Evaluation highlights the appetite for arts, culture and entertainment in the city.
4600 Gifts mass-making workshops arriving in Cathedral Square.
Games organisers moving into new city centre premises.
City community groups can now apply for grants to deliver creative projects.
The Rep awarded £1.47 million GBSLEP funding to transform public space.
National Lottery funding for young people to learn new skills through Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games and Team England unveil 22 exercises to try at home.
Birmingham 2022 appoints IT firm NVT Group as official provider for the Games.
Birmingham 2022 community programme welcomes fiftieth project.
Documenting post–1945 migration by those who settled in Birmingham.
Stars of West Midlands community sport wanted to be the faces of new campaign.
£600,000 awarded through Spirit of 2012 collaboration with Birmingham 2022.
More than forty initiatives now receiving Games programme funding.
Search begins for Birmingham 2022 training venues to host international athletes.
Major University station upgrade will boost economy and improve journeys for passengers.<
Birmingham 2022 and CGFP announce Sunset+Vine as Host Broadcaster.
Andy Munro has a bit of a moan.
Longines and Commonwealth Games Federation agree historic partnership.
United by Birmingham 2022 is bringing together community projects in support of the Games.
An evening of great live music, with Andy Bennett and special guests.
UK’s first regional Tourism Strategy follows the Government’s Tourism Sector Deal.
Plans unveiled for redeveloped Alexander Stadium to become new home for university’s sports courses.
Organisers share vision of a Games for Everyone.
Council accused of refusal to listen concerns over flyover demolition.
Birmingham 2022 seeks Common Ground with the West Midlands.
Stephen Pennell starts warming up for 2022.
Public transport planning starts for 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Two Sandwell community swimming pools to close to help fund Commonwealth Games Aquatics Centre, reports Steve Beauchampe.
Event hopes to spotlight effect on Britain’s relations with the world.
But if Birmingham hosts the Games then track cycling will be in London or Manchester according to Metro Mayor Andy Street, writes Steve Beauchampe.