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Introducing Bournville Community Hub

In just a short time, Bournville Community Hub has become a fantastic neighbourhood asset.

It’s a work-place, story-time corner, games night venue, cake-stop, artists’ studio, meeting-place, after-school treat, somewhere to check emails, and find out what’s happening for families in the area.  During the week, it’s a-buzz with toddler music classes, pilates classes, baby massage and yoga, and pregnancy yoga classes. At the weekends, you’ll see youngsters working hard at Beaufort Tutors GCSE and 11+ support sessions.

 

In 2014, Busy Parents Network was asked by Bournville Village Trust to take care of the management of the Hub for a year; to gather support, open the doors to new organisations, host new activities and make things happen both inside the building and within the community. It was so successful, we’ve continued to run it and the Hub has done from strength to strength.  Office space on the third floor is used by social enterprises and self-employed workers.

Busy Parents Network continues their other activities including hosting their great Family Festivals such as the Bournville Children’s Book Festival and the Bournville Scarecrow Festival, which so many local residents have enjoyed and benefited from.

If you’d like more information about Bournville Community Hub, or are interested in hiring rooms or volunteering, please get in touch with Sarah Mullen on sarah@bournvillecommunityhub.com.

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