This exhibition shares a series of illustrations by local young artist Haseebah Ali that celebrate some of the social spaces and sites of community spirit that can be found in both the past and present of Balsall Heath.
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.
Try Shared Reading at Balsall Heath Library. Just drop in and enjoy listening to a story or poem – no pressure to talk or read. Sessions are every Wednesday and are free of charge.
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.
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
The main ticket ballot for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is now open.
eet weekly at the Women’s Enterprise Centre on Ladypool Road, have been creating cards as part of the regular art and craft sessions.
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.
The Bahu Trust hold a weekly COVID advice surgery every Friday morning.
Ort Gallery is looking for a motivated and creative individual who is passionate about social justice and the role the arts can play in making our society better and fairer.
Ort Gallery are offering a series of workshops for home educated children.
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.
Balsall Heath Local History Society’s monthly gazette is now available to read.
y Council’s Mobile Household Recycling Centre service, MHRC, will be visiting Moseley, giving residents a chance to dispose of items locally.
Edgbaston Foundation are inviting you to our Jobs Fair at Edgbaston Stadium on Sept 3rd between 9:30am and 3pm.