Inspired by the Tour de France? Join one of Cycle South Brum’s family led bike rides this summer.
There are a mixture of rides for different abilities, from beginner upwards. Booking is essential on all rides for health and safety purposes. On all group rides, the pace will be gentle, going at the pace of the slowest rider and participants are free to stop for a rest if they need to.
Check out the Cycle South Brum website to find out when they’re riding and how you can get involved.
Thanks to contributions from CoCoMAD suppliers & Birmingham Parks Service, funding from ParkLives and ActiveParksBirmingham there will be a full programme of FREE activities in Cotteridge Park this summer. From FREE bouncy castles supplied by Knights Castles, to bushcraft camps & spray art there will be something for everyone.
Toys for toddlers, sewing & knitting, gossip & coffee, hide & seek – all the best bits of being in the park in the summer.
Click here for the timetable of activities and click here for a map of ideas of things to do in the park.
Following a period of ongoing research in the Druids Heath area we have put together a proposal for our Connecting Communities project, and we would love to hear what you think. Download a copy below, have a read and send us your feedback either by commenting on this post or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are two options for planned activity on the Druids Heath Estate and the money we have will only cover one of these options so please let us know which you prefer and how you would like to see this happen.
Druids Heath Connecting Communities Project Proposal
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group have been running some fantastic workshops for kids aged 8-11 and their final one is this Saturday 5th July, right on your doorstep at the Hub Hazelwell. Even better it’s totally free! (But tickets must be booked in advance.)
Check out their website for more details.
Our next Networking Meeting will be held on Thursday 10th July 6-7.30pm in The Oak Room at Bells Farm Community Centre, Druids Heath.
Come along to hear about upcoming projects and meet other local artists, newcomers are always welcome. We look forward to seeing you there.
Our next Networking Meeting will be on the evening of Thursday 10th July. We will update the website and Facebook when we’ve got a venue booked but make sure you’ve got it in your diaries and we look forward to seeing you there.
Looking for something to do over the Easter holidays? There is plenty going on in and around the district for all ages. We’ve compiled a list of our favourites below.
Selly Manor are holding some Eggcellent Easter Eggtivities, hop on down and make a cute Easter animal or greetings card, an Easter basket or a spring nature spotter; you can even join in the egg hunt. (Open Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm. Saturday and Sunday, 2pm – 5pm.)
Or if Druids Heath Library is closer to you, get creative at their free Easter Craft Session. (Saturday 19 April, 10.30am – 11.30am.)
If dance is more your thing, join local professional dance company RDC Youth for some free, high quality workshops and performances in Walkers Heath Park. (Thursday 24th April, 12pm-4pm.)
The Roadhouse have some fantastic gigs lined up as usual and on Monday 14th they’ve got a free comedy night featuring some great local comedians. (From 8pm.)
The next Stirchley Community Market is on Thursday 17th April at Loaf Community Bakery and Cookery School which gives you just enough time to stock up on some fantastic local produce for an Easter feast.
Have a great break!