Colin Giles Retires as Curator of The Pen Room

Brian Jones, (who tragically died just after his book about the history of ‘Pens’ was.

20 Years of Growth and Success for Rofin in Daventry

Rofin-Baasel UK is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2016 with a strong track record of.

All Lit up For Christmas 2015

On Friday 13th November, after a weather forecast of high winds and pouring rain, the.

Multi-Award Winning Adapt Accountancy

Birmingham based company Adapt Accountancy scored multiple wins in Wealth & Finance INTL’s 2015 Finance.

Birmingham Civic Society Renaissance Award 2015

Pictured with the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Raymond Hassall, is Tim Prince. Tim formerly.

Coffin Works 1st Birthday and More News

Coffin Works 1st Birthday At the end of October The Coffin Works will be celebrating.

Small Film Company Nominated for Royal Television Society Award

IDM Media, a film production company based in the Jewellery Quarter, has been nominated for.

Midland Metro – Snow Hill Stop Closure

Essential works to tie in the new stretch of Metro tram track with the existing.

The Argent College Opens its Doors

The Grade II Listed Standard Works in Vittoria Street which has stood empty for over.

Jewellery Quarter Police Station to Close

Yet again, for about the sixth time in 30 years, there is a proposal to.

Big Hoot Trail

Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care, Cllr Paulette Hamilton, hopes Birmingham’s owl invasion can.

Big Vintage Ride

On Sunday 19th July, around a hundred cyclists gathered for Birmingham’s 4th annual Big Vintage.

New lease of life for Richmond Gardens, Soho Hill, Hockley

community garden located on Soho Hill in Hockley will be given a new lease of.

Something Old Stirring at the Standard Works

Elisabeth Johnson (Head of Operations at The Standard Works) tells The Hockley Flyer that that.

Warstone Lane & Key Hill Cemeteries – Restoration Plans

Plans have been submitted to transform Warstone Lane and Key Hill cemeteries, both in the.

Birmingham Library – New Cultural Partnership with British Library

A new cultural partnership between the British Library and the Library of Birmingham was been.

First JQBID Festival Takes to the Streets this Summer

This summer sees the Jewellery Quarter host another festival the first organised by the Jewellery.

Pen Room to Introduce Admission Charges

From June 2015 The Pen Room will be charging for admission: Adults Gift Aid Admission.

Illegal Signs – Warning’ – Flyposter ordered to pay £1,500

A Staffordshire man was ordered to pay £1,500 after illegally flyposting adverts onto traffic lights.

Motorists Advised of City Centre Road Changes

A new set of temporary road measures supporting the Paradise redevelopment in Birmingham city centre.

Nelson Primary School – Ofsted Rating Good to Outstanding!

‘Nelson Primary School would like to share their good news with the local community regarding.

Symbolic Bricks Mark Assay Office Birmingham History – and Raises £12,000 for Charity

The structure of the new Assay Office Birmingham building has altered the skyline on Icknield.

Key Hill Passageway to be Gated Off

The following notice has been posted in the Key Hill passageway that connects Hylton Street.

Dig Digbeth – The Essential Guide to Digbeth

Review by Marie Haddleton I would not have known about this Guide but for the.

Assay Office Birmingham Re-Certified by the RJC

The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) announced recently that Assay Office Birmingham, the UK service industries.

JQ Flooring – Transform your Office/Home

Have you ever thought how much impact a new floor could have on your home.

Water Works

Over £1 million is being invested to improve the sewer system that serves Newhall Court.

Air Ambulance Christmas Donation Cheque

This year, Assay Office Birmingham has chosen to send Christmas cards via e-mail, in line.

WB Sparkles in NSPCC Festival of Trees

WB The Creative Jewellery Group was delighted to support the National Society for the Protection.

Assay Office Staff go Wild for Christmas Jumper Day!

Assay Office Birmingham’s Christmas jumper day was well supported as staff turned out for work.