By Suzanne Carter, Community Outreach & Learning Manager at The Hive) At the end of.
Story and photos by Niel Black – HF Journalist & Resident ‘We first came to.
Birmingham City Council has launched its Emergency Transport Plan, outlining plans for a wide range.
An incredible 800 items of work clothing have been donated by Jewellery Quarter businesses as.
Ahead of the launch of Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone this summer, applications are now open.
Fondly known in the trade as the ‘Oscars of the jewellery industry,’ The Goldsmiths’ Craftmanship.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) along with the Arbor Day.
The third Jewellery Quarter Suit Drive is asking for local businesses and residents to donate.
A talented local jewellery designer has been crowned the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter’s second.