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Welcome to the website for Selly Park South Neighbourhood Forum
Selly Park South Neighbourhood Forum is our residents' community group. The forum's purpose is:
- to raise awareness of issues and developments in the community
- to provide an open forum for neighbours to raise local issues for discussion, and bring them to the attention of councillors, the police and other local government representatives
- to enable local community groups to make connections with residents
- to help and support in building communities in the neighbourhood
We represent residents in the area from Pershore Road to the River Rea, between Pershore Avenue and Dogpool Lane in the Selly Park area of south Birmingham - made up of the five street block of Kitchener/Hobson/Cecil/ Fashoda/Manila and the streets off Pershore Road between Holly and Pershore avenues
Visit the Your Forum page for local events, meetings, news, information and calendar
Welcome to new neighbours
We bid all new residents a warm welcome, including students for whom Selly Park South will be their temporary home while studying. We hope your time here will be happy and we hope you will get involved in the life of our local community. Please look around the website to find out more about the neighbourhood and if you have any questions please do get in touch with us via the Contact Us page.
In particular you will find it helpful for you to know the City Council arrangements for refuse and recycling collection. Please do stick to these arrangements to avoid uncollected rubbish spoiling the neighbourhood.
Please refer to the appropriate section of our HOME PAGE for latest information on these arrangements.
About the Selly Park South Neighbourhood Forum
The main objective of the Selly Park South Neighbourhood Forum is to enhance and maintain the quality of the area in which we live, by:
Discussing and influencing issues affecting the local community
Informing the public of social developments
Undertaking research for public benefit
Advancing education and doing other such things that encourage people to show an interest in the area and to bring together residents and others on a regular basis in order to address community issues of common interest and concern.
Promoting the active involvement of residents in decision making.
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