Bearwood Build Make & Mend

Local residents, local businesses, children and families gathered at the Centre on a glorious Sunday afternoon to explore the potential of a new community space built by and for the people of Bearwood, perhaps on Bearwood's High Street. This community event provided opportunities to find out about all the great things already going on in Bearwood, make new connections and get ideas off the ground. The action packed timetable included talks from experts, workshops, children's play, art, toy mend & delicious food from Bearwood Action for Refugees.

We would like to thank everybody who attended & contributed to the event, it was great to welcome some new visitors to the Centre and a big well done to everybody who was involved in setting up the event.

The day was part of a wider programme by Bearwood residents Amy Martin and Sally Taylor, the Radical Childcare programme based at Impact Hub Birmingham, and informed by research undertaken by We Are Bearwood.