Come and join us at the Old Print Works on 7th February 3:30 to 5:30pm to chat about wellbeing and have some fun.
Come and tell us about what you need in the area. We want to find Active Communities and the people who bring about change in their communities. We want to support lasting change for healthier diets and to improve all our wellbeing.
Just come along, meet up, have some fun and have a go at some of the free activities and food on offer.
The Old Print Works is a great space for making and meeting, offering event space to hire and studio spaces – Fabio Henrique offers bike fixing is alongside Richard Newton teaching woodcraft to children from two to ten years old, There are regular yoga classes while upstairs is photogapher Dan Burwood, is working with Saheli Visualising Women’s Voices.
There will be free family fun activities, free bike maintenance and food provided on a ‘Pay as you feel’ basis – donation based delivery in collaboration with the Real Junk Food Project. You can chat and find out more about our Active Communities , meet Councillors and other people representing local organisations:
‘ …looking forward to seeing what you are doing as this could be an excellent guide…to help find new purpose in life, new goals, and activities to help with mental and physical wellbeing.’Communities & Partnerships
Wider Determinants of Health & Wellbeing Team , BCC
Looking forward to seeing you there! Here are some of our partners supporting this event:
- Accord Housing
- Balsall Heath Forum
- Bahu Trust
- Birmingham Mind
- Clifton Primary School
- Connect Sparkbrook Aging Better
- Fire Service
- Moseley Baths
- People’s Heritage Co-operative
- Nelson Mandela Primary School
- West Midlands Police Service
- Real Junk Food Project Birmingham @trjfpbrum
- West Midlands Police
See our flyer and find out more about:Active Communities