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Aston Vision is documenting this project

managed by Birchfield Neighbourhood Forum           Twitter @birchfieldNHF

TRAILER for Community Journalists Project WE MADE BIRMINGHAM 2023


Mi Friendly Cities ENGLISH Chat

Take a look at Mrs McGhie-Belgrave's SHADES of BLACK Project web site which we maintain.

Heritage Lottery Funded project on World War I & II veterans.

  Pride of Britain Award winner Mrs McGhie-Belgrave MBE

               meets Birmingham's Professor of Local history Carl Chinn at an exhibition in Stechford, Birmingham


Set up in 1983 to offer multi-media training to inner City Youth, we now continue our mission, in our Media for Migrants programme, one of which was the "LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION project", at St Georges Church Centre, Newtown, Birmingham.

Pictured below a member of our team, who had experienced difficulties settling into the host community.

His story is told in our documentary on HEALTH CARE ACCESS funded by the Heart of Birmingham PCT.

Having moved from Birmingham he is now a successful artist exhibiting regularly in London

see MASOUD'S Chelsea Based Activities

Masoud checks out Brum's Bull installation at New Street Station, click to see his INSTAGRAM Gallery

Other projects we have managed include IRANZAD MAGAZINE

Site updated NOVEMBER 2023



BIRCHFIELD BUGLE a local community newsletter

Issue14 SPRING2016

issue-13 WINTER 2015

issue-12 SPRING 2015

issue-11 SPRING 2014

issue- 10 AUTUMN 2013

issue- 9 SPRING 2011

issue- 8 WINTER 2011

issue 7- SUMMER edition 2010

issue 6- SPRING edition 2010

Aston Vision Association received a silver award of £500 to promote cycling awareness and safety in the Birchfield area.

Further funding from Esme Fairbairn Foundation for our SHARE WITH CARE Pavement Cycling Campaign helped us promote this important safety issue in our area and City.

Faith Alive events 2011

Ageing Well Christmas Lunch organised by Birmingham Settlement

PERRY HALL PARK Birmingham with children from St John Wall School.Click on the picture to see shots from the video.



Sisters of Mercy, Birmingham UK Conference, for their founder,Catherine McAuley's Cause


ASTON VISION BLOG   Media for Migrants project

Newman Heritage at the Birmingham Oratory.
  Pictured above is the splendid Cardinal Newman Library at the Birmingham Oratory, where the Fathers allowed us to make a documentary in 2007 for the Friends of Cardinal Newman as part of their awareness raising effort to preserve the Newman heritage.

View editor of Newman's Letters Book launch

Clerical Whispers Blog explains the Empty Grave

The 219th anniversary of Blessed John Henry Newman's death 2009 at Rednal

Pictures from Oratory Service to "translate" Newman's remains

News Views on the Cause to make Newman a saint


Yes Let's explore EGYPT


This was our project's first web-site design

for schools, which scored thousands of hits