Praise for “biggest and best” games yet.
New social enterprise aims to help the environment while training prospective employees.
Bright Kids Nursery Group achieves Millie’s Mark recognition at all three settings.
Team raises £16,000 for vulnerable families.
Ten year landmark heralds Town Hall, Symphony Hall partnership.
Pioneering project supports young asylum seekers and refugees.
Womens’ group given cash boost to help domestic violence victims.
Tudor Grange date for visually impaired swimmers.
Promoters back way forward to help Birmingham nightlife.
City orchestra to stage spring concert.
Birmingham charity calls on volunteers to help save knife crime victims.
Premiere of powerful Holocaust film at Solihull School hailed a success.
Birmingham GP surgery wins award for supporting isolated patients.
Rare chance to see behind the scenes at century-old venue.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery support aerts centre with £350,000 award.
Aim to raise awareness of solitary living.
Duncan Lewis employee a finalist in Services to Law.
Visit coincides with call to raise organ donation awareness.
Lord Mayor to lead city’s marking of memorial.
Conference hears calls to ensure labour market is used to its fullest.
Community group aiming to reduce loneliness amongst city’s elderly.
Second round of grants available for region’s dance professionals.
“Speak Up about who is carrying a gun” to help make the city’s streets safer.
Event hopes to spotlight effect on Britain’s relations with the world.
Have a bad night’s sleep and help a good cause.
Cinemas to put on suitable screenings for families.
Second Tuneless Choir comes to Birmingham.
Work against terrorism sees former university student win accolade.
Event will commemorate the centenary of the end of hostilities.
Dance Hub Birmingham announces recipients of first Artistic Commissions and Bursaries.