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Looking to produce a CV? Need some advice of the job market? The National Careers Service will be at Fox Hollies Children’s Centre on Wednesday to offer free help and advice.
Is your New Year’s Resolution to do more exercise and meet new people in 2016? If you are free on Wednesday mornings then here is an opportunity to take advantage of in Acocks Green at Fox Hollies Park.
Do you live in or around Fox Hollies? Next Wednesday 11th September, 7pm is our neighbouring Neighbourhood Forum’s Public Meeting. Find out more about whats going on in the Fox Hollies area. All local residents are most welcome. It takes … Continue reading
There are activities for young people happening in Acocks Green over the summer, all the info you need is here, a lot of the events are free, there are a wide choice, kick boxing to bike maintenance, and you can also find … Continue reading
In a recent news item on BBC Midlands it was announced that there are over 1000 free allotments around Birmingham. This was a little misleading because it implied that they were ‘free’ as in there was no cost, however what they … Continue reading
This Friday local cyclists are invited to take part in the Birmingham Bike Train. Join up to commute into the city centre with other cyclists, taking the quieter roads that make the cycle into the city easier than you might think. There is a … Continue reading
On the 22nd September 2011, Birmingham Friends of the Earth in conjunction with PushBikes and Sustrans will be holding 5 “Bike Train” events. This is an opportunity for people to get out on their bikes for the commute to work. … Continue reading