Author: Rachel Gillies

Paid Opportunity! Youth Arts Leader Assistant

The Gap Arts are looking for a young person aged 18 – 21 years to join them as a Youth Arts Leader Assistant for the first four months of an exciting new project that will form a new, long-term project for local young people aged 15 – 21.

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Sewing Workshop

Come along to Women’s Enterprise and Community Hub’s sewing workshop! Running on Wednesdays 1-3pm. Drop in and get involved. Currently we are working on making quilts to send to Care 4 Calais.

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Monsters and Ghouls workshops at Balsall Heath Library

Free arts and craft, music, movement and drama sessions. Suitable for children aged 5-11. To book your place, please contact Balsall Heath Library on 0121 464 1962.

Workshops take place on Saturdays throughout October, 10:30am-12noon.

Venue: Balsall Heath Library, 497 Moseley Road, Birmingham, B12 9BX

Mobile Recycling trucks coming to Calthorpe Park

Street Scene are trialling a new initiative to tackle some of the challenging areas for recycling, dumping and resident engagement. To this end we are carrying out visits to Calthorpe Park (Edward Road side) on the morning of Monday 20th September.

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Community Catalysts – Community micro-enterprise project

This project is an exciting initiative, delivered by social enterprise Community Catalysts in partnership with Birmingham City Council. The project offers support to local people to set up and run their own very small (micro) enterprise that offers help and support to others. It has a particular interest in enterprises that offer opportunities to people with a learning disability and/or autism.

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