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Selly Oak Neighbourhood Police Team

Selly Park lies within the area covered by the Selly Oak Neighbourhood Police Team which is based at Bournville Police Station situated at the junction of Bournville Lane and Bristol Road.

To find out more details or to contact the Neighbourhood Police Team please click on the link below which will take you to the West Midlands Police Home Page. Then simply enter your postcode into the FIND YOUR LOCAL POLICE input box.

PLEASE CLICK HERE.

To contact the Police by phone call 999 IN AN EMERGENCY or 101 FOR NON-EMERGENCIES.

Birmingham City Council (BCC)

For BCC HOME PAGE please click here.

For BCC SELLY OAK DISTRICT AND WARD pages please click here.

Christ Church Selly Park

Christ Church, 953 Pershore Road, Selly Park B29 7PS, (0121 471 2379), is the Parish Chuch of the Neighbourhood and provides facilities for the local community including the meeting place for the Neighbourhood Forum.

Christ Church provides a variety of activities for the whole community. During school term time these include:
Toddler Club, for babies and toddlers up to the age of 4 years inclusive and their parents, grandparents or carers. It meets during school term time on Monday mornings and afternoons and Thursday mornings.
Lunch Club, which meets on Wednesdays, for retired members of the community.
Friday Coffee Morning, open 10.30am to 12.00noon. Hot or cold drink and a teacake only £1. Other cakes and biscuits as available. Open to all - everyone welcome.

To view the Christ Church website which gives full details about the church and its activities and services please CLICK HERE.

Debt advice centre for South Birmingham

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has opened a debt centre in South Birmingham covering postcodes B29, B30, B31, B14 and B38.

CAP offers a uniquely in-depth, caring service to people with spiralling personal debt regardless of their age, gender, faith or background. Every client is visited in their own home, the charity does all the negotiating with creditors, and local volunteers offer support to each person face-to-face until the day they are debt free.

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Centre Manager Judy Ward writes: "The Church has always been about offering hope and we're really pleased to be able to give more people a tried-and-tested route out of debt alongside other great free debt agencies in the area. There is a lot in the Bible about looking after the poorest. In our society, a lot of poverty is debt-related so six churches have joined together to open a CAP centre to help get people back on track. These churches are Christ Church (Selly Park), Selly Park Baptist Church, Stirchley Community Church, Selly Oak Elim, St Stephen's (Selly Park) and Christian Life Centre (Selly Oak)."

For further information and help with debt please click HERE or call 0800 328 0006.

Selly Park Baptist Church

Selly Park Baptist Church, 1041 Pershore Road, Selly Park B29 7PS. (0121 472 2513). For full details about the church, services and activities please CLICK HERE.

Selly Park Technology College for Girls

Selly Park Technology College for Girls, 5 Selly Park Road, Selly Park, Birmingham B29 7PH. (0121 472 1238). For full details please CLICK HERE.

Moor Green Primary School

Moor Green Primary School, Moor Green Lane, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8QP. (0121 464 5662). For full details please CLICK HERE.

Selly Park Surgery

Selly Park Surgery, 2 Reaview Drive, Pershore Road, Birmingham B29 7NT. (0121 472 0187). For full details please CLICK HERE.

Moor Green Lane Medical Centre

Moor Green Lane Medical Centre, 339 Moor Green Lane, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8QS. (0121 411 0393). For full details please CLICK HERE.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Mindelsohn Way, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2GW. (0121 627 2000). For full details please CLICK HERE.

Pebble Mill and Holders Lane Friends of Holders Lane and Pebble Mill Fields

Holders Lane & Pebble Mill Fields lie between Pershore Road and Moor Green Lane on either side of the River Rea. This is the hidden jewel of Birmingham's parks - for walking, running, enjoying the open air or a range of outdoor activities from having a picnic or exercising your dog to model aeroplane flying, the fields are the place to come and take in the diverse landscape of open grassland, woods, river banks heath and hedgerows. To find out more about it and what is going on there please click HERE.

CONSERVATION WORK: Takes place on te first Sunday afternoon of each month, meeting at Holders Lane Car Park at 2pm. New volunteers are alawys most welcome. An opportunity to help protect and improve the green gem of the Fields in our urban environment and to meet new people. Please note in September only the activities will be between 11am and 1pm on Sunday 10th.

Cannon Hill Friends

For a wealth of information about our flagship local park and urban green space extending southwards along the Rea Valley please click HERE.

The River Rea Heritage Trail

To find out more and to explore the heritage and environment of OUR river and its valley please click HERE.

