The Art Shack @ Chelmund's Cross
The Art Shack
is a new community art studio and exhibition space adjoining the Three Trees Community Centre, at the heart of Chelmund’s Cross in Chelmsley Wood. Set-up in March 2016, The Art Shack is managed by professional local artist and storyteller Ronnie Cashmore, artist in residence at Three Trees.
The Shack hosts regular local community sessions, exhibitions and projects, unleashing local talent, supporting equality in creative expression and serving as a voice for the community.
The Chelmsley Wood Neighbourhood Fund
The Chelmsley Wood Neighbourhood Fund (CWNF) is now open to projects in North Solihull!
Through the CWNF we will offer up to £2,000 to community projects and social enterprises that have a positive social and/or environmental impact
and which are super local to the Chelmsley Wood Centre in North Solihull.
There is a total of £15,000 up for grabs, all to kick start your local community projects that will improve your neighbourhood. http://www.projectdirt.com/project/16834/#!/journal_entry/42010
The Enterprise Centre is a new building located in Chelmunds Cross Village Centre. The Centre is fast becoming a hub for local businesses.
The ground floor provides touchdown space with hot desks, two seminar rooms, which open into a larger space holding up to 40 people, and a lounge area for informal meetings. Upstairs are offices for tenants who benefit from a welcoming reception area, free wifi, visitor car parking and easy access to nearby motorway links and main local routes.
Offices from £400 per month (inclusive of service charge) and Pay Monthly Touchdown / Coworking Space Available. Superfast Broadband. Cycle Storage. Shower Facilities. Close to M42, NEC and Birmingham International Airport. Call 0121 704 8755 for more information.
Employment and Training
As well as regenerating the buildings and spaces of the area the North Solihull Partnership is also seeking to invest in the people of Smith’s Wood, Kingshurst and Chelsmley Wood.
Start Up Advice - Enterprise for Success
When to start your business is often a very difficult decision to make. Whatever your circumstances, if you want to give that idea the best chance, find out all you can, when you can, by seeking early advice.
If you are an individual in Solihull looking to make your own way in the world of business then access some free business support and mentoring from Solihull Council's 'Enterprise for Success' scheme - part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
Social Enterprise Advice - Community Enterprise for Success
Community Enterprise for Success
offers free support for Voluntary and Community Organisations who are looking to grow their business in Solihull - part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The programme provides specialist one to one business support from qualified and experienced community enterprise development consultants who will work with your organisation to explore income generation and enterprise models in order for you to become less reliant on grant funding.
For further information on Solihull's Community Enterprise Support Programme please see their website
or email firstname.lastname@example.org