We'll be holding our first Pushing the Boundaries discussion event in Hall Green.
St Peter’s Church, Highfield Road, Birmingham, B28 0BT
6pm, 1 February
Birmingham has always been a diverse place to live. And if the voting patterns in Birmingham for the EU referendum showed anything, it’s that we sometimes think different things about our future together.
Even though we may have different views about all kinds of things in life, we also work and live together as a community. Yet we don’t always get a chance to talk about what we think is best for our community and how we should respond to different views about this.
We would like to invite you to a discussion where you will have a chance to talk about what is most important to you about the future of Hall Green. This will also be an opportunity to hear from others and develop a better understanding of where other people are coming from on these issues in your community. This event is open to anybody that lives or works in Hall Green and is interested in discussing how we, as a community, could live together better in the future.
Food will be available from 6pm and we’ll aim to start the discussion at 6.30pm.
The event is being organised by brap (www.brap.org.uk) and Near Neighbours (http://www.cuf.org.uk/near-neighbours).
To book a ticket please go to: https://hallgreensharedfutures.eventbrite.co.uk. If you have any queries or would like to discuss this further, please contact Asif Afridi on 0121 272 8455.