J S Wright, which has its head office in Birmingham and an office in London, is promoting six people to a new Associate Director level to help grow the business and to reward outstanding managerial success. The promotions will take effect from May 1.
Solihull School army cadet Leticia Salmon is all ‘tea-d up’ for a mountaineering and charity challenge in Africa following a major fundraising exercise.
Birmingham shopping centre Martineau Place has launched a partnership with regional charity, Help Harry Help Others (HHHO).
A series of striking red installations have been introduced at Birmingham’s premier lifestyle and shopping destination, The Mailbox, to guide visitors around the venue during its redevelopment.
Freddo, Creme Egg, Caramel Bunny and Mr Cadbury’s Parrot will all be on hand to entertain guests at Cadbury World’s first ever Character Weekend.
Bournville-based attraction, Cadbury World, is celebrating a third consecutive year of record-breaking visitor numbers.
Love was certainly in the air in Southside, Birmingham this Valentine’s Day with local businesses reporting a 28% increase on booking.
Booming building business has prompted Birmingham-based mechanical services provider JS Wright to strengthen its London team with three new appointments. Peter Lawrence has joined the design and build specialist as […]
Businesses in Birmingham’s Southside district benefited from a 200% footfall increase as over 20,000 people descended on the area to usher in the Chinese New Year. Organised by the Birmingham […]
This February half-term, visitors are invited to come and join in the fun-for-all-the-family celebrations at Cadbury World. New for this year, the attraction will host a live show based in […]
There is no place sweeter than the home of chocolate, Cadbury World, to treat your Valentine this year. An extra special weekend awaits those lucky visitors at […]
More than 60 students from Birmingham Ormiston Academy rubbed shoulders with a Broadway musical star as part of an international trip to New York City.
Wing Wah World Buffet in Wolverhampton was host to a successful Chinese New Year celebration which saw guests at the packed restaurant enjoy authentic Chinese dishes and festivities.
Nineteen primary schools from across Birmingham have been awarded Health for Life status at an event held in the city’s grand Council House.
Birmingham Ormiston Academy (BOA) has strengthened its team with the appointment of Lee Davall as new director of dance.
Birmingham city centre’s Southside is set to welcome thousands of visitors to its annual Chinese New Year celebrations.
Building services provider J S Wright is to take a towering role in the regeneration of north London after securing a c£3.3m contract to equip over 200 new affordable homes.
A team of employees from Mondelēz International has donated almost £1,000 to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity in the form of a new cooker and fridge for the hospital’s relative wing.
The UK’s leading brain tumour research organisation, The Brain Tumour Charity, has launched a new fundraising campaign which aims to encourage the public to stay healthy long after the January diet fad ends.
Solihull School fencer Ben Priestley is targeting European and World Championship glory after making his Great Britain debut at one of the sport’s fiercest competitions.