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.
Another fantastic and sold out day of Silver Visit’s took place recently at Assay Office.
An original artist’s impression of this iconic city landmark is to go on public display.
A new book written by Sutton Coldfield historian Brian Jones and volunteers at Birmingham’s Pen.