Widening of the Moseley Road through Balsall Heath is proposed by Birmingham City Council and Transport for WM to make four lanes of traffic. This is to allow bus lanes in both directions to reduce delays to buses in peak periods.
We’ll be using s60 powers in #Sparkbrook until 2am tomorrow morning. These allow us to stop and search people without the need to show reasonable grounds.
Please find below the agenda for next week’s joint ward meeting on 22 January at 7pm at Sparkbrook Health & Community Centre.
St Alban’s Parochial Church Council, responsible for the Grade II* listed Victorian Gothic church of St Alban the Martyr, situated in an area of high social deprivation just south of Birmingham city centre, has been awarded £222,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Join our annual International Women’s Day Communities programme on Sunday 8th March 2020, as a supporting partner.
Organise a local event to bring the women of your community or network together to celebrate, share and aspire to encourage a more gender equal world.
It has been identified that there are numerous geographical gaps, within the constituency, where residents are not represented. It is possible that you may be living in an area where there is no formal NHW scheme and therefore missing out on the support that is available from your Local Policing Team and the National Neighbourhood Watch Network.
This message from PCSO Lorraine Whelan about local flytipping has been circulated via the WMNow mailing list.
Unity Streets are a community organisation based in Balsall Heath. They will be holding a launch event on Saturday 18th January 12-4pm, at the B12 Urban Village Hub, Mary Street, Balsall Heath (situated next to the Anawim building)
There will be entertainment, refreshments, stalls and many more!
Everybody is welcome!
You are invited to the next joint Sparkbrook & Balsall Heath East & Balsall Heath West Wards meeting on Wednesday 22 January at 6.30pm at Sparkbrook Health & Community Centre, Grantham Road.
Wednesday Beginners Iyengar Yoga classes with Julie Baker, 7.30 – 9pm at Birmingham Buddhist Centre.
Aiming to start the new year learning or developing a new skill? At The Old Print Works you can try your hand at textiles, sewing, yoga, pottery or analogue photography as well as enjoy art exhibitions and cafe stop.
We work with you and your GP to use the power of a wholefood diet and regular exercise to help you with your health.
More from The Lost Children project, delving into the story of a local business, the last Crimean War survivor and a giveaway for History lovers.
Coding School for underprivileged people launches in Birmingham.
Deaf Zone takes place at Small Heath Wellbeing Centre for young Deaf people, aged 11-25.
English Classes for Beginners. Come along and improve your Reading, Writing , Listening and Speaking skills.