What kind of projects would you like to do?
What skills would you like to share as part of the co-op?
Which other groups do you think we should work with?
Some great suggestions, some more general (youth groups, School Groups) which is great, perhaps building on some of our previous projects with Sarehole Mill, Hall Green Arts, Paganel Primary, Swanshurst School, Swan Corner Community Group, University of Birmingham.
Others more particular, all of which I hope we can work with in the future: Friends of the LoB, Northfield Arts Forum, FoBAH, Secret City Arts, Friends of Northfield Library, the Play House, Birmingham Peace Hub, Northfield Community Partnership, Civic Society Heritage, Bham Solihull Women’s Aid, Heritage Forum, U3AHallfield School and Victoria College.
How do you think being part of a co-op could help you?
Next meeting 27th March
Thanks everyone for coming to our first HeritageMeet. Friday 27th March 1pm Cafe Aroma, Staff House, University of Birmingham will be our next regular Coop meeting, which you are all invited to. It’s been fantastic to meet so many inspiring individuals all interested in working together to better represent and promote People’s Heritage!