Challenge 3 Flowers & Plants

CHALLENGE 3 🏆 What flowers and plants do you have in your garden or local green area? 🌳 Fancy doing a scavenger hunt and drawing your favourite?Send us your pictures 🌻🌼 📅 Today⏰ From 1pm📌 Home🔄 For access to the printable pdf: https://zcu.io/BMsI #BrumTogether

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Challenge 2 Rainbows

CHALLENGE 2 🏆 Get involved and draw some pictures of rainbows and put them up in your window for all to see!Let’s spread a little joy 🌟😀 📅 Today⏰ From 1pm📌 Home🔄 For more information: https://zcu.io/BMsI #BrumTogether

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Challenge 1 SPRING forward

CHALLENGE 1 🏆 SPRING Forward As our clocks SPRING forward 1 hour tomorrow, join us in taking a lovely photo of the sunrise and sunset!Make sure you send them to us and we’ll make a collage of them all together and post it! 🌄🌅 #BrumTogether 📅 29/03/2020📌 Home⏰ From sunrise at 07:10🔄 For more information: https://zcu.io/BMsI CHALLENGE

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Corn Dogs & getting closer to nature

It’s corn dog season at Swanshurst Park in Billesley! My eleven year old daughter had to explain to me what a corn dog was – if you’re prepared to get muddy they’re just waiting to be picked. If you turn off the path near the lake very soon the ground

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The Active Wellbeing Society update 18.03.20

In light of current circumstances, The Active Wellbeing Society has made the decision to refocus its work in supporting our community. This decision has been made in consideration of our members, their friends, families and the wider community, in accordance to government advice. From Friday 20th March we will not

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The Active Wellbeing Society: Updates

Following a continuous review of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat, The Active Wellbeing Society has made the decision to refocus its activities from Friday 20th March. This decision has been made in consideration of our members, their friends, families and also the wider community. We are adhering to government advice in

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Samina’s story

Big Bike Project runs activities designed for complete beginners to more experienced cyclists. These include Learn to Ride sessions, skills-based sessions to increase confidence in cycling in more challenging environments such as on the road, as well as relaxing Led Rides that allow people to socialise and cycle with others.

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Soraya’s story

Last month, in partnership with Solihull Council and as part of the Active Communities initiative, we launched a new Bike Hub based at North Solihull Sports Centre. Alongside this, Big Bike Project launched new activities including Learn to Ride sessions and Led Rides, enabling residents of North Solihull to start,

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Free cycling sessions in February half term

The Big Bike Project is running free Learn to pedal and Bikeability sessions during half term in: Balsall Heath, Small Heath, Handsworth and Chelmsley Wood, every day from Monday 17th February until Thursday 20th February 2020. Learn to pedal Learn to pedal is a high-quality cycle training course for children

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Active communities LCAN network meeting

Local Community Action Network Meeting

Are you passionate about where you live and what your area is like? Would you like to be involved in making things better? Do you find yourself dreaming about ways it could be better? Come along to the next Active Communities LCAN Network Meeting takes place Monday 2nd March 6.30pm

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Grass Roots tree planting

Grass Roots is an initiative to make being ‘wild’ accessible to all communities in Birmingham and Solihull. By developing activities with the community, people have the power to create long term change and they can enjoy the many benefits of having a cleaner, greener place to live. The aims of

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Civil Servant Pam Barrett joins ‘Be Buckfastleigh’

The Active Wellbeing Society are delighted to announce that Pam Barrett will be joining our team from 10 February 2020.  Pam has been instrumental in developing community wellbeing, activity and democracy projects in Buckfastleigh in a voluntary capacity, and will be taking a break from her job as a civil

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