Our social mission is to provide a ‘change of scenery’ for those who need one in our Brandwood neighbourhoods by providing activities which help connect people to people with shared interests, and through fun and collaborative community ‘build’ projects.


What's On

Get to know new people on one of our creative ‘build’ projects. A chance to use your skills, learn new ones, drink tea and chat.

Be part of something fun and beneficial for our local communities.

Get in touch, share your ideas and bring together your own interest group. 

Our business is everyone’s business.

As paying customers for activities you are supporting our social mission to reduce social isolation in our Brandwood neighbourhoods.

We pay it forward, just like you.

Our Scene CIC is now open for business!

We've got big plans and dreams for our social enterprise. We are busy developing our activities, raising money and getting ready for our first projects and customers.

Current Projects

Brighten up Brandwood

Between May and August 2022 we are running a project to shine a spotlight on all the brilliant places and people who live in the Brandwood area, brighten up our streets with creativity and wildflower meadows and bring people together at events, workshops and community litter picks.

Together we can put our little corner of South Birmingham on the map.

Let’s get talking, and let’s give the rest of the city something to talk about!

Understanding Brandwood

At the beginning of 2022 we teamed up with the local Neighbourhood Network Scheme to do a residents survey and some focus group discussions to help us understand what matters to people living in Brandwood’s neighbourhoods, what’s happening in your area now, what’s not, and what would residents like to happen?

This is helping to shape our plans moving forward. 

Planter Power

A community DIY build & environmental improvement project for the over 50s. Our Pallet to Planter project started in late February.  We are reclaiming wood and repurposing it to build planters to give away! 

We have also been delivering planters all over the area for residents to adopt and grow small wildflower meadows in their front gardens and driveways (‘pit stops’) – so everyone gets to enjoy the blooms – especially the bees

Our Values & Social Impact