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Anawim is holding a jumble sale on Tuesday the 6th July from 12pm to 2pm to support women in and around Birmingham.
The jumble sale will have women’s clothes, children’s clothes, children’s books, toys, household items and a tombola.
Where: 228 Mary St, Balsall Heath, B12 9RJ
See flyer here.
Moseley Farmers’ Market and Moseley Arts Market are going ahead this Saturday 26th June, 9am to 2pm.
The markets will be in the centre of Moseley Village and will have as many usual stalls as possible selling a huge range of produce to cater for everyone’s needs; whether it be fruit and vegetables, cheeses and wine, pies, beer or samosas. Everything available is guaranteed to be local and the produce is reared, grown or processed by the stallholders: it’s a certified real Farmers’ Market. There will also be stallholders selling non-local food for the benefit of the community such as olives, fish, unusual cheeses and coffee beans & tea leaves. These are placed on the edge of the Farmers Market area, with the Arts Market stalls across the main street.
Moseley Park and Pool will be open to the public.
Please remain mindful of the guidelines to enjoy the markets safely. See more information here.
Footsteps will be leading a walk to visit the Share Shack project and City Farm in Balsall Heath, next Wednesday, 30th June 9:45 am – 10:45 am, open to people of all faiths and none.
Footsteps (Faiths for a Low Carbon Future) brings together faith groups in Birmingham to respond to the challenge of moving to a low carbon future.
Balsall Heath Share Shack (based at Balsall Heath City Farm) is part of “a series of community spaces for residents to connect with each other by borrowing, repairing, re-using and being creative! Share Shacks aim to strengthen relationships in communities, reduce waste, encourage people to share skills, borrow free tools and equipment, and learn something new.”
Balsall Heath City Farm is “an urban oasis in the heart of inner-city Birmingham with 50 animals and attractive planting.”
Meet at the Share Shack for 9:30am, the walk will begin at 9:45 and last for an hour. Refreshments provided. Covid safety guidelines will be followed.
Please register for the walk here.
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.