Birmingham Press reader Dr Ron Dawson has sent a message aimed at schools and musicians across Birmingham.
West Midlands Police are to pay tribute to the bravery of their officers.
Following 2010’s West End hit, a brand new adaptation of Sebastian Faulks’s bestselling novel Birdsong is making its way to Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre
A Viennese mum brought her son to Birmingham recently to join in the 150th anniversary celebrations of her great-great-grandfather’s engineering firm – 98 years after the British Government branded her family as ‘enemy aliens’.
A song of remembrance played all over the world but not in Birmingham – an author’s disappointment.
As British military casualties continue to return from the war in Afghanistan, Wounded – an emotional new play by Jenny Stephens – tells the stories of two soldiers, fighting a century apart
Laurence Inman has seen the future and, be warned, it’s not pretty.
According to its website the British National Party (BNP) is to pay Birmingham a visit on Sunday, October 7th, in its guise as the “British Veterans’ Group”.
Sometime ago, while reading a copy of the British Legion magazine, I was struck by the words ‘Lest we forget’.
Martin Mullaney reports that work is to begin in the coming weeks to restore the South African War memorial in Cannon Hill Park, Moseley.
The Royal British Legion are appealing for poppy-selling volunteers.
The Royal British Legion is 90 this year. Coventry Cathedral is hosting a special concert.
Until a few years ago, Armistice Day was a relatively low-key affair. It was observed by those with a connection to the military, although most of us ignored it.