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Dudley Road “Improvements”

In June 2018, Birmingham City Council cabinet met and worked through an agenda of around 1080 pages covering important items requiring a decision to be made. Amongst these were 2 which were very important for Birmingham’s environment. The first was making a decision...

Digbeth Community Garden Update

We have been very productive in the garden over the last few months. We have cleared out a lot of junk and there seems to be a lot more space in there, even with the new hazel dome/steam lodge structure. Having erected some birch posts for a shelter and extended the...

Campaigns Digest – Spring 2019

Hello, welcome to the spring edition of our newsletter. Over the past few months we have been thinking about the year ahead and what campaigns BFoE should run. After two campaign planning days in February and March, we have decided our focus this year will be on air...

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International Women’s Day 2019

Are women destroying the planet? Yes, if many of the 'plastic-free periods' campaigns are to be believed. The websites for these organisations are peppered with the kind of arresting statistics that can make the female reader feel guilty at best and shamed at worst....

Join us for our Nurture Nature Day

We would like to invite you to join us at our Nurture Nature Day taking place on Saturday 20 July in the heart of Birmingham's Digbeth Community Garden! There will be crafts, activities and information about the importance of wildlife friendly gardening or if you...

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