It has been a busy week ahead of a big day for the Mitchell family. After two consecutive Covid-inflicted delays, I’m delighted that my daughter Rosie’s wedding is finally going ahead today.
Up and down the Royal Town people have been getting into the Jubilee spirit. Local organisations, schools and businesses have been playing their part to honour Her Majesty’s historic milestone in unique and different ways, which included a striking poster (pictured) in the heart of our Royal Town saluting Her Majesty.
I much enjoyed cutting the ribbon to launch the new United Carpets outlet, which has rejuvenated the former HSBC bank building in the heart of Mere Green to create a bright and welcoming showroom.
I was delighted to attend last week’s Concert for Ukraine at Emmanuel Church. The fabulous event, master-minded by Richard Mason, raised money for Ukraine and the Wylde Green Church and was packed with Suttonians.
I am looking forward to the Ukrainian concert which starts this evening at 7:30pm, taking place in the Emmanuel Parish Church in Wylde Green, featuring the Emmanuel Choir, Sutton Coldfield Chamber Choir, Sutton Coldfield Choral Society and Orchestra, and Richard Mason.
Over the past few months I have been busy taking up a variety of my constituents’ concerns regarding the speed and reliability of some of our local services. I have had positive communication with the relevant organisations, which I am confident will help restore the efficiency people rightly expect.