King Edward VI Grammar School Five Ways and Peter Hollingworth white plaque in Birmingham

On this site was
King Edward VI Grammar School
Five Ways
From 16-1-1883 to 2-4-1958.

This plaque was unveiled by
Councillor P. Hollingworth, J.P.,
Lord Mayor of Birmingham,
on 16-1-1983

King Edward VI Five Ways (KEFW) is a traditional, selective and co-educational state grammar school for ages 11–18. It is located in the Bartley Green area of south Birmingham, England. One of the seven establishments of the Foundation of the Schools of King Edward VI it is a voluntary aided school, with admission by selective exam. The name is retained from the previous location at Five Ways in central Birmingham from where the school moved to Bartley Green in the 1950s

Source: dbpedia

This is a list of the Mayors and Lord Mayors of Birmingham in the West Midlands of England.Birmingham has had a Mayor (and elected council) since 1838. The office was raised to the dignity of Lord Mayor when Queen Victoria issued Letters Patent on 3rd June 1896.By modern convention, the Lord Mayor stands for a year, and is installed into office at the Annual Meeting of the City Council. Lord Mayors are non-political and non-executive during their term of office and act as Chair of the Council. As the First Citizen of Birmingham, the Lord Mayor represents not only the City but also the people of Birmingham. The honour of being Lord Mayor is now usually alternated between the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat Groups. In normal circumstances the Lord Mayor becomes Deputy Lord Mayor for the following year.

Source: dbpedia

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