Category : Making a change



Diwali celebrated in Birmingham





Slower pace re-energises beautiful game





Celebrating Black History





Running for your life

Trittiford Mill Pool Run Birmingham

Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year, most commonly anxieties and depression.  Mental Health Day (10th Oct) is about challenging the stigma and discrimmination that can worsen mental health problems and raising awareness of the issues and what we can do about it.  I joined a Run Birmingham group at Trittiford Mill Pool last week and talked to some of the runners and found out how joining a running group can help:

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11th October 2018  |  Marcus Belben




Our Past and Future Vision





Real food not junk

TRJF Project food 1

Every Thursday Lunchtime make time for lunch at Ladywood Health and Community Centre, B16 8RP.  The PayAsYouFeel Lunch Café & Boutique is open from 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm.

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27th September 2018  |  Marcus Belben




Car Free Day in Birmingham





Jiggle, wiggle & giggle your way to wellness

Dance-a-thon 2018

It’s This Girl Can Dance-a-thon time again!  If you’re interested, let us know and we’ll post you dates as soon as they’re confirmed.  Join for some fun and to get them talking about the positive impact exercise has on the body.  Here’s what people thought of our last one at Prizm nightclub. (more…)

18th September 2018  |  Marcus Belben




Fight for the right to vote continues

Join us on Saturday 15th September 3pm to 4:30 pm for a ‘Right to Vote’ walk starting in Victoria Square outside the Council House and visit where Birmingham people, politicians and activists fought for our right to vote. Contact Marcus Belben to find out more or phone 07784302283 to book your place. (more…)

12th September 2018  |  Marcus Belben




Reclaiming the street

Findon Road

Findon Road

The residents of Findon road in Ward End undertook their first event with it’s accompanying road closure on the 1st of September. The weather was clearly on the residents’ side on this early Autumn day, the sun streamed down for the entire six hour event. Fortunately, a cold smoothie was never too far away. (more…)

10th September 2018  |  Dominic Gill