PLEASE NOTE – This event is now FULLY BOOKED. We will aim to get resources and information online as soon as the event as possible.
Oliver Letwin, Minister of State for Policy and advocate for the ‘neighbourly society’ within the Conservative Party is the guest at Balsall Heath Forum on 11 April. He will be meeting residents and getting an update on progress in the area. Balsall Heath in Birmingham is one of the neighbourhoods identified by the Coalition [...]
Neighbourhood Forums, Community First panels and other groups interested in setting up local websites in Birmingham are invited to take up support from Chamberlain Forum and Community Network 4 Birmingham. Any local group can set up, and get support to manage, a neighbourhood website for free as part of a project to extend local websites to cover 100 city neighbourhoods.
The next Chamberlain Forum meeting features Councillor Steve Bedser (Birmingham City Council Shadow Cabinet member for Adult & Community Services) and other guests for a discussion of the future of local health and social care services in Birmingham. We’ll be looking at how the Health & Social Care Bill and other changes affecting health and [...]
Chamberlain Forum is working with Wolverhampton City Council to organise an information session on the Localism Act and what it means for the voluntary sector in the city. The session will be on Thursday 23 February 2012 in Committee Room 3 , Civic Centre, St Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton 2-5pm. It will cover:- An introduction to [...]
Join the Chamberlain Forum, Councillor John Cotton (Birmingham City Council Shadow Cabinet member for Local Services and Community Safety) and other guests for a discussion of the future of localisation and devolution in Birmingham. We’ll be looking at how devolution of decision making and the localisation of services in Birmingham could be revitalised in the [...]