Help and advice for pensioners using public transport.
A series of summer and autumn events – including a run-past by the Olympic Torch – will showcase and celebrate co-operative enterprises in the West Midlands during the 2012 International Year of Co-operatives.
For one night next week students from Wolverhampton, Dudley and Stourbridge will get their very own academic event thanks to Oriel College, Oxford – with an Olympic twist.
He’s one of the most over-the-top characters on television and he’s coming to one of Birmingham’s most popular nightspots.
The Friends of the Central Library are gathering signatures for their petition to save the John Madin designed Central Library in Birmingham
Warwick Arts Centre have announced their summer film series, including some whip-smart comedies guaranteed to make you forget the lousy weather.
A celebration of Andy Hamilton’s life, a bit of Wagner, Zappa, John Shuttleworth and Paul Carrack – how eclectic is that?
Director Greg Doran spent some time in South Africa and while there an actor told him: ‘Julius Caesar is Shakespeare’s African play.’
Twickenham Primary School in Kingstanding is holding a Summer Fayre with a difference next Monday