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St Mary’s Choristers’ Gee Seven Song

In the context of the G7 Conference, Truro Cathedral Choir fronted a wonderful project, “Sing2G7”, for young people in all the G7 countries to sing to their leaders. Their theme was to think about the next generation and the poorest of the world, to make the planet a better place.

St. Mary’s Moseley’s choristers joined the project and their wonderful contribution can be viewed on YouTube here! To find out more about the project, visit Sing2G7.

 

Highbury Sustainability Festival – Tomorrow Sunday 13th June

Sharing eco-friendly, family-friendly, sustainable ideas and accessible community arts at Highbury: The Chamberlain Highbury Trust invites you to a free, interactive, accessible community festival on the Highbury Estate in Moseley’s Highbury Park On Sunday 13th June 2021, 11am to 4pm.

“The Chamberlain Highbury Trust has undertaken the first phase of a gardens restoration project at Highbury bringing back historic features, connecting the Grade *II listed mansion to the park and making the path network and driveway more accessible to more people. We are hosting this festival to share our pledge to make Highbury sustainable, our commitment to protecting its wildlife and plant species and our promise to our community to keep providing quality accessible events and opportunities. Our Sustainability Festival will be a creative and interactive festival where visitors will spend time outside experiencing the changes made to the estate. Along the way they will encounter activities, displays, art works and performances. There will be space for visitors to share their ideas and goals to become more sustainable as well as ask questions and be inquisitive about small changes that can make a big difference.”

For more information on the event, see the poster here, and the website here.

Moseley in Bloom Pop-Up Plant Sale – Sunday 4th July

Moseley in Bloom will be holding their next pop-up plant sale in July.

  • When: Sunday 4th July, 2-4pm
  • Where: 50 St Agnes Road, B13 9PN

Plants and garden paraphernalia will be on sale, and Moseley In Bloom can now take cashless payments with their new card-reader.

Prior to the sale donations of plants, seedlings and paraphernalia can be dropped off at 15 Thornley Close B13 9UQ. Or bring them on the day. Note – donations must be easily portable.

Further information on the poster here and enquiries to: doctorcarolmiller@gmail.com

 

Kitchen Utensils Wanted!

A “mud kitchen” is being created at Highbury Orchard for children’s play. If you have any spare kitchen utensils, such as whisks, ice cream scoops, chopping boards, etc, please drop them off at the Moseley Exchange: 149-153 Alcester Rd, Moseley, B13 8JP. Find out more about Highbury Orchard here, and for more information on the mud kitchen project, see the poster here, or email: rhiannon@moseleyexchange.com

 

West Midlands Cycle Hire

West Midlands Cycle Hire is now live in Birmingham – and, to celebrate, they are offering ALL riders their first 30 minutes FREE! Just download the app and get ready to ride! More information can be seen here.