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On Friday 26th February 2021, spend a night out in a cardboard box to raise money for BCM’s work with the homeless in our city – this time in your own garden! And if another chilly night fits into your diary better, feel free to choose a different date.
We’re really disappointed that, because of the pandemic, we can’t hold our annual Sponsored Sleepout in the Clock Tower car park, but we know many people will still want to support the event and raise funds for Birmingham’s homeless. So we’re going mobile and recruiting participants to sleep out under the stars at home. You could do it on your own, as a family challenge or, if Covid-19 restrictions allow by the end of February, with friends or your youth group.
If you’d like to be a part of it, register and receive your free Sleepout 2021 Participant’s Pack, full of goodies, tips and information – just call 0121 766 6603 (ext 2) or email email@example.com giving your name and address.
Please check out their website https://www.birminghamcitymission.org.uk/sleepout-2021/
Building Back Better Together Assembly with Secretary of State for Housing, Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP (to be confirmed)
The Secretary of State for Housing Communities and Local Government Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP has been invited to attend and respond to the conclusions of our summit. We would also like to use this opportunity to share an offer from civil society in terms of our work with the homeless community and in terms of making land available for the development of new, affordable homes.
Wednesday 3rd March, 5.00 - 6.30pm (To be confirmed)
The Knowle, Dorridge, Bentley Heath and Hampton in Arden Churches have prepared a World Day of Prayer service.
It will be available either via Dorridge Methodist Church Youtube Channel using this link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYvS6IjMihAWWn45ussoSOQ?guided_help_flow=5 or on our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Dorridge-Methodist-Church-170842826259456 from mid morning on Friday 5th March.
Malvern Festival of Ideas is a multidisciplinary festival of ideas that takes place in Malvern, Worcestershire, but in 2021 will be an online event. It is a themed weekend of talks, discussion and activities.
In 2021, the title of the Festival is Unity and Diversity. Over recent years there has been increasing polarisation in debates in the public domain, fuelled in part by Brexit but also other factors. More recently, there has been much talk about unity as brought about internationally by the global pandemic. Is the uniting force in some ways is stronger than divisions? What can we learn from our (positive) experiences and build on to face future threats and how? How do we need to change? What reforms are needed?
Beginning in 2012, 2021 marks the 10th festival. Details of registration can be found below.
As usual, there will be sessions throughout the weekend. We have an excellent set of speakers and the website will be updated as further additions are made to the programme.
For booking details and further information please click on link https://digital.malvernfestivalofideas.org.uk/events/malvern-festival-of-ideas-2021/feed