As restrictions are eased and people gather for Ramadan, The Bahu Trust would like to wish everyone a blessed Ramadan Mubarak and urge everyone to continue to maintain social distancing.
The Hall Green Families team are able to take referrals from community professionals and self referrals from families in Hall Green who are in need of support.
Covid guidance can be confusing and hard to understand… Youth Covid Challenge is a group of young people retelling the rules!
NHS Responders are looking for local volunteers who can support people unable to leave the house by doing some shopping for them.
We’ve all been through a tough time with Covid-19 and lockdown. Here are some services and support, which might make life a little bit easier…
Birmingham City Council have up to date information about Covid-19 available on their website in many different languages. Posters and leaflets can be downloaded to be printed, shared online or sent through applications such as WhatsApp.
The COVID-19 Community Champion network will be made up of volunteers across the city, and will help residents to stay up to date with how to protect themselves and others against the virus.
The Active Wellbeing Society has compiled a list lots of exercise and learning activities from around the Internet for people of all ages and abilities.
Funds will be needed to support organisations and individuals throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Here are some initiatives that we are aware of.
There are many ways we can get involved in supporting others at the present time. These suggestions are relevant to Balsall Heath and Sparkbrook.
Here are some suggestions for where you can access support, supplies (such as delivery of food and sanitary items) or advice.
The latest information from the NHS – including guidance on self isolation, information on symptoms, what to do if you are unwell and how to access medical help.
Birmingham City Council have a comprehensive list of services affected by the Covid-19 pandemic on their website.