Our next meeting and tidy up session on the Grand Union is Sunday 5th June. Last time we met, Canals and Rivers Trust documented the scheme with a film and photos. Here are the photos they took. We meet on the old Vineries Bridge at 10am. All equipment is provided by Canals and Rivers Trust. […]
After a very cold spring night, I awoke to a lovely sunny fresh Saturday morning. Today was the garden party to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Sheldon Library and B26 was going along to sample what the friends group had to offer.
The sun was still shining when I arrived, there were lots of fund raising display tables of homemade jams, flower stalls, bric a brac, cuddly toys and lots more for everyone to enjoy. Two of our local Sheldon Councillors, Paul Tilsley and Sue Anderson were also there to support The Friends Of Sheldon Library anniversary of when the library opened in 1956.
B26 was very interested in meeting the new Chair of the friends group after the sad death of the previous Chairman Peter Jones, a great Sheldonian. Lin Parsons, the new Chair was very pleased that B26 were present to…
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Here’s an opportunity to get out in the fresh air and get fitter in Acocks Green. The park is also having a litter pick this Saturday, meet at the Pavilion (Gospel Lane) at 11am – all equipment provided, come and enhance your local park and then enjoy it even more.
Sparkbrook residents joined Birmingham City Council, the public health team and other partners for a mass clear-up of one of Birmingham’s busiest High streets. Sparkbrook Sparkling saw volunteers clear a stretch of the Stratford Rd from Camp Hill Island through to Ladypool Rd. Mohammed Ashfaq of drug and alcohol support service KIKIT Pathways to Recovery […]
Before you go out for your weekend shopping why not make some changes. St Giles Church, Sheldon, are offering a little treat, a nice cup of tea and a warm slice of buttered toast, and its free. (Click the advert below and find out all the details)