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© is a project that aims to find solutions to Balsall Heath’s litter problem, working alongside schools, residents, community groups, local organisations and the council.

Cleanascene aspires to "create community".

Cleanascene’s core objective is to engage and inspire primary aged children through creative activities and events, raising their awareness of environmental issues, and showing how they can make a positive difference to where they live.
Our aim is also to trigger residents’ own initiative, facilitating community cohesion and promoting wellbeing in our neighbourhood.

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This was our first big cleanup parade (above). Supported by Fleet and Waste from Birmingham City Council, Fire Brigade, the police, Balsall Heath Forum, Sparkbrook Neighbourhood Forum, Labour Councilor for Sparkbrook Ward: Victoria Quinn and of course the children of our community, with some adults that helped us to make a lot of noise!! 

Cleanascene posts

  • What we talked about at Ort on 19 Nov 2014 This is what we did:
    Posted Nov 21, 2014, 1:44 PM by Cristina Piñero Maese
  • Cleanascene talk at Ort Gallery - 19 November 2014 - 6pm Calling neighbours, politicians and partners who are concerned about the rubbish problem in Balsall Heath!Join Cristina from Cleanascene Balsall Heath on Wednesday 19th November 2014 (World Toilet Day) at 6pm for a discussion regarding the litter problem in Balsall Heath and updates on future plans for the Cleanascene Project. Entry is free.The talk will take place in Ort Cafe, 500-504 Moseley Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham B12 9AH and is accessible for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility. There are step-free toilets in the building.Cleanascene shares World Toilet Organisation (WTO)'s core beliefs: “better lives, bigger dreams”. WTO understands that the solution to the problem is not just about providing access to adequate, clean ...
    Posted Nov 16, 2014, 7:27 AM by Cristina Piñero Maese
  • No "Award for all" funding for Cleanascene 2014-15 school project Environmentalist princess Cleanascene and evil Ratzilla will have to wait...This is the project that did not get the funding from Awards For All. We aimed to work in collaboration with schools, get the advantage that children were already there, targeting all Balsall Heath's children. We wanted Cleanascene to be part of citizenship, planning a minimal impact on school times. Award For All declined the proposal based on our timings: our activities should happen outside school time hours, like clubs activities or weekends. We have already tried to work like that in Balsall Heath (Balsall Heath Clean-up Parade 2013) and the participation in our activities outside school times was very low. With very little time in our hands ...
    Posted Nov 17, 2014, 4:15 AM by Cristina Piñero Maese
  • Documentation: Basall Heath Clean-up Parade 7th July 2013 Finally, I have put together the pictures from the photographers that documented the parade.The first video is made from Ian Edwards' pictures. The second one from Inès Elsa Dalal's. And the third one from Elena Leoncelli's.   Thank you guys.
    Posted Jan 31, 2014, 3:46 PM by Cristina Piñero Maese
  • cleanascene exhibition at Ort Gallery on Thurs 24th October 2013 For those who could not attend Balsall Heath Clean-up Parade on July 2013, now there is an opportunity to find out what happened on the day. Cleanascene exhibition at the Ort Gallery was from 24th Oct 2013 - 6th Nov 2013. The OPENING was on Thursday 24th Oct 2013 @ 18:00....  We said... Come if you: - want to hear about the parade- want to discuss the on-going problem of litter in Balsall Heath - want to find out how schools were involved and which children have won our competitions- or if you are curious about what's next for cleanascene...- or even if you want to support us, more than welcome, we need lots of that. This was also a ...
    Posted Jan 31, 2014, 4:18 PM by Cristina Piñero Maese
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