JQ Townscape Heritage, a Jewellery Quarter Heritage Project is building the JQ People’s Archive –.
Following a successful fundraising campaign, on Saturday 11 May a re-dedication ceremony was held to.
A new book created by and celebrating inspiring Birmingham women and their achievements will be.
Constance Caroline Woodhill Naden. Born 1858 – died 1889. Poet – Philosopher – Scientist CONSTANCE.
For 25 years, the award-winning Museum of the Jewellery Quarter has opened its doors to.
Thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant and match funding, the Pen Museum has.
The Pen Museum, based in the Argent Centre in Frederick Street has received £90,000 from.
Birmingham Conservation Trust, the charity behind the rescue of several historic buildings in the city,.
Cabinet are being asked to approve plans to support a bid for lottery funding to.
The silverware, coins, and library collection of Assay Office Birmingham are now available to view.