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    Spring on the River Stour

    Welcome back! Can we believe another month has passed so quickly? But what a month of change it has been, from the coldest days of our winter, to the warmth rolling in on the Spring air. As we all wait anxiously for positive news about the easing of lockdown, we Read more [...]

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    Ballagan burn wildlife re-tree-t update!

    We visited the Ballagan burn to inspect the trees that were planted along the burn back in December (https://semble.org/blog/creating-a-wildlife-re-tree-t-who-doesnt-like-a-tree-pun/). While some of the small trees had lost their protectors, they all seemed to be doing well and in good health. We had hoped to invite volunteers from the local community Read more [...]

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    News from the Community Gardens February 2021

    News from the Community Gardens February 2021 The Bishop’s Palace vegetable plot prepped and ready for the season ahead. Update      We hope you are all keeping well. The current lockdown is still in full force so we are unable to currently run any sessions, but the session leaders have been Read more [...]

  • Life on the River Stour in Cradley

    Welcome back, Wow my first month in post as the Urban Rivers Officer has flown by. It has really opened my eyes to the wonderful work that is happening around river restoration and conservation in the UK. Could it be at a more important time with so many news stories Read more [...]

  • Two weeks down …

    We had been so looking forward to opening up the Centre and being there for our community when we watched Boris tell us we would all be going into lockdown again! We were disappointed for a short time and then we re-grouped and planed what we had to do for Read more [...]

  • Goodbye 2020 and Hello 2021

    Well this is our first blog so here goes! This time time last year, we were popping into the diary all of our activities for the coming year. Who would have thought that none of them would have taken place. Just like the rest of the country, the Community Centre Read more [...]

  • A year in the Garden

    As is the same for many Community projects, this year hasn’t exactly gone to plan. Our group of local residents spent summer 2019 clearing a overgrown and disused garden in our local neighbourhood. This year we had planned to transform the garden into a community space where local residents could Read more [...]

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