Finalists announced in first Standing Up For Birmingham Chamberlain Award

Standing Up For Birmingham

Congratulations to the three finalists in the inaugural Standing Up For Birmingham (SU4Brum) Chamberlain Award.

The Chamberlain Awards are Birmingham City Council’s annual acknowledgement of outstanding achievement in the workplace – especially in the face of difficult challenges. The SU4Brum ‘gong’ will be awarded jointly to a council team or individual working in partnership with a community group, social enterprise, small business or citizen in recognition of co-production efforts that are building a positive future for our city.

The three finalists are:

Karen Spence and John Mole of Birmingham City Council’s Erdington District / New Heights Community Project 

For establishing an innovative and collaborative hub in the heart of Kingstanding and securing more than £25 million in external funding to improve the lives of Birmingham people in need – including access to youth clubs, drug and alcohol intervention, training and job support, health and wellbeing services, free legal advice and support for parents and…

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