Birmingham Airport Hits the Road

As part of Birmingham Airport's continued community relations
programme, it is inviting members of the local community to meet
the Airport team to discuss airport related activity, particularly
its Night Flying Policy which it is currently reviewing

For several years, Birmingham Airport has operated a programme
of outreach sessions at libraries and community centres in those
communities most affected by its operations

Each session lasts for two hours and aims to provide residents with
the opportunity to sit down and discuss any issues or concerns they
may have face to face with members of the Airport's community and
environment team

The sessions take place during the daytime and in the evening and
are free and open to all

The next outreach sessions are as follows:

Monday 6th June 2011 - 1700-1900 Castle Bromwich Library
Thursday 9th June 2011 - 1200-1400 Marston Green Library
Tuesday 14th June 2011 - 1200-1400 The Pump, Kitts Green
Wednesday 15th June 2011 - 1200-1400 Valley Church Centre, Elmdon
Thursday 16th June 2011 - 1700-1900 Fentham Hall, Hampton in Arden
Tuesday 21st June 2011 - 1200-1400 Balsall Common Library
Monday 4th July 2011 - 1200-1400 Fentham Hall, Hampton in Arden
Thursday 7th July 2011 - 1700-1900 Balsall Common Library
Monday 11th July 2011 - 1700-1900 Valley Church Centre, Elmdon
Thursday 14th July 2011 - 1200-1400 Castle Bromwich Library
Tuesday 19th July 2011 - 1700-1900 The Pump, Kitts Green
Thursday 21st July 2011 - 1700-1900 Marston Green Library

Thursday 2 June 2011


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