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Zest Eductation

206F The Big Peg 120 Vyse Street Hockley Birmingham B18 6NF

0121 663 1143

Opening Hours:
7am to 7pm Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm Saturday and Sunday

Zest Education is education recruitment made personal. Based in Birmingham and covering the whole of the West Midlands, we connect schools with the best talent and the best educators with the perfect roles.

Over the years we have covered just about every position within a school setting, from librarians, mentors and office staff, to support assistants, cover supervisors and teachers, and we thrive on helping with each and every one.

We are also an official corporate member of the REC, which means that schools and academies are reassured of our ongoing commitment towards safeguarding.

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Zolia Jewellery

Unit 3, Plantagenet Buildings 94 Spencer Street Birmingham B18 6DB

075 4743 2048

Can jewellery be a form of sculpture or can sculpture be a form of jewellery?

This is the main idea that Zolia Jewellery flirts with. Wearable pieces of sculpture with an eccentric and quirky essence are turned into unconventional pieces of jewellery. They are handmade, little pieces of art, underlining the wearer’s personality.

All the pieces are sculpted by hand in wax and then casted in sterling silver. Only 50 pieces are made out of each design while there are also designs that are one-of-a-kind. Every piece is hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay office. It has a serial number and the logo carved on it and they are accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the designer/maker.

Pieces in gold can be made upon request.

We also accept orders for bespoke, one-of-a-kind pieces.


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Did You Know that?...


In 1855, Elkington’s employee Alexander Parkes developed Celluloid – the first ever plastic – in the Quarter.


Stan’s Café Theatre staged a 24-hour Scalextric race, complete with radio commentary, in the AE Harris building in the Quarter.