‘Blog covering Digbeth, an inner city area of Birmingham currently suffering from a severe case of the regenerations. Symptoms include schizophrenia and susceptibility to artists. Also has lots of old man pubs.’ Pete Ashton
…can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Digbeth is Good is brought to you by:
Pamela Pinski is the current Secretary of Digbeth Residents Association, but assures us that all work and no play does not make her a dull girl. When not attending to her secretarial duties, Pam can be found sampling ‘art and culture’ – enjoying live music, art exhibitions, and propping up bars in Digbeth.
Midge is the self-proclaimed Digbeth Slacker who keeps Brum Punks in the know. Invariably found enjoying great gigs in The Wagon and Horses, and everywhere in between.
Nicky Getgood managed the website when it began in June 2008 until December 2011, when she defected to Cardiff. She still sometimes chips in from afar.
Other contributors: Michael the Shopkeeper
Past team members:
- Pete Ashton set up the site in 2008 before handing the reins to Nicky.
- Birmingham Irish Heritage Group have kindly contributed event reports to Digbeth is Good in the past.
- Carl, a.k.a Snowblind, wrote about Digbeth architecture, music gigs and street art until he moved to Cardiff with Nicky in December 2011.
- The Newswaves team contributed in early 2011, carrying forward the 2010 investigation into the derelict houses Moseley Road.
- BCU students Aimee and Nav contributed posts in early 2011.
- Former Digbeth resident and Chair of Digbeth Residents Association, Val Woodward wrote a post or two before moving on to pastures new.
- Mitch Mansfield covered Digbeth as part of his journalism course at Birmingham City University in 2014.