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Shiny new equipment!

Posted by Anna Squires on January 17, 2018

Our lovely new tools have arrived ready for the New Year. The volunteers have already been digging in and trying them out. We have so many ideas bubbling for the garden and these tools will be really helpful to complete them. Roll on the Spring so we can get stuck in! Continue reading »


A network of community projects located in Birmingham

Type: Geographical
Powered by: Project Dirt
Social handle: @BrumDirters


B37 Project BeSeen BeHeard BeCreative

The aim of the project is to produce two public art works with the local community to be displayed at Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre. The artworks will be produced during a one week pop-up community art space in a vacant shop and managed by two local artists. The venue will also be used to showcase other design ideas for public artworks "on the Wood", from local community groups, schools and talented artists (including the resurrection of the much loved and maligned Bogey on the Stick!), with a view to sourcing funding and support to turn some of them into a reality. Many thanks go to Ellandi LLP, Chelmsley Wood Town Centre and Project Dirt for supporting and funding this project.  

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Who has an enviable job? The PD Community Manager!

Our friends from the Global Good Awards wanted to do a feature for their newsletter on the importance of community projects. Who did they turn to? Project Dirt of course! Have a read of what our Community Manager James Baker had to say on how community projects can create real and lasting change, what makes a good project and how Project Dirt is helping those projects to thrive here.




Bringing the Big Lunch to Wolverhampton

16:00, Wednesday 21st March

Hosted by: Peter Lefort

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