Council remembers its war heroes ahead of Armed Forces Day

Birmingham City Council is proud to accommodate 2,147 Commonwealth War Graves in its cemeteries, the city playing a key role in both world wars.

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Council remembers its war heroes ahead of Armed Forces Day

Birmingham City Council is proud to accommodate 2,147 Commonwealth War Graves in its cemeteries, the city playing a key role in both world wars.

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Helping those in rent arrears

Cllr Sharon Thompson, cabinet member for homes and neighbourhoods, talks about helping those in rent arrears.

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Why Birmingham is supporting Black Pound Day

Cllr Sharon Thompson, Cabinet Member for Homes and Neighbourhoods talks about why Birmingham is backing Black Pound Day – a national campaign which encourages people to buy from a Black-owned business one day a month.

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The right time to change right-to-buy?

By Cabinet Member for Homes and Neighbourhoods, Cllr Sharon Thompson

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A moment in time to do things better

Cllr Sharon Thompson, Birmingham City Council’s ambassador for addressing rough sleeping and homelessness, talks about tackling homelessness.

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