Dear friends,

I have had a brilliant day today visiting Brownmead School and the Orchards Care Home with my colleague Cllr John Cotton. I wanted to share some photographs with you.

Minnie Ratheram and Liam at The Orchards Care home in Shard End

Certainly one of today’s highlights was meeting Minnie Ratheram at The Orchards Care Home in Shard End. 101 years of age but she doesn’t look a day over 80!

LB and Cllr John Cotton at The Orchards care home after meeting residents

Cllr John Cotton and myself outside The Orchards Care Home after meeting with the residents.

LB met with headteacher Ashley Winters Brownmead School in Shard End. June 20th

A pleasure to meet with an outstanding public servant – Head Teacher Ashley Winters at Brownmead School, Shard End. After meeting with Mr Winters it was great to greet pupils and parents in the sunshine at the school gate!

 

 

 

 

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