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Emerging theatre artists in the West Midlands have been given a boost with the news that Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s REP Foundry artist development programme will continue until 2016.
Sheilagh Matheson on the secret stashes we all keep….
Former Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Sir Bernard Zissman has put his famed public speaking skills to the test during a debatathon which raised more than £16,000 for charity
Birmingham Royal Institution for the Blind (brib) is welcoming two major national charities to its Harborne site.
This September, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice is offering people the opportunity to experience the thrill of a 10,000ft tandem skydive.
Media and creative professionals from across the West Midlands helped put Birmingham on the map as the new Carnival Capital last week, at a special event organised by the Birmingham Publicity Association (BPA).
Birmingham City Mission asks supporters to hold ‘100 cake sales in June’
Birmingham-based Cure Leukaemia has announced record financial results that will see the charity double the amount of funding for research nurses in the West Midlands.
Staff at Bromsgrove based advertising agency, Superdream, are preparing to don their hiking boots, and walk 40 miles in one day for two charities.
In July 2013, two colleagues from the University of Birmingham will attempt the gruelling challenge of cycling from London to Paris in under four days
Youth clubs, primary schools and the Birmingham Institute for the Deaf are calling for local businesses to sign up for Business in the Community’s Give & Gain Day,
Last week staff at The Donkey Sanctuary’s Donkey Assisted Therapy Centre in Birmingham received a cheque of £4,900 from Sainsbury’s Castle Vale store.
Staff and Students at a local college for people with disabilities took part in a real test of endurance in order to raise funds for a much needed Sports Hall.
Media and creative professionals from across Birmingham revealed their competitive sides as they battled against each other in a bid to raise more than one thousand pounds for two local charities.
A quick trip down the pub has turned into the challenge of a lifetime for four novice runners from the Black Country.
Islamic Relief says the international response to the crisis has been ‘woefully inadequate’ and highlights the ‘chaotic conditions’ and ‘immense suffering’ in makeshift camps
The Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice Rubery Fundraising Group will be holding a pub quiz from 8pm on Thursday 21st March
Brindleyplace has announced that HelpHarryHelpOthers is the chosen charity for this year’s Dragonboat Festival;
Former Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Sir Bernard Zissman, is set to challenge all comers to a record breaking debatathon on April 17th
More than 100 students at Aldridge School are set to tread the boards in a theatrical extravaganza to help raise money for brain tumour research.
Midlands Co-operative has shown its support for their corporate charity Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children by raising awareness on two of their distribution vehicles
Ladies across the region can treat themselves to a special screening of one of the nation’s favourite chick flicks at a special charity event set to be held at the largest screen in the Midlands this March.
A Birmingham-based donkey riding charity is calling on the fun loving public to adopt a donkey this Valentine’s Day to help raise vital funds
Swimming sensation Ellie Simmonds OBE was guest of honour when she went back to her old school in Aldridge to meet marathon readers.
Peter Smith from Solihull has presented The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust with a cheque for £5,000.
A Birmingham medical charity has raised more than £1500 to save the lives of mothers in developing countries.
The Midlands based band Since Monroe have been beavering away at new material since the release of their debut EP Lost Generation. This time they’re back with the single Everyone’s a Statue
Next Sunday evening (January 6th) there is a fundraising cabaret evening being held at The Kitchen Garden Café, York Road, Kings Heath.
Staff at a Black Country training company donned Santa hats and handed over hundreds of pounds worth of toys to Acorns Children’s Hospice.