At Festivals for Future we asked a simple question – How do we tackle global problems locally?(more…)
To mark this day, additionally to events and workshops in and around our schools, Active Communities planned an air quality relay using it’s Air Quality Monitors with the aim of mapping air quality in as much of the city as possible. The aim was be to get as many people to use the air quality monitors as possible in a single day to increase the data available.(more…)
Active Communities team took Kings Heath Community Centre Friends Group to visit Bristol to see how Community Centres were being run there outside of Local Authority control – here’s what they said:(more…)
Over two weeks in June the Active Communities team surveyed nearly 1000 children at Primary Schools across Birmingham to see how they have traveled to school and how they would have liked to travel and the difference is pretty striking:(more…)
Our July newsletter is here!
There are lots of exciting free activities and events that are happening in your local area that is welcome for everyone to enjoy. Take a read at our latest issue to find out what is going on near you. This is a great way for you to stay in touch, share information and hear other local stories.(more…)
‘Festivals for Future’ takes place this Saturday 29th June at Kings Heath Community Centre 10am to 8pm and is a collaboration between many organisations interested in how we can work together to tackle global problems locally. Bringing people together, this event looks at how our local community centre can work for all our futures.
Today our Rookery Runners, from Erdington came together to celebrate the Run Birmingham group being recognised as Cross City Heroes. The team came together for the unveiling of the special plaque that has been placed up in Chester Road Station this week.(more…)
Anyone who lives and works in Birmingham will probably notice air pollution. The smell of exhaust fumes and the dust on our windows and streets are obvious, what is less visible is the damage done to our health.(more…)
On Sunday 9th June, the roads of Birmingham were closed to traffic for a free annual cycling festival, Let’s Ride Birmingham.
In Balsall Heath and Sparkbrook The Active Wellbeing Society have been supporting Neighbourhood News Online to gather stories from around the neighbourhood. Those who joined the led rides from Calthorpe Park and Clifton Road share some of their stories…(more…)