Birmingham Bike Project

If you have a bike you don’t need, you can donate to the Birmingham Bike Project, which fixes up bikes, gives them to refugees, and organises cycling trips together.

Link to website (under construction): https://www.birminghambikeproject.co.uk/

If you have a bike you would like to donate, please contact info@birminghambikeproject.co.uk
For help collecting bikes being offered and getting them to Birmingham, please contact Helen at 4hudsons@tinyworld.co.uk .

 

GIMME SHELTER – FUNDRAISING CONCERT

Palace Studio – Thursday 10th May 2018: 7.00pm
(Running Time 2 hours and 55 mins approx. including interval)

Bromsgrove and Redditch Welcome Refugees are proud to present their second fundraising concert. Come along to hear an eclectic mix of Folk and Indie Music, featuring professional singer-songwriters,
in the intimate setting of the Palace Studio.
Profits are split between supporting refugees living in Worcestershire and giving aid to the camps in Europe and beyond.

Tickets £12.00 inclusive of booking fee £1 per ticket up to a maximum of £4.
Age: Suitable for all.

February Clothing Collection Date Cancelled

 

 

NO CLOTHING COLLECTION THIS SATURDAY.

Also, please don’t leave donations at the Church or any of the Bridge Church building.

The policy of the Church is any bags just left will be sadly just thrown away. If they get wet or get contaminated the donations become a Health & Safety issue.

If bags begin to be left at the Bridge Church site and not handed over to anyone from our group this will jeopardise BRWR using The Bridge Church as a collection point.

NEXT COLLECTION SATURDAY 3rd MARCH

 

Poem – Refugees by Brian Bilston

Read top-to-bottom as normal, his piece says refugees “are not welcome here”, calls on them to “go back to where they came from” and says “a place should only belong to those who are born there”.

But the poet adds a small request at the end of his poem: “Now read from bottom-to-top”. And the results are really something else…

Refugees by Brian Bilston