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    The City Nature Challenge 2021

        Later this month The City Nature Challenge is taking place! It’s an annual competition between cities all over the world to see how many wild species their citizens… Read More


    Covid-19 Green & Open Space Use

      A report published by the Medical Research Council/Chief Scientist Office Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow reveals there was a marked increase in use… Read More


    Wild About Gardens 2021

      Wild About Gardens is back for 2021 and this year they are wild about…beetles!   Working in partnership with The Wildlife Trusts, Wild About Gardens aims to get the… Read More


    No11 Arts in Parks

        No11 Arts Ltd is an umbrella organisation created to support, enrich and advocate for our city-wide network of 10 Local Arts Forums (LA’sF). There are 10 LAF’s across… Read More


    Celebrating Communities Fund – Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

     Bid now for a slice of a £2million council fund created to help people celebrate Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games!   The Celebrating Communities fund is designed to: Support and engage… Read More


    New FPA Park Volunteer Development Coordinators for Dawberry Fields and Ward End Park

    We would like to introduce the new Future Parks Accelerator – Volunteer Development Coordinators for two of the Naturally Birmingham project sites, Helen Harvey for Dawberry Fields and Fredy Tematema… Read More


    Survey for Gelbe Farm Park

    Birmingham City Council are currently working with the Glebe Farm Residents Group on a funding bid for Glebe Farm Recreation Ground/Park.  The group have produced a survey to get feedback… Read More


    Our Future City Plan – A City for Nature

    Birmingham City Council (BCC) are asking for your feedback on the emerging new strategy for Central Birmingham as this will shape future statutory planning policy and guidance. ‘Shaping our City… Read More


    Love Birmingham’s Parks – Interactive map

      When you’re walking in your local park or open space in Birmingham, please take photos of signs of Spring!  We will then add these photos to our new “Love… Read More


    The Dawberry Fields Reptile Project

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are working in partnership with Birmingham City Council’s Naturally Birmingham Future Parks Accelerator Programme and the local community to fundraise for… Read More