Commenting on the figures, Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak said:

Nearly 80 local residents filed into the Elim Church Centre in Exeter Road, Selly Oak, last Thursday night, for the latest round of discussions on the Katie Road NHS Walk in Centre. The saga has been ongoing for nearly 18 months now since local MP Steve McCabe discovered that the Cross City Clinical Commissioning Group and the Health and Well Being Board were engaged in discussions which cast a doubt over the future of this popular and extremely well used health facility.



The Royal Mail is campaigning to reduce the number of dog attacks on postal workers and to encourage responsible dog ownership during Dog Awareness Week which runs to the 4 July.


Steve McCabe MP is working with Royal Mail in encouraging dogs owners to play their part in reducing the number of incidents.


Steve McCabe MP is inviting local residents to a meeting at Elim Church, Selly Oak on Thursday 10 July at 7.15pm with NHS CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group representatives to have their say in the city wide urgent care review pre-consultation and find out what the CCG’s plans are for Katie Road Walk-In Centre. 



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Selly Oak Year 11 Students give the official World Cup song a run for its money with their very own World Cup song. Recorded in June 2014 for charity, the talented students performed all drums, percussion and vocals to create a very catchy tune to cheer the England Team on and capture World Cup fever.

Birmingham’s Health for Life in primary schools programme has celebrated the opening of a ‘green gym’ and fruit orchard with Steve McCabe MP for Selly Oak and employee volunteers from Mondelēz International and programme partners, The Conservation Volunteers (TCV).  

Steve McCabe MP has praised the introduction of a brand new local IT Hub designed to help young people in Birmingham improve their IT skills.

This Carers Week, Steve McCabe MP has called for Birmingham City Council to be open and honest about their plans for Kingswood Drive Bungalows, a local service that offers respite for carers.

He toured the charity and its flagship education service TreeHouse School and saw pupils developing their vocational skills by working in its dedicated shop. He also discussed progress of the charity’s Ruled Out campaign and heard what can be done to stop the 4 in 10 children with autism being informally excluded form school.


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