Details have been released of this week’s royal visit to Birmingham.
Thousands of people cheered Queen Elizabeth II during a trip to Stamford and Burghley House earlier this month
Ten British registered 68 foot yachts participating in the world’s longest ocean race formed up into a spectacular ‘Parade of Sail’ in New York this afternoon
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This coming Bank Holiday weekend, people in Birmingham are invited to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by taking part in a Sky Ride Local ride, led by British Cycling trained Ride Leaders.
Business owners in and around Birmingham’s Southside are bracing themselves for a bumper weekend as tens of thousands of visitors flock to celebrate Pride 2012.
A Solihull hotel is laying on a Diamond Jubilee garden party, featuring a host of fun attractions, to raise money for Acorns Children’s Hospice Trust.
With Brits set to spend a substantial amount of hard earned cash on celebratory snacks, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee has provided a splendid opportunity for FMCG brands to roll up their sleeves and make a unique contribution to the nationwide affair.
Local theatre company “Don’t Go Into The Cellar!” are to bring a slice of vintage entertainment to Birmingham this June, to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.
With national Diamond Jubilee celebrations imminent, Bloxwich Library Forum is doing its loyal duty by joining forces with Bloxwich Library and Walsall Council to mark the historic event in style.
WRVS is calling for nominations from around the country for “Diamond Champions”, older people who volunteer in their local communities and go the extra mile to make a real difference to others’ lives.
As jubilee fever sweeps the region, Touchwood has announced it is on the hunt for couples who are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary this year.