We look back over the the past 18 years at some facts that you might not know about one of the city’s most long-standing fundraising events…
The countdown has begun for the 2017 Brindleyplace Dragonboat Race, one of Birmingham’s biggest fundraising events of the year.
It’s the ultimate battle between good and evil at this year’s Brindleyplace Film Festival, cast your vote now!
There’s a lot to get excited about at Brindleyplace this spring…
Cocktail bar at Thai restaurant; Siamais is now open!
The start of an exciting new partnership between two much loved Birmingham independent brands – Yorks Cafe at Ikon Gallery is now open.
Birmingham St. Mary’s Hospice has commissioned 1,500 wrought iron flowers as part of its new Forget Me Not appeal;
The flowers will go on display in Brindleyplace from April 24- 1 May.
A record-breaking fundraising target of £100,000 has been set for the 2017 Brindleyplace Dragonboat Race.
with Yorks Café & Coffee Roaster.
PENGUIN ARRIVAL: The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham says ‘Velkommen’ to nine new Gentoo penguins
all the way from Billund, Denmark.