Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice has unveiled its latest venture aimed at supporting the services on which so many rely.
Birmingham artists are celebrating the award of new funding
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.
Coventry University is set to lead a Europe-wide project which aims to put an end to the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), after it was awarded funding to continue research into the issue.
A new funding scheme for West Midlands SMEs is aiming to award 200 grants over the next two years in a bid to help manufacturing businesses boost their competitiveness.
A new state-of-the-art centre showcasing the latest technology to enable businesses to enhance their competitiveness is set to be launched at Wolves Uni
Wolverhampton Centre for the National Trust makes important donation to Light House’s fund-raising efforts
The Wildlife Trust commissioned an economic evaluation of the benefits arising from the works supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Natural England, Advantage West Midlands and other funders.
Thirty city and borough councils from across the UK – from Dundee to Brighton, Newcastle to Plymouth and Cardiff to Cambridge – are to carry out government-funded studies in a bid to win a £24 million ‘future city’ prize.
A new £1.1 million project led by Coventry University Enterprises is set to support SMEs in the West Midlands by identifying affordable technologies to ‘future proof’ the companies and gain them a competitive advantage.
Heart scientists in Birmingham have been awarded prestigious grants of more than £580,000 by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) as part of a multi-million pound boost for research in the UK.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is delighted to announce that it has been successful in securing a grant of £240,000 from Arts Council England’s Catalyst Arts fund under the Capacity Building Programme.
‘Crowd-funding’ means a little can make a lot of difference in the world of film.
Sandwell Arts Trust heard this morning that it has been unsuccessful in its application to the Arts Council for National Portfolio funding