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INHABIT open for tea

Posted by Tracey Thorne on 15th November 2010

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 The INHABIT pop up tea room opened last week in the old Harriet Tubman Bookshop off Grove Lane Handsworth.

It will be there until January they have some regular drop in sessions which are open to the public so drop in for  tea, cake and a chat!

There will also be lots of free art activties coming up pop in and see the team for more information.

I popped in last week and had a lovely cuppa with the team. It is great to see the book shop open would be lovely too see something like this on or near the Soho Rd.

6 Responses to “INHABIT open for tea”

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  2. Kaila says:

    What date is this closing?

  3. […] week the Runnmede Trust along with INHABIT will be running a series of activities and debates to showcase the findings of their Generation 3 […]

  4. […] Pop up Tea Rooms have proved to be a success! There have been four pop up tea rooms opened in empty shops across Birmingham,  in Handsworth it was based at the old Harriet Tubman Bookshop on Grove Lane, Handsworth. Great to see empty shops like this open again especially in busy shopping areas such as Handsworth. […]

  5. Michael Tye says:

    We are still awaiting that moment when we notice that Birchfield is considered part of the Empire of Handsworth, after all we have to put that on letters that are addressed to us.So why not give it a try and treat Birchfield with the respect it deserves

    • Tracey Thorne says:

      Hi Michael I agree I always think of Handsworth in the wider sense happy to inculde any stories or photos from all over, best wishes Tracey

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