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Bartering Favours Next time you need a helping hand or need to borrow something, why not try to source it from your local community?

Barter and Recycle Your Unwanted Stuff All barter exchanges are tracked using a virtual currency called a 'Fava', to create a 'gift economy' where the more you have given, the more likely that people will want to reciprocate. The Fava is the foundation for 'pay it forward' economics.

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B31 Voices

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Hyperlocal resource for Frankley, Kings Norton, Longbridge, Northfield, Rednal, Rubery, Weoley & West Heath. News, Politics, Arts, Youth & History. Also includes neighbourhood events...
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  • B31 Blog Has MOVED!
    Please visit our new sparkly site at b31.org.uk If you’ve subscribed to our RSS feed, please ensure you resubscribe to our new feed And if you’ve been lovely and generous enough to provide a link to us on your blog or website, please ensure you’re linking to the dedicated b31.org.uk address rather than the wordpress […]
  • City Council Want Your Bra!
        Yes, you read that right! (I’m going to try very hard to avoid any distasteful punnery here!) Birmingham City Council launched bra recycling bins last month, and they have already been stuffed with over a thousand unwanted bras. The innovative bra recycling scheme raises funds for Breast Friends, a Sutton Coldfield based group offering […]
  • Got Issues?
    Do you have issues you want to raise about your local area? Want to know what your local councillors and police officers are doing? West Midlands Police hold regular “Meet and Greet” sessions where you can go along and meet your local officers and discuss any issues with them. If you feel a councillor may […]
  • Frankley CLC Funding Doubts
    Students currently studying at the pioneering City Learning Centre in Frankley are in doubt of what their future holds. In September 2008, Frankley CLC started piloting The 14-19 Higher Level Diploma in Engineering, taking its first 32 students from five local schools. The centre is also involved with other exciting and innovative projects, such as F1 in Schools, […]
  • Northfield’s Arts Champions
    Birmingham City Council’s Arts Champions Scheme brings the arts to all areas of the city by partnering respected arts organisations from the city with each of Birmingham’s constituencies. These “Arts Champions” bring new events, advice and activities to their partnered communities. Northfield has been partnered with Birmingham Repertory Theatre since 2008. The Rep has brought theatre, […]
  • The World at 4am
    What does your world look like at 4am? After going out around Birmingham at 4am to capture life during this magical hour, photographer Karen Strunks posted the resulting images on her blog and wrote about her experiences. After a positive response from blog readers &  twitter followers, she decided to set up the 4am Project. […]
  • The Pope People
    Post by Marty Taylor Getting ready to go and join thousands of Catholics gathering in the streets of Longbridge to see the Pope on a Sunday morning is something I never thought I’d do. Today, however, I did just that. I am not a religious person, in fact I would go as far as saying that, in […]
  • B<31 Local News 21/9/10
    Plans for multimillion pound youth centre on Longbridge Lane have been submitted to Birmingham City Council Plans submitted for £5 million Longbridge youth centre | birminghamnewsroom.com Former Rover workers to sign beam at new Bournville College to maintain historic link: BBC News – MG Rover link with £66m Bournville College. And yet more Papal news….! […]
  • Pilgrim’s Eye View
    **These images and footage are courtesy of Donato Esposito, unless otherwise stated. Thanks Donato! Donato, of Rubery, and his children attended the beatification mass as members of the congregation of the Catholic Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour in Rednal, the closest church to the park. He tweeted throughout the day , snapped pictures […]
  • Pictures: Pope, Pilgrims & Protesters
    On Sunday, Marty & I grabbed the kidlets and pottered off over to Cofton Park to see the Pope, pilgrims & protesters. Took lots and lots of pictures, mostly of people waiting to get a glimpse of the Pope as he left the park and of the protesters and the reactions of pilgrims as they […]

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