Some childhood stories from Balsall Heath and dates for your diaries.
People across Hall Green Constituency are being asked to help shape community investment in their local services and community activity groups.
The Art Works newsletter comes out monthly and features interviews with local Artists, news about what is happening, a list of local events as well as jobs and funding opportunities.
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.
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.
A Community Arts Project for women from In Her Shoes Birmingham CIC, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.
This month read more about one of Balsall Heath’s famous sons, a plea to find a local war memorial and a great idea for a stocking filler.
It has been an amazing half term for PE and School Sport at Clifton Primary School. We have celebrated winning regional awards for our commitment to keeping children active, been broadcast on ITV and now have our very own World Champion!
Tonight there is a Ward meeting at Balsall Heath Church Centre at 7pm. All are welcome to attend.
Bridge Club is an event for children aged 7-11 (School Year 3- 6). The club includes Crafts, Games, Bible Stories, Quizes, Drama.
It’s on over the half-term from 29th May to 2nd of June at Edward Road Baptist Church.
Bright Future’s Presentation Award event marked an end to a 6 months of 2 Mini Football Leagues.
The number of Street watch volunteers are going up across the city… are you interested in forming a street watch group in your local area?