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Marcus Belben
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I work with people to find creative ways to connect.
I work with people to find creative ways to connect.

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Birmingham's Royal Street Parties
It's being reported on Radio 4 this morning that there are only a few official royal street parties in the UK, live from Handsworth, Birmingham - a story also recently reported in local news . Party for King George V & Queen Mary’s Silver Jubilee 1935. Outs...
Birmingham's Royal Street Parties
Birmingham's Royal Street Parties
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Commonwealth Heads pay tribute to the Unremembered
Our Unremembered wreath has been presented to the Foreign Secretary and Commonwealth Foreign Ministers at a lunchtime reception as part of the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting along with nearly 100 others made by community groups across the UK. Fore...
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It’s important to know where your from.  It’s also important that where you’re from recognises and values you. We started this week with a political map of Birmingham, showing boundaries about to change, discussed why they were changing, discussed the…
Learning about our suffrage heritage
Learning about our suffrage heritage
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Today Victoria Goodyear and her team at the University of Birmingham are publishing a comprehensive report looking at young people, social media, health and wellbeing.  The report develops from workshops in 2017 that the Wellbeing Team, along with a range…
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Reading a book can be very private experience, so why share what you read?  I met Angela Bernard, a volunteer from Stanhope Hall Wellbeing to talk about her new book club, and why she thinks books are for sharing. Here are our five top reasons: Meet new…
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Today our Active Streets supported two events in the Northfield district – celebrating Kings Norton Park’s fantastic achievement in becoming a Green Flag Park, and the newly created Northfield Community Garden. Kings Norton Park joins just 16 other…
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Five years on, playing out in Birmingham has developed into Active Streets, and has grown exponentially.  Starting at three streets in Kings Heath in 2013, there were 45 Active Street locations in 2017, and a total of 80 different events citywide. Last…
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This week Lord Mayor popped in to see Wholesale Memory Exhibition at the Library of Birmingham – open to 7th April 2018. Friction Arts present the Wholesale Memory Exhibition an exhibition that celebrates the ‘Wholesale Market’ a historical birthplace of…
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Birmingham's child emigrants revisited
Annual Report Middlemore Homes  showing ‘before and after’ photos The Balsall Heath Local History Society has received £32,100 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project concerning the Children’s Emigration Homes. These were founded by Joh...
Birmingham's child emigrants revisited
Birmingham's child emigrants revisited
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Making Birmingham Votes Count
Debating Representation in Council Chambers 6th February 2018 Following our Rally celebrating 100 years since the signing of 'The Representation of the People Act', People's Heritage Co-operative are working with Birmingham City Council Wellbeing Service se...
Making Birmingham Votes Count
Making Birmingham Votes Count
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