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My Route Exhibition Trail: Saturday, June 13 to Friday, July 10. Outdoor exhibition of photography by Vanley Burke and sound pods by Brian Duffy. At Stratford Road Baptist Church and the former Hubb Community Arts Centre building (adjacent to the Aldi car park in Sparkbrook).

Stratford Road interactive digital map. Play with the interactive map and find out hidden histories of Stratford Road. Saturday, June 13 - Thursday, June 25 (10am-6pm) Muath Trust at the Bordesley Centre, Strat- ford Road, B11 1AR. Friday, June 26 - Friday, July 10.

Hall Green during World War Two. Hall Green Library (opening times as per library).

Saturday, June 13 to Friday, July 10.

St Agatha's Church and Organ Recitals. Saturdays - June 13, 20, 27; July 4, 10 (11am to 3pm). Open for tours, an exhibition and refreshments. Organ recitals at 11.30am each Saturday.

Heritage trail walking tours. Wednesday, June 17, Saturday, June 20 and Saturday, July 4. Dr David Richardson discusses the history of Stratford Road. Three tours per day: Hall Green, 10am - 12pm (meeting at Robin Hood Island); Sparkhill, 1pm to 3pm (meeting at the Stratford Road entrance to the Shire Country Park, by the River Cole bridge); Sparkbrook, 4pm to 6pm (meeting outside the former President restaurant at the Stratford Road / Warwick Road junction). To book a free place, call 0121 446 3272 or visit Sarehole Mill: Changing Trade and Indus- try along Stratford Road. Saturday, June 13 to Sunday, July 5. Noon - 4pm, Saturdays/ Sundays only. An exhibition marking the changes in trade and industry in Sparkbrook, Sparkhill and Hall Green from the 1940s to the present day.

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