Councillor Mary Bateman.  Picture by Shaun Fellows / Shine Pix

Councillors Reports

I have started the year 2019 very much as I finished the year with a whole range of issues and objectives.

Cllr Rita Potter, and Mary Bateman and I, held three Advice Surgeries in January across Wednesfield North. These were held at – Ashmore Park Nursery School, Woodend Primary School and The Hub at Ashmore Park.

This is the headlines of the issues and cases I am dealing with which I opened   and I am now active on at the end of January.

Charitable and Funday Activities that we are involved with during January

  • Wednesfield in Bloom attended organisational meeting, made many individual actions around the organisation. Held a public meeting in January on Ashmore Park. Lots of other activity around the required arrangements.
  • #Stuff4Steph Charitable activities start and organisation help for the Opening event on the 6th July 2019 and making arrangements for activity over the following six days!
  • Wednesfield Canal Festival – A two-day event scheduled for the 10th & 11th August 2019 a number of meetings attended, and lots of individual actions.

Individual Case Work Opened in January and activated. These are new cases.

21 new pieces of case work opened. I have also attended 8 Meetings with individuals and organisations.

 

  • Bike Station
  • 5 Housing cases
  • 3 Police issues
  • Road safety
  • Cycling
  • Blue Badge
  • Canal & River Trust
  • Vandalism
  • School Admission
  • Litter
  • Dog Waste
  • Animal Welfare
  • Pot Hole
  • 2 Welfare Rights.

An active January, and now we are quickly moving in to February.  Please keep an eye on social media for events reports and activities.

 

 

 

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Phil Bateman

Phil Bateman is Married to Mary and lives in Wednesfield North. He was a long serving local politician having served previously on the now defunct West Midlands County Council... read more

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