Women’s Enterprise and Community Hub are excited to announce that we are working with Your Money Your Way CIC to deliver a new community-based advice service, money management and debt advice for women, with the kind support of The National Lottery Community Fund.
As part of the ‘Let Us Play’ project, General Public have a number of oral histories now up online relating to Balsall Heath Adventure Playground (‘The Venture’). Some of these interviews have been done by children at Ark Tindal Primary School.
Balsall Heath Local History Society’s monthly gazette is now available to download. It features details of an interesting new artefact from the Dyche archive, explores the voyage local children may have made to Canada and has information about local heritage news and events.
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.
St Paul’s Trust are running their October Half Term playscheme. Get in involved in Halloween themed activities.
Fresh air & fun! Ackers Adventure is currently offering tobogganing sessions for the special price of £15 for up to 6. You will have use of your own dedicated outdoor slope for half an hour and all equipment is cleaned after each use. Bookings must be made in advance via our website – www.ackers-adventure.co.uk
Leading Birmingham-based social enterprise JERICHO has been awarded the coveted Work and Welfare award in the CSJ Digital Awards 2020 by the highly regarded Think Tank, the Centre for Social Justice.
Read the latest newsletter from Hall Green Neighbourhood Network Scheme and Hall Green Families.
My City My Home, is a creative writing competition with a focus on women from Birmingham, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Our cities are a melting pot of cosmopolitan cultures. Yet, there is distinctiveness and roots that connect to the past.
We’ve all been through a tough time with Covid-19 and lockdown. We’ve all been through a tough time with Covid-19 and lockdown.
Help shape a refreshed vision for Adult Social Care
Everyone’s experience of health and social care, good or bad, is important to help Healthwatch Birmingham improve services for everyone in the city. Whether you want a quick chat or a longer discussion, their new online drop-in sessions are a chance for you to share your views and experiences with them in a safe space.
Birmingham City Council has launched a new drop and collect service to provide citizens an easier opportunity to get tested for coronavirus.
The Old Print Works, Balsall Heath, invites you to our OPEN STUDIOS event on Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th September 2020, 11am-4pm.