Birchfield

Birchfield

Welcome to the Birchfield 'Our Bigger Story' website. This is part of the multi media evaluation of 15 Big Local areas in England. The website is an opportunity to follow what is changing in Birchfield as a result of Big Local over a ten year period.

The aim of the website is to share the learning from everything that is happening in Birchfield with other Big Local areas and highlight what works in communities with a wider audience of practitioners and policy makers.

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    Celebrating Youth Book
    April 15, 2021      Text
    This booklet records the achievements of young people in Birchfield over the last three years. Containing poetry, reflections and much more the work has been supported by Birchfield Big Local
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    Birchfield Big Local Newsletter Spring 2021
    April 15, 2021      Text
    The latest Birchfield Big Local newsletter contains lots of information about local suppor services around COVID-19 as well as news about the latest developments such as the Telephone buddy line and celebrating young people's achievements locally over the past three years
  • JOB CLUB
    November 14, 2020      Photo
    Improve your confidence and self-belief in your job searching and career aspirations. The Job Club is delivered by New Beginnings Creative CIC and is on Fridays from 10am till 4pm at 16 Grosvenor Road, Birchfield B20 3NP. Due to Covid-19 restrictions the one-to-one sessions are by appointment only. Help can also be provided online or by telephone if preferred. Help is provided with job search, access to education, employment, training and enterprise opportunities, and support with CV writing and job applications. There is free internet access and printing.
  • Bloom in Birchfield
    November 4, 2020      Photo
    Delighted to receive recognition from the Royal Horticultural Society and Heart of England in Bloom for the continued efforts to maintain and develop the Secret Garden. Although the annual In Bloom campaign couldn’t happen this year because of Covid-19, residents have invested time and effort in their gardens, if not more so! Covid-19 has if anything made us more aware of the value of green space whether a front or back garden, park or other public open space, or those open spaces often hidden between or behind buildings where children play. Thanks especially to Jimoh and Faith from Eco Gardeners for their work in the Secret Garden including family activities through the Grow Your Soup project and the addition of a mud kitchen. We look...