An event in celebration of Conscientious Objectors and those who claim the right to refuse to kill.
A bitter-sweet play about living with the condition of dementia, is to take place at The Public in West Bromwich this June.
A family-friendly festival of storytelling, music and more presented by the Traditional Arts Team in the grounds of an intimate green oasis.
Birmingham Council Leader Elect Sir Albert Bore has announced his cabinet to colleagues in the city council Labour group. The nominations will be put before the City Council AGM on 22nd May when Labour formally takes office.
Petitioners have started circulating an E-campaign to stop controversial Birmingham councillor John Lines from taking up his role as Lord Mayor.
Urban Parishes, cross-party council committees and male and female candidate lists are amongst Green Party member David Williams’s proposals to refresh Birmingham’s democracy.
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Learners and staff from Queen Alexandra College (QAC) rose to the challenge of a ten mile walk yesterday and completed the ‘Walk for Harry’.
For the third close-season in a row Villa will be looking for a new boss. Dave Woodhall reports.