The team behind Dudley’s progress in transforming health and social care services has scooped a prestigious national award in recognition of their success.
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The award winning Halesowen in Bloom has been put forward for an international award following regional and national success last year.Read more
Budding bakers of all ages are invited to take part in a chocolate themed bake-off this Fairtrade Fortnight.Read more
A new exhibition has opened focusing on the history of Dudley Castle and Himley Hall from the Battle of Hastings right up to the present day. The exhibition, titled The Homes of the Earls of Dudley, is on display at Himley Hall until Sunday October 6. It dates right back to the eleventh century and takes in the English CivilRead more
The Lord Mayor of Birmingham will lead the city’s Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations at the Council House on Sunday, January 27. Holocaust Memorial Day commemorates the victims and survivors of the Holocaust and Nazi persecutions, as well as other genocides around the world. The ceremony, in the Banqueting Suite, will be hosted by Cllr Tristan Chatfield, Birmingham City Council’s CabinetRead more
People are being encouraged to join a monthly walk around Pensnett set up by volunteers to make new friends and keep fit.Read more
What does one expect from an André Rieu show? Bright colours? World class musical performance? Well, it delivered on both of those things, and more, at this year’s Christmas concert at Birmingham’s The Arena in the city centre.Read more