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The Vale Village

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2014/2015) See the Disabled Go site for a detailed disability access audit See our Code of Practice page   The postal address for Tennis Courts is: Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RE (flats 1 - 66 and 139 - 144) and B15 2RB (flats 103 -138) Virtual tour of a Tennis Court shared flat

The Vale Village

www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/advice/guide/accommodation/halls/vale.aspx

2014/2015) See the Disabled Go site for a detailed disability access audit See our Code of Practice page   The postal address for Tennis Courts is: Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RE (flats 1 - 66 and 139 - 144) and B15 2RB (flats 103 -138) Virtual tour of a Tennis Court shared flat

Researching A New Living Concept That Won't Cost the Earth

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comfort, low maintenance costs and carbon footprint as well as flood and subsidence tolerance.’ Notes to Editors 1. The Ergohome is situated on Edgbaston Park Road, near the University of Birmingham’s Tennis Courts Halls of Residence. 2. The project has been made possible by funding from E.ON, Advantage

Accommodation feedback

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Accommodation feedback.   Name First Last Student ID number Term time address Ashcroft Oakley Court Pritchatts House 3 Pritchatts Road 7 Pritchatts Road 9 Pritchatts Road 11 Pritchatts Road The Spinney Aitken Chelwood Maple Bank Mason Shackelton Tennis Court Jarratt Hall Flat number Room number Please

Olympic Legacy: Inspiring a Generation?

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in most cases – they cannot hope to achieve. There is little doubt that there will be a participatory spike in some sports associated with the London Olympics; witness the ‘Wimbledon effect'’ on tennis courts around the country over the next few weeks. This spike may be greater still if Team GB

Major power outage on campus

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CHP Maintenance (via CHP) Estates West (via CHP) Transportation (via E West) Landscape (via Maintenance) Elms Computer Medical School Building Student Facilities BMSU Unit Temporary Boilers Clinical Research Cancer Research Dennis Howell Tennis Courts Flats Centre Court Squash Courts Winterbourne House

A Birmingham family tree

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university to study social science. I got no careers advice, but found what Birmingham had to offer very stimulating,’ says Patricia. Kenneth says: ‘My dearest memory was meeting Patricia, first of all on the tennis courts, and then in the union hop that evening.’ The University’s beautiful setting

Sport for students

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for all levels of ability, supported by extensive indoor and outdoor facilities, mainly located on the Edgbaston campus. Facilities include three sports halls, a gym and weights room, a specialist gymnastics hall, tennis courts, a floodlit athletics track, a martial arts room, health suite, a dance studio,

Reach Forward: Making educational research count for children with disabilities in Malawi, Kenya and Uganda

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Reach Forward: Making educational research count for children with disabilities in Malawi, Kenya and Uganda.        The Reach Forward Project aims to address the exclusion of children with disabilities in Africa from quality education. It will do so by establishing a wide network of partners from

Institute of European Law

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address at the Reforming the EU conference Sir Stephen Wall will deliver the keynote address at the 'Leaving Europe?' conference 25 June 2014 Dr Marianne Wade addresses the LIBE committee of the European Parliament IEL Annual Lecture 2014 What have the Europeans done for us? Report on the 2014 lecture,

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