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Nature Theatre Sessions

Starting on Friday 6 November, these sessions for those aged 50+ will be held in Moseley Park. Details of how to register for the Nature Theatre can be found here.


The CBSO returns to Symphony Hall

Live concerts for socially-distanced audiences are restarting with the first concert to be on Wednesday 4 November.
All the information you need is here.


Highbury Park Friends

The litter picking trail circulated recently can now be found on the Highbury Park Friends’ website here, along with much more of interest about the Park and about the Friends.



‘Write your world alive today’ – a message from Chris Fewings

“On Sunday 1st November I’m launching a six-week online writing course, Write your world alive today. I’m telling everyone I know, in case you know someone who knows someone who might be interested… feel free to forward this email.
Some of you have already expressed an interest, and of course any of you are welcome to take part. There are some basic details below – more at the new website I’ve set up for facilitating other people’s writing (see here), which also has details of my one-to-one work, and testimonials.

  • Whether you’re new to creative writing or have published a book, this course will get you flexing your writing muscles.
  • Ten minutes a day (or an hour if you’ve got it) five days a week, whenever you can fit it in. Catch up if you miss a day.
  • Instructions you can bend to suit yourself.
  • Words which can flow into poetry or prose, fiction or non-fiction.

Incidentally, I still have 29 copies of Pity the Uncrooked Tree available, and my writer’s website  is still there (available here) – I hope to add to it soon.”

Digital Driveway Duo

The leaflet here from Driveway Duo Digital Concerts explains how you can commission your own concert over Zoom from two of our local musicians who during lockdown started their mission to bring the music to us.
Contact them via