Please note, due to covid-19 restrictions and the changing lockdown situation, some activities may not be running at present. We will update our website and social media as and when this changes. In the meantime, please take a look at our current service offer including virtual wellbeing activities here. You can also get in touch if you require more information via the Contact Us page.
NHS Bike Loans
Bike Loans for frontline emergency staff
Big Birmingham Bikes and the Big Bike Project loan bikes for community led rides, teaching people to cycle and for short term day loans to improve people’s mental and physical wellbeing.
During lockdown, with public transport being reduced and the need for key workers to get to work safely, we loaned our fleet of bikes to those people working on the frontline emergency services and whose work is critical to the Covid-19 situation.
We are no longer accepting applications for the bike loans for emergency frontline workers scheme as it has reached capacity.
If you would like to find out about the other projects we are involved in as part of #BrumTogether, please visit: www.theaws.co.uk/coronavirus
If you are feeling lonely and need a friendly chat, or need some food or urgent supplies then please don’t hesitate to contact us
All money received will go directly to the purchase of food items, hygiene packs, baby packs, and activity packs for children
Organisations that distribute food to deprived individuals and communities are able to secure food for their organisation.
We are working with a network of voluntary organisations to those in need (either cooked meals or ingredients packages).
If you are worried and would like to speak to someone from our team for a friendly chat, then please get in touch
We’ve put together a schedule of live streams and on demand activities, helping people of all ages to keep their minds and bodies active.
With the need for key workers to get to work safely, we’ve loaned our fleet of bikes to people working on the frontline emergency services
We’ve been setting a series of Everyday Wild Challenges for you to have a go at – What have you seen, or heard, made or experienced?