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Wildflower Meadow Workshop and Practical 6th June

Posted May 25, 2017

This free workshop is designed to provide training for those interested in managing wildflower meadows created through Urban Buzz and NIA. The workshop will look at meadow creation techniques and management practices. The workshop will... View Article

Another Chelsea Gold Medal for Birmingham Parks

Posted May 25, 2017

Birmingham City Council Parks has been awarded another Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show 2017, which makes six in a row now! The display celebrates the work of Birmingham artist, cartoonist and inventor Rowland... View Article

BOSF Administrator Job Opportunity

Posted May 19, 2017

Administrator Post 2 days (15 hrs) per week on self employed contract to 31 March 2018 (may be extended subject to funding) Pay rate £76.00 per day, plus reasonable travel expenses Are you highly organised,... View Article

Acocks Green Village in Bloom Gold Sculpture

Posted May 11, 2017

Acocks Green Village in Bloom have just installed their “Gold” Sculpture on the roundabout at Warwick Road, Shirley Road and near Westley Road. The sculpture, designed Veronica Treadwell  for Acocks Green B.I.D and for the... View Article

Making Birmingham Greener and Healthier Awards 2017

Posted May 10, 2017

There’s still time for your school, group or organisation to enter the Making Birmingham Greener & Healthier Awards 2017. Birmingham City Council, in partnership with environmental company Veolia, are looking for Birmingham’s next “green” champions.... View Article

Introducing Bordesley Green Forest Garden

Posted May 2, 2017

Bordesley Green Forest Garden is one of the largest community food forest projects in the West Midlands. The project works with the local community and wider region to promote regenerative urban food production and community... View Article

Government Publishes Plan to Increase Cycling and Walking

Posted April 28, 2017

The government has published its £1.2 billion long-term plan to make cycling and walking the natural choice for shorter journeys. The government wants cycling and walking to become the norm by 2040 and will target... View Article

Green Space and Grey Matter

Posted April 28, 2017

A study by the Universities of York and Edinburgh has found that walking between an urban environment and green space can trigger changes in levels of excitement and engagement in people aged over 65, with... View Article

West Midlands Mayor and Nature

Posted April 28, 2017

The Birmingham & Black Country Wildlife Trust with partners held a Natural Environment debate at Birmingham City University with the Mayoral candidates for the West Midlands Combined Authority on Friday 7th April. It was an... View Article

Community Outreach Advisor 2 Posts West Midlands and East Midlands

Posted April 20, 2017

Home based Circa £26,000 per annum The Royal Horticultural Society has been the force behind gardening for more than 200 years.  Best known for our world famous Flower Shows and Gardens, our charitable work is... View Article