Augmented reality used to bring the stories behind the portraits to life.
Tory group to table amendment calling for community asset to be safeguarded.
Meet Adam Islam. Student, rock climber, vlogger, director, and new amputee.
Royal patron to tour new facilities.
2020 brings step-change for culture across Birmingham and beyond.
Funding enables youth productions to perform.
World premieres included in innovatiove programme.
Centre aims to provide riding opportunities for disabled people.
LoveBrum’s donations to local good causes tops £70,000 in 2019.
Showcase for skills, talent and learning.
Landmark for one of the country’s oldest hospices.
Opera Nation, a free new training programme for young people, launches.
Raise funds for charity and help the environnment.
Mental health consortium aims to expand during 2020.
Sleepout helps raise funds for homeless communities.
Birmingham’s hidden industrial heritage saved from the skip.
Shootings down by 53 per cent as police gangs team scores success.
Community group helps courise in raising awareness.
Anonymous disposal helping reduce knife crime.
Edgbaston Foundation announces partnership with Birmingham Stories as Literacy Business Pledge launched.
“Where the power of art engages the spirit of our communities.”
Comedy favourite booked for Birmingham Press Club Christmas date.
Music on the streets of the city.
‘Outstanding contribution’ to South Asian health recognised.
Hugh Dennis supports Shakespeare Schools Foundation’s Big Give Christmas Challenge appeal.
Helping disadvantaged children enjoy the festive season.
New health and wellbeing initiative for local businesses.
Aims to raise £20,000 to give the gift of theatre to 4,000 young people.
Birmingham schools and retailers link up for uniform giveaway.
Quarter-century of community work honoured at dinner.