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Weekend events in Birmingham – Dec 10-11

By on 10/12/2011 in News with 0 Comments

Looking for something to do in Birmingham this weekend? Try one of the suggestions below.   Visit the world famous Frankfurt Christmas Market November 17 – December 23 http://bit.ly/t4LKhs   Keep fit at your nearest leisure centre http://bit.ly/dO68DN   Community Sports Events http://www.birminghamourgames.co.uk/   Visit one of our wonderful parks http://bit.ly/f2sFxF   Me, You and […]

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Photo opportunity: Constructing a crystal cathedral

By on 21/10/2011 in Culture, News with 0 Comments

WHAT: Donovan Ballantyne assembles the inverted crystal cathedral that will be one of the highlights of the Lost in Lace exhibition. WHY  Lost in Lace exhibition opens at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery on 29 October - until 19 February 2012. WHERE: Gas Hall – Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery WHEN: Friday 21 October IME:  1pm A magnificent 'inverted […]

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List of candidates for Sparkbrook by-election

By on 14/10/2011 in Elections, News with 0 Comments

STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED  The following persons have been nominated for the election of a Councillor on Thursday, 10th November 2011 for the SPARKBROOK Ward. PERSONS NOMINATED   4.    REASONS FOR WHICH THE RETURNING OFFICER HAS DECLARED A NOMINATION INVALID   1.   SURNAME OTHER NAMES IN FULL   2.   HOME ADDRESS IN […]

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Nectar points for recycling

By on 17/08/2011 in News with 1 Comment

Photo-call  When: 10am Monday 22nd August Where: Junction of Redwood Road and Middleton Hall Road/Station Road, Cotteridge  Cllr Timothy Huxtable and Will Shuckburgh, Client Development Director from Nectar, will demonstrate new technology which will be used on the streets of Cotteridge from next week to reward all residents who recycle, with Nectar points.  An innovative scheme […]

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Weekend events in Birmingham (June 11/12)

By on 11/06/2011 in Culture, News with 0 Comments

Looking for somehing to do in Birmingham this weekend? Try one of the suggestions below. Keep fit at your nearest leisure centre http://bit.ly/dO68DN Enjoy the sunshine in one of our wonderful parks http://bit.ly/f2sFxF Aston Hall, Soho House, Sarehole Mill and Blakesley Hall are all reopened for the season Please note admission charges now apply. 2.30pm […]

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Harborne Primary School fire – May 4 update

By on 04/05/2011 in News with 1 Comment

Update 09:00 (May 4) Infant school set to reopen on Friday (May 6). Year 6 SATS to be staged at Martineau Centre from next week with induction session for all pupils on Friday (May 6). Junior School, offices and studio have been deemed structurally unsafe and will remain closed. School and local authority currently reviewing […]

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Weekend events in Birmingham (April 29 – May 2)

By on 29/04/2011 in News with 0 Comments

Looking for somehing to do in Birmingham this weekend? Try one of the suggestions below. Keep fit at your nearest leisure centre http://bit.ly/dO68DN Visit one of our wonderful parks http://bit.ly/f2sFxF Aston Hall, Soho House, Sarehole Mill and Blakesley Hall are all reopened for the season Please note admission charges now apply. Childrens Trail (Aston Hall) […]

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Styling the city

By on 18/04/2011 in News with 0 Comments

The stunning streets, architectural treasures and public spaces of Birmingham's Civic Quarter, including the Council House and Town Hall, became an inspiring back drop for a new spring/summer fashion shoot. Midland born international model Ruth Crilly and a team of stylists and photographers descended upon Victoria Square and the beautiful School of Art building for […]

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Weekend events in Birmingham (April 16-17)

By on 15/04/2011 in Culture, News with 0 Comments

Looking for somehing to do in Birmingham this weekend? Try one of the suggestions below. Keep fit at your nearest leisure centre http://bit.ly/dO68DN Visit one of our wonderful parks http://bit.ly/f2sFxF Aston Hall, Soho House, Sarehole Mill and Blakesley Hall are all reopened for the season Please note admission charges now apply. Childrens Trail (Aston Hall) […]

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Cracking Culture in Birmingham this Easter

By on 15/04/2011 in Culture, News with 0 Comments

From St George to steam engines, Vaisakhi to Shakespeare, there are plenty of cultural family events and activities in the city centre, museums, parks and libraries during the Easter holiday, and many are either free or low cost. On Saturday 23 April the annual Birmingham's St George's Day will take place in Victoria and Chamberlain […]

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