Youth strike for Climate Change

Young People from across Birmingham and the World are once again striking on Friday 15th March 2019 calling on our government to declare a climate emergency and prioritise the protection of life on Earth, taking active steps to achieve climate justice.

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Join the panel….

Ever considered yourself as the next Simon Cowell, Craig Revel Horwood, Karen or Claude from apprentice or even a dragon from Dragons Den? Here’s an exciting opportunity to come join a judging panel and help choose the best person to connect your community!

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Community Fun Day

Come and join us for free family fun at Highfield Farm Recreation Ground. Activities will include games, litter picking/clean up – hot food is available. Everyone is welcome and there are fun free activities for all ages Date:Sat 9th Feb 19 Location: Highfield Farm Recreation Ground, Highfield Lane, Quinton, Birmingham

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Local Community Action Officer

The Active Communities project is looking to employ a Local Community Action Officer to work in and with the citizens of Shard End, Smiths Wood, Kingshurst, Fordbridge, Chelmsley Wood, Glebe Farm and Tile Cross. Salary – £22,000 – £25,000 a year (36.5hrs a week/flexible/secondment)

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A chance to deliver summer holiday activities & meals

The Department of Education has announced grants to fund the local co-ordination of free holiday activities and healthy food for disadvantaged children during 2019 summer holidays.  The aim of this is to support local organisations strengthen both the quality standards and quantity of free holiday activities with healthy food available

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5 Steps to wellbeing

What is the difference between health and wellbeing? Health is a state of the overall mental and physical state of a person; the absence of disease. Whereas wellbeing is a way of life that aims to enhance well-being and refers to a more holistic whole-of-life experience which also includes emotional

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Wishing you a happy, healthy New Year!

This is our first year as the Active Wellbeing Society – here’s a quick review of what we’ve been doing: The Active Wellbeing Society is a Community Benefit Society. We recognise that the parts of our community who are most in need are often most excluded from influence, and will

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