Creative contractors behind Aston University’s £45 million new Student Village, approaching completion now, are handing over £10,000 to Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital.
Acorns Children’s Hospice has announced a brand new event with its Lantern Walk, taking place on Saturday 12th October.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is offering local youngsters aged between eight and sixteen the chance to develop and share their theatre skills at its annual Summer School,
Birmingham based Save the Children volunteer, Emily Davies, will this week be flying out to Liberia, West Africa, to see how some of the money the charity has raised is being used to save lives.
A conference to highlight how war impacts on children has been organized by the University of Wolverhampton in conjunction with the University of Salzburg.
Free galleries, fun activities and a fantastic day out.
The University of Wolverhampton has been working to provide underprivileged students the opportunity to learn and develop English skills.
The University of Wolverhampton is to host a family fun day as part of its 21st birthday celebrations.
A unique and exciting children’s adventure is set to launch from Birmingham Airport this summer to give the thousands of youngsters jetting off on holiday an engaging and fun experience at the Airport before they fly.
Live musical experiences in schools, in Symphony Hall and a road safety concert are ensuring that thousands of children experience music like never before.
This Easter Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre welcomes the return of family favourite The Horrible Histories
A pioneering £1 million research project into runaway and homeless children who sleep rough is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
This half term an exciting programme of exhibitions, events and workshops are set to keep all ages entertained at The Public in West Bromwich.
A Birmingham medical charity has raised more than £1500 to save the lives of mothers in developing countries.
mac birmingham has two great family shows to offer this February half term, along with a busy programme of activities to keep children of all ages entertained.
Dave Woodhall talks to TV presenter Michaela Strachan ahead of her forthcoming date in Birmingham.
State schools should offer compulsory qualifications in good manners and self control according to Dr Anthony Seldon
Freehand Theatre, one of the country’s leading puppet theatre companies, will be bringing new production, Little Red…You Know Who to The Public
It has been claimed that budget cuts are likely to lead to increased inequality.
Staff at a Black Country training company donned Santa hats and handed over hundreds of pounds worth of toys to Acorns Children’s Hospice.
Explore the power of imagery in poetry, and the presence of words in art, on this unique poetry and art workshop
Two West Midlands primary schools reopened today as academies under a new trust led by the University of Wolverhampton.
Sutton Park’s Donkey Assisted Therapy centre is inviting local people to its Christmas Fair on Saturday 8th December from 10.30am to 3pm.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre heads downstream to the riverbank this Christmas for a new production of Alan Bennett’s wonderful stage adaptation of The Wind In The Willows
Cogent Elliott, one of the UK’s leading integrated creative agencies, has developed a powerful advertisement for the National Association of People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC), based upon the Jimmy Savile revelations.
A magical children’s theatre production, about the tales of a mischievous frog, takes place at The Public in West Bromwich on Thursday 25 October.
Further ways to prevent boredom. Part two of our guide to events at local places of interest during half-term.
There’ll be no bored kids if we can help it.
After an inspiring summer of sport across the UK the British Heart Foundation is encouraging schools, youth groups and nurseries to keep the enthusiasm
No ‘adult content’ in this show bringing children’s tv favourites to Bromsgrove.