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31 Jul 2018 - Kate Goodall
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Fighting for Air filming - Kings Heath CAN

Peter Edwards (Birmingham University) and James Connolly (Gorilla Coffee Cafe) having fun between takes for Fighting for Air documentary filming in October 2017. This lead to the set up of Kings Heath CAN (Clean Air Network) seeking to improve the air quality in the area.

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31 Jul 2018 - Kate Goodall
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Fighting for Air - Kings Heath CAN (Clean Air Network)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Tp2G18K6Lkw

This is the original documentary that appeared on BBC2's  Fighting for Air programme. As a result, a group of residents set up the Kings Heath Clean Air Network.

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25 Jul 2018 - Christine Wright
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Kings Heath Park - a much loved green space in the Birmingham suburbs

Take the full post for a selection of photos looking at the life of Kings Heath Park throughout the seasons. 

The park is managed by Birmingham City Council, with the help of a team of local volunteers, the 'Friends of Kings Heath Park'.

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Kings Heath Park - a much loved green space in the Birmingham suburbs





Take the full post for a selection of photos looking at the life of Kings Heath Park throughout the seasons. 

The park is managed by Birmingham City Council, with the help of a team of local volunteers, the 'Friends of Kings Heath Park'.


All photography by Christine Wright.

Find out more about the 'Friends of Kings Heath Park' by connecting here.

Kings Heath Park is centered on the Park House which was built in 1832 for the MP, William Congreve Russell. In 1880, it was bought by John Cartland (ancestor of the author Barbara Cartland, lover of pinkness and author of  romantic novels!).

The land was sold to the council and opened as a public park in 1908. The building houses council offices and the Cartland Tea Rooms.

Plants are available for sale in the nursery at Kings Heath Park.

Let's take a look at the Park though the seasons :

Photography by Christine Wright.

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25 Jul 2018 - Christine Wright
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Introducing 'Friends of Kings Heath Park'

The Friends of Kings Heath Park were set up in July 2017 to assist Birmingham City Council and the Ranger service in continuing to make Kings Heath Park a family-friendly, community green space for future generations.

They run litter picks, pond maintenance, forest school, festive & seasonal free events for the community. 

Take the full post for more on this group.<

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Introducing 'Friends of Kings Heath Park'





The Friends of Kings Heath Park were set up in July 2017 to assist Birmingham City Council and the Ranger service in continuing to make Kings Heath Park a family-friendly, community green space for future generations.

They run litter picks, pond maintenance, forest school, festive & seasonal free events for the community. 

Take the full post for more on this group.<

Take a look at how Friends of Kings Heath Park do so much to protect their wonderful park for the enjoyment of all. 

Find out more about them at their website or here in our Kings Heath people with passion.

The Big Picnic in the Park, June 2018.

Bringing together the community for picnics, games for children and adults, swing dance and hoola-hoop sessions.

Regular Litter picks, co-ordinated by Siobhan McMillan.

Find out more about Friends of Kings Heath Park here at People with Passion.

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24 Jul 2018 - FreeTimePays
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Introducing the Moseley and Kings Heath Shed - wellbeing in action!

'Moseley and Kings Heath Shed' is a wonderful project that helps to combat lonliness and isolation in older men and women through working together.

Take the full post to see how this superb project helps so many people.

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Introducing the Moseley and Kings Heath Shed - wellbeing in action!





'Moseley and Kings Heath Shed' is a wonderful project that helps to combat lonliness and isolation in older men and women through working together.

Take the full post to see how this superb project helps so many people.

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The shed in Kings Heath Park is a warm and welcoming environment where people can learn new skills, work on their own or chat over a cup of tea. 

 

The workers in the shed produce beautiful items in wood, metal and glass, some of which is sold at local craft fairs and markets to raise funds for the project.

 

 

 

 

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