Public Health England is encouraging adults to look after their mental health as they do their physical health through its new Every Mind Matters campaign – It launched the pilot in the West and East Midlands on World Mental Health Day (10 October).
While the UK celebrates Black History Month in October, the International Slavery Museum (ISM) uses every day to remember and celebrate black history. Entry to the museum, and all our events and activities throughout the year, are free.
This half-term Birchfield Big Local and Ifa Yoruba Contemporary Arts Trust will be presenting a FREE arts and heritage project for local young people aged 8 – 16.
Ashebo CIC were funded through the Birchfield Big Local small grants scheme to provide a play training course for local people interested in children’s outdoor play.
The Thomas Bromwich Charity provides grants for living expenses, help with small debts, emergency payments and more, for people that live within Handsworth, Perry Barr and Great Barr by specified postcode areas.
The Seven Trent Trust Fund is available to consumers who can apply to get a reduction on their water bill or help to pay it. It is accessible to all customers who receive either water and/or sewerage services from Severn Trent Water.
There are a range of free services and online resources available in and around Birchfield that can help benefit claimants. We have listed some of these in this article for you.