Birchfield Neighbourhood Forum – Launch Tue 24th April, 6.30pm

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Posted on 17th April 2012 by

A residents community meeting will be taking place on Tuesday 24th April at 6.30pm at Holy Trinity Primary School, Havelock Road, Birchfield, B20 3LP

Refreshments will be served from 6pm, so please come along to meet other residents, find out what’s happening in your area and be part of making positive changes in the Birchfield neighbourhood.

We will be electing the management committee and adopting the forum constitution and boundary.

Other agencies such as West Midlands Police, Midland Heart Housing Association and The Big Lottery will be in attendance.

Birchfield is to receive £1 million from the Lottery Big Local Fund to be spent on residents priorities.

Tell us what are the priorities for Birchfield and come along to find out more.

 

One Response to “Birchfield Neighbourhood Forum – Launch Tue 24th April, 6.30pm”

  1. Jo Williams says:

    Hi,
    I’m contacting you from Birmingham Royal Ballet’s learning department to let you know of an exciting professional development opportunity for dancers and community dance artists living and/or working across the Perry Barr Constituency. Could this text be posted up to your blog please? I have an image that I can send if this is possible. Please let me know. Thanks,
    Jo (Community & Schools Engagement Officer)

    In October 2012, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Arts Champion for Perry Barr, is launching Any Which Way, an exciting new community project based on Last Dance, a new ballet piece created for Simmer Down International Reggae Festival 2012, which will offer development and performance opportunities for local dance artists and dance groups. Taking Last Dance as inspiration, groups will be invited to put their own spin on the piece, interpreting it any which way they like so all dance styles are welcome!

    To register your interest in the project or for further information, please contact: 0121 245 3531;joannewilliams@brb.org.uk

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