Luxury Indian dining restaurant Isaacs is giving Birmingham businesses the chance to enjoy a snack box with a difference; a spicy picnic delivered to straight to the door*.
Solihull School’s rugby players have proved they are among the best in the Midlands after lifting the prestigious Solihull Cup.
A record breaking number of runners took part in this weekend’s Ernest Jackson Crediton Crunch which saw almost 300 participants face high temperatures to raise money for Balloons charity.
On 9 May 2014, Rt Hon Owen Paterson, MP for North Shropshire and Secretary of State for DEFRA, visited the Mondelēz International Chirk site to see the processing of cocoa beans and learn more about the organisation’s apprenticeship programme.
One of Birmingham’s most iconic landmarks, the Hyatt Regency Hotel, is undergoing an exciting multi-million pound refurbishment.
Birmingham’s most stylish leisure and lifestyle destination, The Mailbox, will be kicking off summer in style this year with the return of its popular food tasting event.
One of The Mailbox’s most popular waterfront bar and restaurants, Penny Blacks Wine & Ale House, has re-launched this month following an exciting new refurbishment.
On the eve of this weekend’s Birmingham’s Pride Festival, the Southside district has introduced a ‘Rainbow Rooms’ kitemark for hotels that positively welcome gay, lesbian and transgender (LGBT) guests.
The second annual Banbury Strictly Come Dancing competition proved to be a huge success, raising more than £8,600 for local charities Katherine House Hospice and Banbury Young Homeless Project.
Solihull pupils have been acclaimed for their oratorical skills after finishing as finalists in one of the world’s most prestigious public speaking contests. A team from the independent school was […]
Solihull School has strengthened its links with a school in Chile after welcoming two new Gap Year students.
Birmingham’s innovative city centre meeting and events space thestudio is ‘getting into bed’ with extended-stay hotel brand, Staybridge Suites.
Employees from Bournville-based Mondelēz International have spent two days creating an outdoor growing and reading space at World’s End Junior School in Quinton.
The course of true love never did run smooth… but the acting course at Birmingham Ormiston Academy (BOA) is going from strength to strength with performances of classic English Literature in Birmingham’s streets and theatres.
Family destination Millennium Point treated children from Birmingham Children’s Hospital to an egg-citing Easter party at The Giant Screen this Easter.
Students from Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls have seen the fruits of their labour recognised as their hand-manufactured tie-dye products proved to be a big hit at regional trade shows.
Britain’s first independent sign language interpreting agency has expanded its services with the introduction of a new video interpretation service for Deaf people.
Three students from Birmingham Ormiston Academy (BOA) have danced their way to the top, beating hundreds of competitors to be selected to perform in Matthew Bourne’s upcoming production of Lord of the Flies.
Solihull School’s choristers are looking forward to the thrill of a lifetime after being invited to support singer-songwriter Gary Barlow on his solo UK tour.
One of the West Midlands most popular radio stations celebrated 40 years in the business with an anniversary event at Birmingham Ormiston Academy.