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Human Trafficking Awareness sessions hosted by the Medaille Trust, in partnership with Father Hudson’s Care, will take place from 7pm until 9pm on Wednesday (17 April) at St Anne’s Parish Rooms, Digbeth B12 OPB, and from 11am until 1pm on Thursday (18 April) at St Catherine of Siena, Bristol Street B5 7BE. The sessions will…

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19 December 2019

At the forefront: Chaplains in Further Education

Did you know that 2.2 million people in England are studying and training at a Further Education or Sixth Form…

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19 December 2019

Residential Silent Retreats 2020

Opportunities to join a silent retreats in the Ignatian Tradition during 2020. They are conducted in silence with experienced guides…

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17 December 2019

Meet a Chaplain

Alive Snell has been a Chaplain to Birmingham airport for almost 16 years. Here’s her story . . . I…

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28 November 2019

Reducing our footprint one step at a time

Springs Dance Company’s The Green Project  Reducing our footprint one step at a time Springs’ Green Project offers a short dance…

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Become a Drop-off point to help refugees cycle

The Bike Project, an award winning charity who take in second hand bikes, refurbish them and then donate them to…

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23 November 2019

Passion Play 2020: Request for support

Saltmine Trust have been seeking partnerships with Birmingham churches and organisations while exploring the possibility of a Birmingham Passion Play…

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23 November 2019

Retirement of Principal

The Principal of the Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham, the Revd Canon Dr David Hewlett, has recently announced that he is planning…

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Safe Families in Birmingham

We are so excited to share with you that Safe Families have been awarded a contract from Birmingham City Council to support…

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23 November 2019

Reaching into your Neighbourhood: Permission to Smile Tea Parties

You’ve probably seen ‘Permission to Smile’ banners around Birmingham encouraging people to be friendly and ‘greet someone today’. Did you…

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