Category: environment

Digging your scene

They’re building a new library, it’s going to be shorter than they first said (but still contain the same amount of space – how so?). But despite the planning app not having been submitted as yet, digging has commenced. It’s…

Bathe your eyes

Beautiful set of pics from inside Moseley Road Baths from this weekend’s Birmingham Flickr meet. They’re the work of Emma Jones,  who has certainly developed an attachment to the building: it’s in a dreadful state. There seem to be a…

Closed shop

Michael Scott has spent the last few years hanging out in disused buildings taking photos, but rather than being arrested and locked up he’s been given an Arts Council grant and the photos are being exhibited in the Central Library…

Rats with wings

The new More Canals Than Venice art blog, went pigeon racing at the weekend. It’s part of a residency by artists Alex Lockett and Ian England at The Rea Garden (Floodgate St, Digbeth) where they’re looking after pigeons — and…

Rainbow Meeting

As you should all know by now The Rainbow pub in Digbeth is fighting for survival as it’s been served with a noise abatement order. They’ve got tons of support (joining the Facebook Group is a painless way to do…

Jesus park for Digbeth

Lovely image of the “ingenious” water feature planned for the new park in Digbeth: Uploaded with plasq‘s Skitch! Allowing brummies to walk on water, pretending to be Brian Clough. Really like the plan to have a new city centre park,…

Bio-active rubbish dumping; A self-imposed consultation and medical survey with a leading medical healthcare centre in the UK

A survey by eccentric archaeologist, Harry Palmer 2009. Earlier this year I managed to conduct an independent and self-imposed survey into street litter and poor rubbish dumping habits. With the help from a leading healthcare company here in the UK…