Love Hobmoor Community Centre

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Join us on Saturday 14th February and share the love for Hobmoor Community Centre!

Free entry – Including a shared meal
10am-1pm
 
Hobmoor Community Centre
Attached to Oasis Hobmoor School
Corner of Wash Lane and Hobmoor Road
South Yardley
B25 8FD
  • A free event to celebrate Arts In The Yard’s community art, dance and drumming project in South Yardley
  • Bring along your favourite vegetarian dish to add to our shared lunch
  • Take part in Ikon’s free miniature painting workshop
  • Enjoy inspiring live performances
  • Meet people from your local community
10:00 Welcome
10:30 Launch of new artwork with Hasret Brown
10.30 – 12.00 Miniature Painting Workshop
11.00 Drumming Performance
12.00 Dance Performance
13.00 Farewells
 
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Nicola Toms – Forum Coordinator
07743 59 34 39
 
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Meetings this week in the Sheldon Ward

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( Cllr Sue Anderson, Cllr Paul Tisley & Cllr Mike Ward)

There is a Sheldon Ward committee meeting this Wednesday 11th February at the Community Centre in Sheldon Heath Road at 7.00pm. Come along and find out what is happening in the Sheldon Ward, it is also an opportunity for you to meet your local Councillors raise any concerns you may have.

We pride ourselves in Sheldon in probably getting the most attendees at our ward meetings than at of the other ward meetings across the city, this shows we care as to what happens in our area. It is always a lively event, so why give the telly a miss and come along and get involved and try to make a difference.

Lol Lol Thurstan. Editor & Publisher of B26

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Bach by Candlelight in Acocks Green

Acocks Green Neighbourhood Forum

Kimichi School who opened their doors in 2013 are enlivening the musical culture of Acocks Green with the development of a community choir, music workshops and concerts. They are a very welcome asset to our area. It is also great to see life being breathed back into the well-preserved Eastbourne House, built in 1858. It has been a school since 1948 and the word on the street is that Nigel Mansell CBE is a former pupil (Have any other locals heard this?) It closed as a private Infant and Junior school in 2007 and was worryingly empty until Kimichi School purchased it and opened it as a school for children 11+ with a passion for music.

Thanks to Acocks Green History Society for photograph. Thanks to Acocks Green History Society for photograph.

The school were also very pleased to find the beautiful St Mary’s Church in easy walking distance from the school and so a perfect venue to put on concerts. Everyone…

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Walkabout around Grevis Road Old Yardley

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Grevis Road Sheltered Housing Scheme in Old Yardley , under the shadow of St Edburgh.s Ancient Church, must be in by far the nicest place in Birmingham for a Sheltered Housing Scheme. The Housing Liaison Board has recently funded new fencing and gating for the scheme as well as new porches for two of the blocks.