UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 27 OCTOBER 2013
Storm warning not expected to disrupt University activities
A storm bringing gale-force winds is expected to reach Birmingham early on Monday morning (28 October). The Met Office has issued an amber alert, which means "be prepared" for high winds in the West Midlands.
The University plans to operate its services as normal throughout the day – with buildings and libraries open in accordance with normal opening hours.
The situation remains under constant review and if necessary, we will be posting messages to keep students, staff and visitors updated.
Further information will be shared on our social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter and local radio (see links below). Messages will also be available on iCity or Moodle.
In case of emergency please contact University Security on 0121 331 6325 or 0121 331 6969.
BBC weather updates
Birmingham City Council: Disruption Updates – communicating news on a specific Twitter account, which is being updated real-time.
National Express or Network West Midlands websites for information on local travel services affected by the weather.
Tune into local radio
Staff, students and visitors can tune into the following radio stations who will update listeners on school and university closures, as well as traffic news:
- Free Radio – 96.4FM
- Heart FM/Capital – 100.7FM
- BBC Radio WM – 95.6FM