Agencies throughout Birmingham are working to stamp out bogus fund raising.
With winter approaching, make sure your home is safe.
New events announced for Birmingham venues
Customers visiting Midlands Co-operative Society’s Shard End food store last Saturday were welcomed with plenty of treats as the store celebrated its first birthday.
The winners have been announced in Birmingham City Council’s (BCC) internal awards programme – the Chamberlain Awards
Birmingham Bach Choir return to Lichfield Cathedral on Saturday 24 November 2012 for a well-timed performance of JS Bach’s seasonal Christmas Oratorio.
A science and business park in Wolverhampton is changing its name to reflect a greater focus on support for enterprise initiatives.
Theatre Exchange is a new initiative hosted by The Old Joint Stock Pub, Birmingham – the first of what will be monthly get-togethers thereafter.
With its extensive local connections, The Rocking Berries is a band which is always popular at Artrix and it returns to the Arts Centre
Visit Birmingham’s ‘Meet and Greet’ service has received record bookings from visitors arriving by coach to the city’s Frankfurt Christmas Market, which opened to the public today.
Star BBC technology presenter Spencer Kelly and Lords peer Baroness Hussein-Ece OBE are amongst a host of exemplary individuals set to be honoured by Coventry University in its graduation ceremonies next week.
“I have never been a weather-fetishist,” claims Laurence Inman.
A host of legendary football names will be playing a charity match in honour of Stiliyan Petrov on Sunday.
Our Albion man Terry Wills goes oop North