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Local Innovation Funding Meeting for Moseley & Kings Heath

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On 13 December the Moseley and Kings Heath Community Partnership is holding a special meeting to discuss the Local Innovation Fund – a new fund recently launched by the council to help people across Birmingham invest in projects, groups and activities they think will help their local communities. The Local Innovation Fund (LIF) is providing £48,000 to each ward in the city for local councillors to work with people in their local area supporting new and innovative ways of doing things in their neighbourhood. 

You are therefore invited to the meeting on 13 December at 7pm at The Moseley Exchange, 149-153 Alcester Road B13 8JP to find out more, join in the discussion and share your thoughts and ideas with your councillors and other residents/partners.

Please let Kay Thomas know if you are intending to attend on kay.Thomas@Birmingham.gov.uk

 

 

Moseley Family Fun Today At 2pm

 

 

These are a few pictures from our family event on Sunday at Kings Heath Community Centre – Come down to Ashrammoseley (106 Alcester Road, near The Prince of Wales)  today at 2pm (till 4pm) for more of the same and to learn about the dangers of Loan Sharks and how to avoid them!

Meet Sid the Shark at 3pm!

Try some delicious food from The Real Junk Food Café and pay what you feel it is worth!

Free games and activities for kids and seasonal stalls!

Public Health Event 7 November

BIRMINGHAM SOUTH CENTRAL CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP:

Join us for a Q&A session which will focus

on“Young people and healthcare

in Birmingham”

What does it

mean for you?

Monday 7 November 2016

12:00 – 1:30pm (Lunch until 12:30pm when session starts)

Bournville College Conference Centre (Gold Building)

Longbridge Lane, West Midlands B31 2AJ

Hosted by Charmaine Burton of New Style Radio’s Different

Anglez of Society show, our panel will consist of:

• Dr Diane Reeves – Accountable Officer, NHS Bimingham South Central CCG

• Jane Upton PhD – Head of Evidence, Healthwatch Birmingham

• Elaine Kirwan – Head of Nursing, Comm CAMHS at Birmingham Children’s Hospital

To book go to:

http://bscquestionandanswer.eventbrite.co.uk

Car parking available in Longbridge Car Park at £1/day; alternatively, the venue

is easily accessible by

Public Transport.