“Why go to Venice…when you can go to Birmingham?” wins VisitEngland’s Travel Article of the Year
A major housing and regeneration project in the heart of Newtown, Birmingham has been recognised with a prestigious Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Award for the West Midlands.
Six of the 27 finalists in this year’s Midlands Designer of the Year competition are final year fashion students at Coventry University.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is delighted to announce that it has been successful in securing a grant of £240,000 from Arts Council England’s Catalyst Arts fund under the Capacity Building Programme.
A major study of the closure of care home beds across Birmingham has shown that for the majority of older people affected the process did not have a negative impact on their lives.
Local theatre company “Don’t Go Into The Cellar!” are to bring a slice of vintage entertainment to Birmingham this June, to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.
Touchwood is giving local residents the chance to unleash their inner musician with the offer of free music lessons in June.
The Head of the Foreign office will visit the Midlands this week to talk to people and organisations in the region who work closely with the department and its partners to further UK interests and values overseas.