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Set in the urban heart of Northfield, the Ecocentre offers practical and inspiring ideas and advice on how to green up your lifestyle, home or business, whatever the size and budget. We run a wide range of services, activities, and events across a variety of themes. Why not Get Involved as a volunteer or professional mentor.

We’d like to say a big thanks to the staff at our local Sainsburys Northfield store for supporting us as their local charity of the year over 2015/16.

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A chance to discover the Kushinga Community Garden in Selly Oak run by migrants, refugees together with local gardeners. ...

If you’re a keen gardener, then this event could be for you. The Kushinga Community Garden, behind the car park to the left of 48 Raddlebarn Road, Selly Oak, is hosting an open day this Saturday (27th August). You’ll be able to meet some of the gardeners who cultivate the garden, share plants and cuttings, and there’ll even be a BBQ too. The Community Garden is a partnership between refugees and migrants, the Hope Projects and local gardeners. For more details, take a look at the attached flyer or email [email protected]

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