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Jack Dromey MP, Keith Heron (Chair of the Patient and User Group in Erdington) and hundreds of residents are celebrating after it was announced late last week that the walk-in-centres in both Erdington and Kingstanding had been saved from closure.

The centres were under threat because of short-sited Government cuts to NHS budgets locally.

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Walk-in-Centres Saved from Government Cuts After Residents Protest

Miliband backs Erdington

Erdington suffers from high unemployment and contains pockets of acute poverty. But it is rich in talent and full of people who want to make a difference. A group of local people got fed up, therefore, with the constant negativity and decided to get the message out that Erdington is a great place in which to live.

And their campaign won the support of Ed Miliband.

Frightening Fund Raiser - Please Support this Night of Fundraising for Two Amazing Charities

Breast Cancer Care is a fantastic Charity that provides information, support and resources specifically for younger women with Breast Cancer


Breakthrough Breast Cancer carries out cutting edge research focussed entirely on Breast Cancer


Their Scientists are discovering how to prevent Breast Cancer, how to detect it earlier and how to treat it more effectively.


Ticket price includes a donation to the Charity and a Halloween Cocktail.

A Healthy Heart in Erdington - Jack Dromey MP Shows Support for the British Heart Foundation with Visit to High Street Store

Jack Dromey MP for Erdington visited the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Furniture & Electrical store and met with the volunteers and staff. Every penny of profit raised in the BHF store funds vital, life-saving research into heart disease.

Jack Dromey met the store staff and volunteers and spent a few hours in the Erdington store to learn more about the BHF and the work it does in the local community.

Deeply Disturbing Meeting with Local Taxi Drivers Suffering Attacks in Kingstanding.Will Act Urgently with the Police

Shadow Policing Minister Jack Dromey Visits Lincoln