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Hope & Change in Sparkbrook & Balsall Heath

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.

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....

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,...

Meriden Park – A place where children can do their thing

We visited Meriden Adventure Playground to meet parents and children there and find out more about what they think of where they live and play.

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...

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...

Councillor Lisa Trickett appointed The Active Wellbeing Society Chair

The Active Wellbeing Society works to improve the wellbeing of the most deprived citizens in our city delivering projects such as Active Streets, Big Birmingham...

One Hundred Years of Representing Birmingham

Birmingham played a key role one hundred years ago in women gaining the vote – ‘Represent’ is a new community heritage project funded by the...

Mince Pies and catch up in Handsworth

Join us for Mince Pies and a Crowd Catch Up in Handsworth.  The Active Communities team would like to invite you to a festive gathering...

How Active Communities brings folk together in Solihull

On Friday we were next door to Planet Ice to meet Hobs Moat and Greenhill Active Communities with Solihull Council, to better understand the assets locally...