Creative writing workshops at the Venture between 1pm and 2:30pm on Wednesdays.
Attendees are welcome to just turn on up the day and take part, meet new people in a relaxed environment and get creative.
St. Paul’s Community Development Trust are delighted to be part of a project called Compost Culture supported by funding from The National Lottery Community Fund Climate Action Fund. We will be working with a fantastic set of partners, led by Incredible Surplus, to continue our work developing a closed loop system on site, where our organisation will compost all of the food and other biodegradable waste we produce and use the compost to grow fruit and vegetables. The systems we develop here at St. Paul’s will be a place to look, learn and find out about composting and we’re looking forward to inviting you to events and activities where you’ll be able get involved in this important Climate Action activity.
Would you like to volunteer at the Farm or Venture? We are looking for help in the following areas; Helping groups who visit the Farm After school and holiday clubs Help with cooking of meals for our weekly groups Admin tasks Help with Open Days and Events If you are interested, please contact Anita on 0121 464 1888 or email Anita.Moore@stpaulstrust.org.uk, we are looking for people who are keen to help keep the Farm going and who enjoy community events and want to make difference.
Free Creative Workshops starting soon at the Venture/Farm.
“Meet new people in a relaxed environment. Take inspiration from seasonal change and nature in the local environment”
Starting Wednesday the 2nd of March between 10:30 and 12:00.
To book a place, please contact Anita on email@example.com or call her on 0121 464 1888/07812 761218
Healing Waves is a gentle therapeutic movement class at the historic swimming pool at Moseley Road Baths.
Running on Monday’s between 12pm and 1pm. Starting on the 24th of January 2022.
For more information please contact, Emily Butler on Emily.Butler@moseleyroadbaths.org.uk or call her on 07596 858360.
St. Paul’s Community Development Trust has been on a long journey. From making significant loses for consecutive years the financial position is much improved and services are expanding an improving year on year. Having assessed strengths on our Board we are looking to increase membership by two and are looking for candidates with experience in the following areas;
Attached is a Birmingham Mail article that shows the positive impact St. Paul’s make with the work we do with children and families.
Whilst we are not appreciative of the third world headlines, it does show how we help to improve lives particularly through the last two years.
We are running our DSL Training on the following dates,
- Designated Safeguarding Lead 1 Day Refresher Training – Monday 7th February 2022
- Designated Safeguarding Lead 2 Day Training – Friday 4th & 11th March 2022
Please be aware that all of our Training is now Online only.
To book a place please download, complete and return the Booking Form on our Training Page
For further details please visit the Training Page or contact Ruksana.Parveen@stpaulstrust.org.uk
The Active Wellbeing Society (TAWS) and St. Paul’s Community Development Trust have been in partnership for two years working together to ensure the funding of the Balsall Heath City Farm, as well as working together on the site to bring support and services to the local community in addition to those already being provided there. This includes a community kitchen and a portable Share Shack.
St. Paul’s Trust would like to thank The Roger & Douglas Turner Charitable Trust (CIO) for the grant of £3,000 to enhance our offer to improve the lives of children.
St. Paul’s is happy to promote the Healthy Start Scheme and encourages families to access their entitlement.
Healthy Start is a government scheme to improve the health of low-income pregnant women and families. Women who are 10˖ weeks pregnant and families with children under four years old qualify if they are on benefits and tax credits. The scheme offers eligible women and families, FREE vouchers worth £4.25 (or £8.50 for a baby in the first year) to spend on milk, fruit, vegetables and first stage infant formula milk. In addition, families also receive Healthy Start vitamin vouchers.