Summer holiday activities at Bells Farm

 Please click for full leaflet  summer fundays at Bells Farm

To book your place, please attend Bells Farm Community Centre on 9th, 10th, 16th or 17th July between 9am and 10:30am. Or you can contact Anne-Marie on 07727286644 to arrange a more convenient time to book.

Entrance is a £1 per person per day.

Brandwood Housing Estate Assessments and Walkabouts

Birmingham City Council local housing officers and other representatives,
carry out regular estate walkabouts and two estate assessments each year,
because the quality of the neighbourhoods where you live is important to
us. An estate walkabout is where housing staff and residents come together
on a joint inspection in the neighbourhood to identify areas that need
repairing or improving.

The reason for the assessments is to take a broad look at various areas and
highlight any issues.The estate is then scored and given an overall
assessment on a cross City comparison. If you want to see how you road
scored last year please see attached  report.
Selly Oak Estate Assessments

We are always looking for residents to be become involved in these and help
shape local priorities. It’s an opportunity for us to work together to
improve your neighbourhood. I am pleased to announce the date’s for the
next Estate Assessments and we would welcome any residents who wish to

The dates are as follows  and locations are as followed:

PENNYACRE ROAD, Wednesday 20 Feb 2013 @ 10am
Meet @ junction of Pennyacre Rd and Maningford Rd

MILLPOOL GARDENS, Wednesday 20 Feb 2013 @ 2pm
Meet @ junction of Millpool Gardens and Alcester Rd

DRUIDS HEATH, Tuesday 26 Feb 2013 @10am
Meet @ Moor House, Druids Lane

ALLENSCROFT & BRANDWOOD, Tuesday 26 Feb 2013 @ 2pm
Meet @ junction of Broadmeadow Lane and Lifford Lane.

BELLS FARM, Tuesday 5 Mar 2013 @ 10am
Meet @ Bells Farm School

If you would like any information on Estate Walkabouts you can visit our
website or contact the tenant
participation officer for you area Sarah Wong on 464 3626

The Spearhead Trust at Bells Farm, Brandwood

The Spearhead Trust at Bells Farm offer a variety of activities, training and support for young people, families and senior citizens.

For more information please click this link

User groups include
Rethink Mental illness support Group has been using Bells Farm as a meeting venue to support people who have gone through the struggle of breakdowns
and other causes of excessive stress problems . Tuesday 11-1pm
The Labour Party have been meeting at the farmhouse for as long as I can remember and Councillors with the party have been very supportive of the that take place here. We are here for the community and if the Labour Party
meet.  2nd Thursday each month.
The Home of the Free Church has been meeting here for several years now, it plays a vital role in partnership with us in reaching the community. The Church supports families on the estate financially and practically and is all
increasing the quality of life for all. Contact
The Conservative Party have been holding surgeries at the farmhouse for a couple of years now on a monthly basis, again they has been very helpful and
supportive in what we do. Conservative Surgery:
1st Thursday each month    6:30-7:30pm
Druids Heath Management Forum have been meeting at Bells Farm for over ayear now. Representatives from the  council, local schools, local police, local
community and other professionals come together to discuss way to improve Druids Heath, both for the area and the residents.
The Aquarius Group have been meeting on a weekly basis for about 6 months now. It is necessary to have them on board and they play a vital part in the wrap around service we provide.   Tuesdays 9:30-11.30am
The Sweet {Social Work Education Experience Training} Project have been working with us in our Family Support for over a year now. They supply trainee Social Workers who work on placement with us at a grass root level
for their experience.

Contact information:

Bells farm
The Spearhead Trust at Bells Farmhouse
Bells Farm Close
Druids Heath
Birmingham West Midlands B14 5QP England

Phone Numbers:

Office 0121 433 3532
Mobile 0788 529 6675