Happily, Stirchley Community Market will be taking place at the same time. So come down, pick up delicious food and handmade items from local suppliers (you can see the line-up of stallholders here), then call in to the café to chat to us about your community project or idea.
Surgery dates for you
Stirchley Community Matters
Tuesday 5 November, 6 – 7.30pm at Stirchley Baths (running in the cafe alongside Stirchley Community Market)
Could you deliver an interesting talk for users of Weoley Castle Library?
All topics will be considered, unless they are religious or political. If you think you could help please contact Joanne Coffey via email@example.com and tell her we sent you!
Committee members needed for the Friends of Kings Heath Park
We've heard that the Friends of Kings Heath Park are looking to recruit two new committee members, one of whom will chair the group.
The committee meets once every 4-6 weeks in the park to discuss future events and environmental work.
"We are looking for people who use the park: dog walkers, runners, parents whose children use the park and so on. You don't need to have committee experience, just enthusiasm and dedication," they said.
Community Engagement Officer position with Naturehood
Are you an experienced community engagement practitioner with a passion for wildlife? We've been alerted to this part-time, Birmingham-based position with Naturehood, the flagship community wildlife programme from international charity Earthwatch.
Over 50? Take part in research into mental health and wellbeing
We've heard from Iman Hassan, a trainee clinical psychologist at the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training & Research. Iman is conducting research into mental health and wellbeing in people aged 50 and over from different cultures (see below).
We're growing our networks and always looking for useful events and info to share. This is just a small selection of things we have spotted or been sent. If you have something you'd like us to consider promoting, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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