Brierley Hillness is a new community arts and heritage project where the people of Brierley Hill are being asked what architecture, places and spaces make the town special and distinctive. Running between January and April 2011 it will be based at the Artspace shop (Mill Street) and will include the creation of a painted community wall mural, reminiscence work, theatre production, art workshops and the opportunity to reflect on the past to help shape the future of regeneration in the area. Download a PDF of the Brierley Hillness flyer here, or details of the programme of evening events here, or details of Martin Parr photography here. Have your say on Brierley Hill’s blog: www.brierleyhill.org.
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