Tagged: Pamela Pinski

Why would you live in Digbeth?

In case you missed it, the Birmingham Mail recently ran a great piece about living (and loving) Digbeth. Featuring yours truly and fellow Digbeth resident Andy Smart, the article lists some of the reasons...

Digbeth is Good needs you!

January is the time for resolutions, and maybe one of yours is to become more involved in the local community? Perhaps you’re a budding writer and want a space to air your musings? Or...

Community Media and Hyperlocal

I was really flattered to be invited to speak at the Creative Citizens Fair, held at Impact Hub Birmingham in June. If you would like to hear my talk about community journalism and our...

You Are Here at Flatpack

When: Friday 27th and Saturday 28th March, 12:00-17:00 In conversation: Sunday 29th March, 13:00 Where: A3 Project Space, Unit A3, 2 Bowyer Street, Digbeth, B10 0SA Chris Paul Daniels has made a series of...

Peaky Blinders – Season 2 Finale

When: Thursday 6th November, 20:00 onwards Where: The Spotted Dog, 104 Warwick Street, Digbeth, B12 0NH Every week, Digbeth Residents Association have been holding community screenings of Peaky Blinders at the Spotted Dog. A...

D is for Digbeth

Last month, Pamela Pinski, Secretary of DRA and Editor of Digbeth is Good, was interviewed by Jo and Sparky of Free Radio as part of their A-Z of Birmingham. D is for Digbeth, of...

Radio Digbeth

Back in June, you may have heard our Chair John Gordon and Secretary Pamela Pinski feature on BBC Radio WM. DRA were invited onto Pete Morgan’s Breakfast Show to discuss HS2 draft plans for...