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Weoley Hill Village Council is a residents’ association which is elected to represent the interest of people in the Weoley Hill area.

The Council serves as an important link between residents and public bodies like BVT, the City Council, the police, and Birmingham University.

It deals with matters of local concern that impact on the general well-being and community life of the area.

The Council is also responsible for organising some of Weoley Hill’s most popular events.

These include the annual bonfire event, which the Council organise in partnership with Weoley Hill Cricket Club and Scout Group.

Council meetings are held once a month on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm at Weoley Hill Village Hall. There is a break in August and December.

If you would like to join or support the work of the Council, please contact them direct by calling the chair of Weoley Hill Village Council, Alan Moody, on 0121 475 7682 or emailing alan.moody@hotmail.co.uk

The Council, established in 1921, is keen to communicate widely with the community and they publish the Weoley Hill Village News and have an online blog.

You can sign up to the blog by visiting www.weoleyhillvillagenews.wordpress.com

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