Brierley Hill Community Forum was set up in 2003 to bring groups and individuals together to engage with the regeneration plans for the area and to add value to the splendid work already being undertaken for the benefit of Brierley Hill. After a successful period the Forum is now calling a meeting to consider its future.
Brierley Hill Community Forum General Meeting Monday 18th March 2013, 7.30pm, Insight House, Pearson Street, Brierley Hill You are cordially invited to the above meeting which aims to bring together people and communities in the wider Brierley Hill area to share information, to develop a vision for the area and to add value to the work […]
Brierley Hill Community Forum has decided to relaunch its newsletter – distributed free to clubs, societies and residents across the town. Shona Gilsenan who chairs the Forum has started work on pulling the articles together. If you would like to contribute to the newsletter then please contact Shona on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday saw local residents being given their chance to have a say on parking issues in Brierley Hill town centre when the Community Forum’s open meeting met at Bank Street Methodist Church. Those attending the meeting heard that the introduction of car park charging at Merry Hill was, for legal reasons, some time off. But […]
The starting time of next meeting of Brierley Hill Community Forum has been brought forward to 4.30 pm to accommodate visiting speakers. The main item of businesss on the agenda is car parking in the area. Dudley’s engineer with responsibility for car parking, Martyn Holloway, will be in attendace to listen to residents concerns.
Partners in Brierley Hill are set to meet to see if a vital advice centre in the town can be revived. The Signpost shop a multi-agency advice, information and guidance centre in Brierley Hill closed its doors in December despite having over 5000 visitors during its last twelve months of operation. Now Citizens Advice Bureau […]
Our speakers are Emma Hindes from Westfield, Cllr Judy Foster on the Police Authority and we have a presentation on Hawbush Community Gardens.
The Forum will take place tonight from 6pm to 8pm at Bank Street Methodist Church. All welcome.