Volunteers praised for their efforts in helping vulnerable residents.
Affiliation and County Cup entrance scrapped to Birmingham FA clubs next season.
Charity offers reward of £5,000 for information on a brutal unprovoked attack.
Southside BID calls for greater support as Birmingham Pride cancelled.
Healthcare options for bank holiday weekend.
Online group safeguards residents’ mental health.
Lockdown exercises raise money for John Taylor Hospice.
Appeal launched to help save Yardley community facilities.
What Birmingham parents are saying about teachers in lockdown.
“COVID-19 has not affected our Ramadan” says grassroots football club founder.
“It’s not just a theatre company, it’s a movement.”
Social distancing pavement markings launched in Birmingham city centre.
24/7 mental health support now just a phone call away.
£50,000 raised following Big Brummie Camp Out.
Pastor Lebert Dawkins named Westside Hero.
Money distributed to charities during lockdown.
Primary care checks continue through pandemic.
Support for SMEs during coronavirus crisis following £900,000 funding.
Living Well UK aims to provide online access to trained therapists.
Addmaster delivers its ‘bag for life’ to care and NHS staff.
Giant rainbow display shows appreciation on campus.
Richard Lutz continues his route through Lockdown Land.
Dinner With Strangers aims to bring people together to share lockdown experiences.
Transforming Narratives begins Digital Collaborative Grants programme in Birmingham, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Football Foundation continues to support local communities.
RAF Museum Spitfire marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Online platform launched to help charities source local furloughed workers as volunteers.
“Stay home and celebrate VE Day” says ambulance service.
New creative hub for artists is to be built in City of Culture 2021.
Funding will aid community work during pandemic.