Finesse Worthy Cause Competition
You may remember we were nominated in July 2015 for the Finesse Windows Worthy Cause 2015. We won! Work is currently taking place this week, have a look below at the progress!
Bournville orchard is culmination of Cadbury dream
Mark Isgrove, Manager of Rowheath Pavilion, with Jessica Allan, Community Development Manager at Bournville Village Trust, and staff from Bournville Village Landscapes getting ready to plant trees at the new community orchard. Photograph Birmingham Post.
Rowheath Pavilion, an historic community building in the heart of Bournville which relies on an army of more than 150 volunteers to run, will be awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service by His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester. Photograph Bournville Village Trust.
A popular historic Pavilion originally used as a clubhouse by Cadbury workers is to open a brand new £600,000 plus changing facility in a bid to boost grassroots football. Photograph Bournville Village Trust.
Charity’s birthday gift gives Birmingham couple wedding of their dreams
Martin Chandler and his fiancee Katie Hill who have won a wedding package at The Rowheath Pavilion in Bournville as part of their 90th birthday celebrations. Photography from Birmingham Mail.