Guidance is changing from Saturday 4th July. The guidance below is copied directly from the Government site: https://publichealthmatters.blog.gov.uk/2020/07/03/staying-alert-and-staying-safe-from-4-july/
Bright Future Association Balsall Heath Football project for children returns this Saturday 4th July from 11am till 1pm in Balsall Heath Park junction of Ladypool and Taunton Road.
Good news for everyone who has been missing visits to see the animals at Balsall Heath City Farm! It will be reopening soon – just in time to visit some of their new chicks before they get too big! Here is a statement with the details from David Cusack.
All meetings of the Society are cancelled until September – but get your fix of Balsall Heath history and heritage through June’s newsletter. This month it includes information on how to get your hands on The Lost Children booklet and some top viewing tips. Click on the image to read the whole newsletter.
Hall Green Constituency June News Letter
The third theme in the series is Loss: Wrapping an object as a symbol of loss
Occupying the corner of Edward Road and Court Road, the MECC Trust have been supporting people across the City for over 40 years. Prior to lockdown, we went and met with a group who gather on Fridays following Jummah to chat and share a meal.
Welcome to the coronavirus weekly update from Birmingham City Council.
Based just off Walford Road in Sparkbrook, Smart Women C.I.C. run a gym, beauty parlour and drop-in centre which is an important and empowering space for the women who go there.
Here is the update from the Hall Green Constituency Neighbourhood Network Scheme. Click the link below to view the newsletter as a PDF.
We’re inviting Balsall Heath residents from all walks of life to share with us your real-life stories – stories from the past or present, from the everyday to the extraordinary.
Birmingham’s Librarians have been working hard throughout lockdown to ensure that people are still able to access some services online.
A team at the Library of Birmingham are trying to gather a digital and physical collection of how people have been spending lockdown so that in “years to come we can all reflect on how we were feeling, what we were doing to cope and of course our hopes for the future.”
Bangladesh Women’s Association has been making a positive contribution in the community since they started in 1971.
Code Your Future is an NGO and coding school for disadvantaged individuals (including refugees, those living below the local poverty line, ex-offenders and many others).