Visit Birmingham’s Christmas campaign boosts city’s festive profile
Alan Clawley spots a confusing, yet festive, dichotomy.
It’s THAT time of the year again and The Birmingham Press wishes all its readers a jolly time over the holiday (Winterval?).
Staff at a Black Country training company donned Santa hats and handed over hundreds of pounds worth of toys to Acorns Children’s Hospice.
A series of infomercials featuring a range of practical ‘do-it-yourself’ tips have been launched as part of Visit Birmingham’s ‘Open for Christmas’ campaign
Casualties of Christmas spirit will be catered for at a specially-established unit in the city centre.
At this time of year lots of articles will warn of over-indulgence on Christmas day.
Money is often in short supply around the festive season so Severn Trent Water is reminding its customers there are a number of ways to help them pay their water bill this Christmas.
‘Stay safe’ is the plea as the festive season begins.
At this time of year there are many people unable to enter into what others consider the spirit of the occasion. Alex is one of them.
Blind and partially-sighted theatre-goers can get up close and personal with the cast, set, costumes and props of the Belgrade Theatre’s pantomime Sleeping Beauty
Music students will keep an unbroken Christmas tradition alive when they perform at a carol service supported by Aldridge School for more than 50 years.
The International School and Community College, East Birmingham, generously donated their entire stock of redundant IT equipment to schools in South Africa this month.
Brindleyplace and Acorns Children’s Hospice Trust are on the hunt for people to take part in the charity’s Santa Stroll event taking place this weekend
A Birmingham meeting space is opening its doors and celebrating Christmas with a ‘late lunch and laughs’ event, starring critically acclaimed comedian, Tom Craine.
Sutton Park’s Donkey Assisted Therapy centre is inviting local people to its Christmas Fair on Saturday 8th December from 10.30am to 3pm.
With less than one month to go until Christmas Day, Brindleyplace is helping to spread some Christmas cheer with its free family event ‘Brindleyplace Presents Christmas’, which will be held at the estate next week.
Birmingham’s legendary live music venue The Jam House has a Christmas calendar ‘jam packed’ with activities bigger than Santa’s sleigh – and designed to build up an appetite both on and off the dance floor.
Celia Burton, a retired TV producer from Halesowen, is holding a Christmas Carol Concert on Wednesday 5th December 2012 in Birmingham.