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Friday, 6 May 2011

The city may have loss crucial seats that were regarded as target seats, however in Ladywood I managed to secure second place despite voting turn out. Thank you to all who supported the Conservative campaign, I wish to also thank  residents for talking, listening and supporting on  local matters of interest, the schools, health and community centres, all the leafleting and much needed engagement on AV.

These are all key areas of importance to listen to residents concerns. Some regard the seat a difficult challenge, as a candidate I made every effort to ensure Conservative was visible and is shaping the ward in the future, Ladywood Blue is here to stay!

Thank you once again for the efforts put into Conservative Ladywood by Ladywood Blue, to retain a much valued presence. I do not feel like celebrating this small success of improving our position from third last year to second place, as many colleagues have lost their seats, and the demographics in the council chambers has changed dramatically in a mysterious way.

Last night was the night of high and lows in Birmingham; for full results please do take a look at Birmingham Local Elections 2011.

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