Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Moseley Art School Consultation

We are developing an application for Lottery funding and would be very interested to hear your views on how this important building could be best used.  Please come along to either of the two open days 1st and 2nd October between 11.00 and 7.00 and also please pass this invitation on to anyone you think may be interested.

Carl Franklin Project Organiser

CEF Cultural & Educational Funding Advice regarding the development of Heritage Lottery projects, funding applications, strategies & business development

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Kings Heath brings generations together

HGA were there for another great Kings Heath Residents Forum event bringing generations together, followed by the last of Parks4Play's fantastic Carnival of Play at Kings Heath Park, which have been running all summer across Kings Heath, including playing out on National Playday

For more news and views from Kings Heath, take five minutes to listen to what residents think the most important thing we can do to make things better (audioboo below).  Also visit Kings Heath Residents Forum to keep a closer eye and what they're up to.

Wednesday, 3 September 2014


Art, music, stories with a cuppa, and stuff to buy and sell, all in Graham & Pam's back garden, Saturday 6th September, 1 to 4pm:

You are invited to come along to a new community sale in the garden of 19 Springfield Road, Kings Heath, on the corner of Woodfield Road. There will be a range of stalls with second hand stuff, arts and crafts, produce etc. There will be some live music and free stuff from people who don't want a stall.

You will be very welcome to come along, we hope that it will be successful enough for us to want to repeat it occasionally. We have a lot of cover in case the weather is not that great but the garden is plenty big enough with easy access from Woodfield Road.

We still have space for more stalls so if you have artwork, crafts, junk or garden produce to sell please get in touch by contacting Graham or Pam on 247 7607 or email graham@storytelling.uk.net. If you want other information, just get in touch.