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Vaccination centre: Edgbaston Stadium


Support urged for mental health project


Flurry of shots at Edgbaston


Asian Business Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) patron Edgbaston Stadium has been transformed into an NHS Covid-19 vaccination centre. Having previously accommodated an NHS


drive-through testing centre on its car park, delivered a food bank and a Christmas toy appeal from within the stadium, the vaccination centre at Edgbaston will be operated wholly by the NHS. Stuart Cain, chief executive of Edgbaston


Stadium, said: “We’re very proud of the community response that Edgbaston and our staff have made since the outbreak of Covid-19 and we are delighted that we can continue to


play a major role in this by accommodating one of the region’s main vaccination centres. “As a venue and major business operating


within the West Midlands, we’re committed to playing our part and to supporting the great work of the national vaccination programme and in helping the country fight back against Covid. “Given the success of the vaccination


programme to date, we’re very excited at the prospect of welcoming back crowds to Edgbaston in the coming weeks. “To protect the health and safety of everyone,


we recommend that everyone who is offered a vaccination that they take it at the first possible opportunity.”


Social enterprise Gro-Organic is urging people to support its mental health initiative, which has been helping people struggling due to the pandemic. The organisation is looking for


volunteers, and donations, to take part in its Dig-It project, which has been supporting people since 2011. Following the impact of Covid-19 on people's wellbeing and mental health, Gro- Organic is now looking to increase the project's capacity to support more people. The Dig-It programme also requires urgent


donations to run more sessions and purchase additional tools and equipment, allowing more people to join our community. Tal Arrowsmith, community engagement


lead at Gro-Organic said: “Despite the Dig-It members personal challenges, they contribute so much to the area and now we want to support more people as we come out of this difficult time. We would be grateful for any donation.”


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