Arts Forum Selly Oak

Selly Oak Constituency Art Forum brings together creative people and organisations who work or live in the area to continue to strengthen our local arts scene. Follow the Forum on Twitter at ArtsForumSellyO To sign in to Twitter or to sign up please click HERE.

Advocacy Service

Have you received poor service? Don't know where to go to for help?
Financial difficulties and need advice?
Feeling distressed or vulnerable?

Billesley Advocacy offers a friendly ear in a calm, safe environment and help point you in the right direction. For further details please click here.

This information has been provided via Birmingham City Council.

A campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation (CSE)

A campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation (CSE) launched in January 2015.

The regional See Me, Hear Me campaign features on buses travelling across the West Midlands as well as on radio to raise the profile of this abuse crime and help keep children safe.

Featuring the message 'Memories last a lifetime... Everyone has memories of their first love, but for some they won't be happy ones', it aims to highlight the horrific crime and its lifelong impact on victims.

People are directed to the campaign website www.seeme-hearme.org.uk for information on how to spot the warning signs of CSE and what to do if you are concerned about a child or young person. The site also features educational films to raise awareness of CSE, along with campaign posters for individuals and organisations to download and display.

The campaign was launched in June by Dudley, Wolverhampton, Sandwell, Walsall, Coventry, Birmingham and Solihull Councils, along with West Midlands Police and other partners, to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation.

CSE is a crime that can affect any child, anytime, regardless of their social or ethnic background. It is child abuse and involves perpetrators grooming their victims in various ways, such as in person, via mobiles or online, to gain their trust before emotionally and sexually abusing them.

To connect to the website please click HERE.

Victim Support

Victim Support is the independent charity for victims and witnesses of crime in England and Wales. We were set up over 38 years ago and have grown to become the oldest and largest victims' organisation in the world. Every year, we contact over 1.5 million people after a crime to offer our help.

We depend on thousands of specially-trained volunteers to deliver our services and although we work closely with the police and other parts of the criminal justice system, we are an independent charity.

We have offices across England and Wales and we run the Witness Service in every court. We also run the national Victim Supportline 0845 30 30 900.

To visit the Victim Support website please click here.

BRAVE - the Birmingham Residents Antisocial behaviour Victim Empowerment project

Part of Victim Support we are specifically funded by the National Lottery to support people living in Birmingham who experience persistent antisocial behaviour. Our service is independent, free and confidential.

What is antisocial behaviour (ASB)? It is intimidating or threatening activity that scares you or damages your quality of life. It needs to be caused by someone who does not live in your household and can include harassment, intimidation or aggression; some disputes between neighbours; loud music and noise at unsociable hours. There are many kinds of ASB - please contact us if you are not sure.

You can call us on 0121 236 3919 or email birminghamasb@victimsupport.org.uk You can also contact the Neighbourhood Forum who have copies of our information leaflet which explains the help which we are able to provide.

Warwards Lane Neighbourhood Watch

Warwards Lane and Darris Road Neighbourhood Watch are a very active group with a website which carries community news as well as crime prevention information. As they are our immediate neighbours to the south west and of course in common with us are part of Selly Oak you will find information on their site which is also relevant to our own neighbourhood. To visit their website please click here.

Selly Park Residents Community Association

The neighbouring community association to our north - Selly Park Residents Community Association (SPRCA) covers First, Second, Third and Fourth Avenues, Sir John's Road and the east side of Pershore Road between Sir John's Road and First Avenue. To view their website please click here.


Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum

The neighbouring community association to our south - Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum covers a much larger area than our own Forum and includes the Pineaplle Road eastate. To view their website please click here.


Community Partnership for Selly Oak (CP4SO) regeneration campaign

CP4SO has been formed to protect Selly Oak from inappropriate and unsympathetic developments and promote the regeneration of Selly Oak for the benefit of the whole community. Its central interest at the moment is the controversial changes in the plans for the regeneration of the Battery Park derelict indiustrial site which lies between Bristol Road and the A38 Selly Oak New Road. Selly Park Neighbourhood Forum, along with other community groups across the whole of Selly Oak Ward, supports and has now affiliated with CP4SO. To find out more about this issue and CP4SO please visit their website by clicking here.

Friends of The Earth Let's Get Moving" Campaign

Selly Park South Neighbourhood Forum is supporting Birmingham Friends of the Earth's Let's Get Moving campaign. The campaign is calling for for increased walking & cycling levels as a way of tackling the traffic that causes the city's high air pollution levels. To achieve this the campaign is calling for the city to invest at least £10 per person per year for at least 10 years in order to urgently tackle the city's air pollution problem. For full details please click here.


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