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The Weekly update from the 37th Birmingham, Sandwell & Westside Jazz Festival
Friday 16th to 25th July
Ricky Cool & The In Crowd, West Bromwich Library Central. Birmingham, Sandwell & Westside Jazz Festival 2019 Continue reading
View toward s the City Centre from the ICC/Symphony Hall Centre – How to attract Head Offices. The new buildings are at the end of Broad Street on the right in the photo above.
Students – please remember to take a Covid test twice a week and report your results online. Around 1 in 3 people with COVID-19 show no symptoms, by taking a regular test you are doing your bit to keep your classmates safe. See below. Continue reading
Ignore my friend on the left, just admire me!
IMPORTANT IMFORMATION ABOUT GETTING A JAB- ESPECIALY FOR OUR PREGNANT WOMEN.
Young people (men mostly have I seen) showing off their athletic expertise is now becoming a feature of Centenary Square.
HS2 station contract confirmed with 1,000 new jobs on Birmingham’s biggest construction project
Posted on May 19th 2021 by HS2 in Birmingham
HS2 Tunneling Machine
Here is the Birmingham Council’s update at 17 May 2021 Continue reading
All adults in England without symptoms can now easily get free rapid COVID-19 tests. You can order or collect packs of tests to do at home and report your results online Continue reading
Centenary Square in all its glory
here or on the image to view a much larger, clearer version. Continue reading
Here is the Birmingham Council’s update for May 2021 Continue reading
What businesses and visitors can expect when they return on 12 April
The wraps came off the new square this week after a mysterious delay.
See page 2 below to learn how to follow progress on the westside tram extension currently under deelopment.
This week, the city council launched the Be Bold, Be Birmingham slogan Continue reading
This communications toolkit can be used by local authorities and carers organisations to provide information and advice to unpaid carers in England about the COVID-19 vaccines and how those caring for people vulnerable to COVID-19 can get vaccinated. Continue reading
News of the UK’s first 5G-connected tram being trialled in the West Midlands.
This post has been superceded by the post above entitled “
Revised Covid Vaccine Invitations For Carers“.