As part of a strategy published recently pushing for greater transparency within the club’s parent company Birmingham International Holdings, Blues Trust will be writing to MP’s serving the Birmingham area in a bid to highlight the issues currently facing Birmingham City Football Club.

In addition, we will be contacting Birmingham City Council and targeted individual councillors, emphasising the need for greater pressure on the BIHL hierarchy.

In order to achieve maximum impact and to ensure our as many MP’s take note of the issues that currently plague our club, we need as many supporters as possible to lobby their local representatives.

If you’re unsure about who to contact for your particular area, we have built a handy widget to assist you. Enter your post code below and hit the ‘Go’ button, and you will be re-directed to the official WriteToThem website. WriteToThem is designed to help you easily contact your local Politicans, Councillors and MEP’s via e-mail for free.

To help you, we have prepared a template which only requires a few amendments before you can send it to your MP. We have also put together a downloadable hard copy should you wish to contact your MP by letter (see below). Details for Shabana Mahmood, Labour MP for Ladywood (where St. Andrew’s falls), are below:

E-mail: shabana.mahmood.mp@parliament.uk

Telephone: 0121 661 9440 or 0207 219 7818

Address: Shabana Mahmood, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Social media: @shabanamahmood

If you have family or friends that are Blues fans, don’t hesitate to share this page with them and encourage them to participate. The more people we get involved, the better chance we have of making a difference.

Download: [MP letter/email template]


Blues Trust

Contact your local MP

We need as many supporters as possible to contact their local MP’s and highlight our club’s current plight. To help you find the best person to contact, enter your post code below. You will be re-directed to the WriteToThem website, which provides an easy interface for you to contact your local Politican.

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