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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 18.09.20

The wide-ranging local and national Birmingham City Council Update issued on Friday 18 September 2020 can be read here. There are links to all the most recent Covid-19 advice including how the additional local regulations affect the city. The updated advice on the Government website is here.

 

Heritage Open Days / Birmingham Heritage Week come to an end on Sunday 20.09.20

Heritage Open Days / Birmingham Heritage Week come to an end on Sunday.  You can find information on the websites here and here.

A reminder that on Sunday 20 September 2-5pm both the Dovecote Garden and Moseley Park will be open for socially distanced visits. Why not plan to visit them as you go to and from the Moseley in Bloom sale at the top of Chantry Road?

 

 

New Coronavirus restrictions in Birmingham

Here is the link to the Council’s website with the most recent information and the answers to some frequently asked questions.

 

Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 17.09.20

The Moseley in Bloom News no. 23 can be read here, with news of the Pop-up Plant, Produce and (gardening) Paraphernalia Sale on Sunday 20 September and advice on growing your own vegetables.

Please send any horticultural or environmental stories or news to add to the final letter of the year that will be produced next week by Carol Miller doctorcarolmiller@gmail.com

 

 

Heritage Open Days / Birmingham Heritage Week continue

You can find information on the websites here and here.

On Sunday 20 September 2-5pm both the Dovecote Garden and Moseley Park will be open for socially distanced visits. Why not plan to visit them as you go to and from the Moseley in Bloom sale at the top of Chantry Road?