Author: Rachel Gillies

Fit 4 Life

Improving the health and wellbeing of disabled people, older adults and people with long term health conditions and their carers.

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Women and Theatre – Taking Steps

It takes a village to raise a child…but how are they supported into adulthood and beyond?

Step into the world of care leavers with this entertaining, impactful and insightful drama which follows three Leaving Care Workers, and through their work, shares snapshots of the lives of the young people they support.

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Were you a former Dance Track student?

An innovative project which provides free training to children with a talent for dance celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2022. And to mark the occasion, Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Dance Track is inviting everyone who has been through its programme to a celebration.

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Hall Green Families – Help over the Christmas period

We are here to help families. Our Early Help service covers Hall Green, Balsall Heath,Sparkbrook, Sparkhill, Springfield, Moseley and Kings Heath.

  • Food support & funding
  • Youth support
  • Housing /Furniture
  • Emergency funding
  • Domestic abuse 
  • Money and debt advice 
  • Digital & IT access
  • School uniforms & clothing
  • Child & adult mental health support

Full details below in a JPEG image, but for fully accessible information please visit www.hallgreencommunities.org.uk/familysupport or ring 07570 953 519.

Digital Skills – basic IT at Balsall Heath Library

This course will give you the chance to learn and improve your IT skills – create and use an email address, send photos and create documents.

Starting Monday 10th January 2022, 10am-12noon. FREE 6 week course, 2 hour sessions.

To be eligible for this course, you need to have been resident in the UK for 3 years or have right to remain.

Contact – Family Learning and Balsall Heath Library – 0121 464 1962

Where? – Balsall Heath Library, 497 Moseley Road, Birmingham, B12 9BX