mary Locke will hosting the Stirchley Forum Ward meeting on Tuesday 30th November from 6:30pm, via zoom.

Join the meeting on Zoom
Meeting ID: 868 1815 7436
Passcode: 593194 


  • Welcome & Notice of Recording – Chair to advise those participating/listening to the online meeting that a recording will be available for future record on the council’s You Tube channel
  • Covid Update from Public Health, Nadeem Mohammed 
  • Local Anti-Bullying/Self Defence Project Update from Aimran Majid
  • Parks Update from Sue Amey, Parks Manger
  • Kier Highway Update from Stuart Cross, Local Highway Steward
  • Stirchley High Street Update from Darren Share, Assistant Director Street Scene
  • Councillor Update/ Local Issues/Updates

Stirchley at Heritage Open Day

On Saturday 18th September Stirchley Baths and Stirchley Library will be open for Heritage Open Day. Come along and take a look – or offer to help out on the day.
As a bonus this year the Church of the Ascension on Pineapple Grove will be open on Sunday afternoon (19th) and there will be tea on the Green. The Dads Lane Estate is nearly 100 years old, as is the original St Hugh’s Church. The ‘new’ church is almost 50 years old!

Stirchley History Group have been given a Ten Acres and Stirchley Cooperative Society confectionery order form (probably from the 1950s).
If you know how to make the following cakes please do get in touch;
Feathers, Cherry Wine, Boston Tart or a Pixie Pudding
The Heritage Open Days theme is Edible England so it would be great to have something to show visitors and recipes to share! 

March update

There are a couple of items of information that were raised at our meeting on 8th March and a Licensing application that has been brought to our notice – see below.

See also information and joining instructions for Cllr Locke’s Ward Forum meeting which is tomorrow (17th) at 7pm.

Baby Aid Birmingham is based in Stirchley but covers the whole city. Further information can be found at 

PCSO Blackford very much hopes that he or a colleague will be able to attend Neighbourhood Forum meetings in the future. He has sent through the following information for contact;

For a crime at the time it is always 999, if not an emergency 101 or go on line web chat, this means that the matter you are reporting is recorded and gets a log number  and the team will then know about it. If you just want to contact the team the other way is the team e-mail address and it is


Date: 17 March 2021

Start Time: 7pm


  1. Welcome & Notice of Recording – Chair of the meeting to advise residents listening/participating in the online meeting that a recording will be available for future record.
  2. Covid Update – Dino Motti, Public Health, will provide the latest information and answer questions
  3. Green Champions Programme – Hamira Sultan, Public Health, will explain about the Programme
  4. Clean Air Zone Update – Peter Edwards & Gemma Callow will provide the latest information and answer questions
  5. Ward Plan
  6. Local/ Councillor Updates including Dementia Ward Update

Link to Join Meeting

Contact: Karen Cheney, Head of Service NDSU

Applications made under the Licensing Act 2003

Received between 01/03/2021 and 07/03/2021
Ward: Stirchley

Application ref: 118704
Type of application: Premises
Sub type of application: Variation
Trading name: Stirchley Tap House
Type of premises: Bar
Trading address: Unit 3R1, 29b Maryvale Road, Stirchley, Birmingham, B30 2DA
Licence application received on: 05/03/2021 Last day for comments: 02/04/2021

Licensable activity and trading times:
Recorded music
12:00 22:30 Sunday
12:00 23:00 Monday
12:00 23:00 Tuesday
12:00 23:00 Wednesday
12:00 23:00 Thursday
12:00 23:00 Friday
12:00 23:00 Saturday
Licensable activity and trading times:
Sale of alcohol by retail (both on & off the premises)
12:00 22:00 Sunday
12:00 23:00 Monday
12:00 23:00 Tuesday
12:00 23:00 Wednesday
12:00 23:00 Thursday
12:00 23:00 Friday
12:00 23:00 Saturday
Licensable activity and trading times:
Hours premises are open to the public
11:30 22:30 Sunday
11:30 23:30 Monday
11:30 23:30 Tuesday
11:30 23:30 Wednesday
11:30 23:30 Thursday
11:30 23:30 Friday
11:30 23:30 Saturday

Councillor Locke’s next advice surgery

Stirchley’s representative, Councillor Mary Locke, will hold her next advice surgery online, via Microsoft Teams, on Friday 18th September 2020, between 12.00 noon – 1.00pm.

To attend, please use the link to join the Advice Surgery on this date to discuss your issues or concerns with Mary, Stirchley’s local councillor.