This summer Moseley Community Development Trust is working with Hall Green Families and Rubery Swap Shop to set up a school uniform swap shop in Moseley and we need school uniforms in good condition without rips, tears and stains.
Every Wednesday in August, Anawim will be distributing pre-loved school uniform to those who need it.
Head to their centre on Mary Street, Balsall Heath between 2:30pm and 4:30pm.
What’s the truth? What have you heard? is a series of short digital pieces for social media and messaging apps, developed from research with women living in Balsall Heath, working in partnership with Moseley Road Baths. They feature Yasmin Jasmine responding to local women’s concerns about different issues relating to Covid-19 and vaccines.
Food, music and family fun at Balsall Heath Share Shack – next to Balsall Heath City Farm.
Moseley’s original community festival will be back this weekend, for a series of smaller-scale events.
LivingWell Group & BCAT supporting the Summer Reading Challenge – FREE creative active workshops for ages 5-11 years. Plus, FREE hot meal provided – open to children of all abilities.
Our Making The Future Summer Workshops invite children and young people aged 6 – 16 yrs to join us in re-imagining and re-making the world around us. Through craft, design and creative play, the workshops will spark curiosity, encourage experimentation and provide fun, hopeful ways of thinking about the future.
Admitting your powerless to alcohol is a power move. In this webinar, we will explore the misconceptions behind the word ‘powerless’, and how we can use this self-realisation to overcome addictive substances.
‘Bring it on Brum!’ is a programme that’s helping Birmingham’s children, young people and their families have active, fun-filled and healthy school holidays.
Amal creative women’s group is funded by the National Lottery and aimed at women in the local area who wish to participate with improving their written Arabic, improve their English language, develop skills in textiles or who just want to enjoy the company of others during our twice a week coffee morning.
We’re an active group who like to explore the local area, go on trips and promote local community activities that improve personal health and well-being. We stay in contact via social media throughout the week to support each other, listen to each other’s needs and help build friendships.
Our sessions run on Monday and Wednesday 9:00am – 11:30am at the Women’s Enterprise Centre, Ladypool Road.
The Neighbourhood Strategic Partnership in Balsall Heath seeks a volunteer administrator.
Join us in Spark Green Park (next to Nelson Mandela Primary School) for FREE socially distanced Tai Chi.
Tai Chi and Tea in the Park Join us in Farm Park for FREE socially distanced Tai Chi and a chat.
The Muath Trust have two courses taking place online next week.
Female Cycling Instructors wanted! Free training provided. Passionate about improving the lives of other people? Become a Bikeability Instructor leading to employment opportunities.