Tuesday saw Keith at the Co-ordinating Committee call-in on the Single Status report. This is a legal minefield and extremely complicated. If only Albert had sorted it out years ago it would not be so bad now. Of course Labour have always been in hock to the unions so it was never very likely. Sue was working for the BMA up at Keele University.
On Wednesday Sue had an early start at the Licensing Committee. Keith was at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital to get his hip sorted out. It looks likely that an op is on the cards in the next few months.
Afterwards he was at Education Committee where a few remarks about sex education were considered interesting enough for a quote in the Mail. Later that evening Keith was at the Frankley HLB for a short time before going to a board meeting of SWBCA which is having trouble with funding.
Sue went along to the AGM of INVOLVE. This used to be called Northfield Youth Forum but has to have one of these strange titles that seem to be fashionable at the moment. Afterwards she had a meeting with the head of Colmers Farm School about a project they want her help with. Watch this space.
On Thursday we both went along for a special assembly at Rednal Hill Infants school where Keith is a Governor. The assembly was in honour of Mrs Betts who has been the dinner supervisor for 29 years and is retiring.Quite an achievement and an example of dedication by someone who quite obviously loved her work and the school.