Crescent plans socially distanced Cinderella for Christmas.
John Taylor Hospice receives £10,000 in memory of friend.
Natalka Antoniuk talks about the crisis in the events industry.
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Government’s threat to break international law has “eroded trust and risks poisoning relations.”
Award-winning Birmingham businesswoman reveals her heartbreak to mark World Alzheimer’s Month.
Birds of prey give patient a day to remember.
The Rep announces postponement of Nativity! The Musical.
Collaboration with Kenyan artists reflects how communities are dealing with pandemic.
Broad Street clubs celebrate successful reopening after Covid shutdown.
Covid forces reduction in rail timetable.
Living Well UK awards funds to BAME-specialist mental health charity.
Warning that Covid-19 threatens organ donation.
Rule of six could sound “death knell” for many in live music sector.
Birmingham and Black Country social enterprises urged to bid for funding.
“No shouting” precautions as second Birmingham nightclub reopens.
Latest sports fund keeps team spirit alive for community groups.
Young cancer patients work with charity to help assess needs and support.
Appeal for potential donors to inform families about their wishes.
Ways to access mental health support listed.
Zoom event aims to help Birmingham St Mary’s.
Passengers urged to check journeys ahead of timetable increase.
COVID team keeping vulnerable families safe in Erdington.
Local charities to benefit from fundraising challenge.
Evolve grows to become city’s first wellbeing café.
Former sprinter aims to build up business at the double.
Cycling and walking to be prescribed by healthcare professionals.
“Birmingham cannot be regarded as a Covid hotspot,” says visiting professor John Clancy.
Help for community groups during lockdown.
West Midlands Railway to increase services from September.