Make your special day that extra little bit magical with our guide to planning your Jewellery Quarter Wedding. This guide features in Issue 10 of our premium magazine, Quarter Life which you can pick up your free copy from various retailers across the area or read online now by clicking here. Click below to read online.
Quarter Life has now reached its tenth issue! The magazine, which is part of the marketing strategy outlined in the Jewellery Quarter BID Prospectus, is of interest to people who live, learn, work and visit the area. It is also an informative guide for visitors who may not have experienced all that the area has … Read moreQuarter Life Magazine – Issue 10 – Out Now!
The Jewellery Quarter will welcome three giant bears into the community this Summer as part of The Big Sleuth. The Big Sleuth (so named because sleuth is the collective noun for a group of bears) is a free public art event which will see up to 100 165cm tall, fibreglass bears leave their paw prints all … Read moreThe Big Sleuth is Coming to the Quarter this Summer
New proposals as part of Stage 3 plans of “Snow Hill Station Square” Public Realm works could change access to Lionel Street in the Jewellery Quarter. Proposed alterations include the change of one way traffic to two ways and removal of on-street parking to southside of the street to allow the provision of bus and cycle … Read moreProposed Access Changes to Lionel Street
St Paul’s Church, the beautiful Grade I listed building which sits on top of the last remaining Georgian Square in Birmingham, St Paul’s Square, has announced a new series of events. Most of you know St Pauls Church and many of you have walked by, probably having never been inside. However, in addition to regular … Read moreSt Paul’s Church Announces Events Calendar
As a part of the JQDT (Jewellery Quarter Development Trust) structure, a Planning Consultative Committee meets and reviews applications on behalf of businesses and residents in the Quarter. The team lodge comments about planning directly to Birmingham City Council. The committee meets every month and the city council recognises the comments made by the JQDT. … Read moreCheck out the latest planning applications in the JQ
Artisan Alchemy Gallery on Caroline Street is celebrating its first anniversary since opening in the Quarter in 2016. The gallery has brought together some of the highest quality bespoke design and craftsmanship from the UK and Ireland. Here in Birmingham, you can see examples of unique furniture design and exceptional craftsmanship that are undoubtedly the antiques of the … Read moreArtisan Alchemy Gallery Celebrates One Year Anniversary
Fellows & Sons inaugural Antiques, Silver & Collectables auction defied all expectations when lot 136 sold for £810,000, breaking all house records for the auctioneers on Augusta Street. The large and impressive Chinese porcelain wucai fish vase was entered to sale with an auction estimate of £1,200 – 1,800. Intricately decorated with small golden carp, … Read moreChinese Vase sells for £810,000 in JQ Auctioneers
ESSENTIAL BRIDGE WORK ON THE M6 NORTHBOUND CARRIAGEWAY BETWEEN JUNCTION 7 AND 8 UPDATE: Download the latest updates of scheduled work berlow. TM Bulletin 2 M6 Corridor Original Story: Highways England will carry out essential maintenance work to the northbound carriageway over the Rushall viaduct and the M5 to M6 northbound link road. Works are … Read moreEssential Work on M6 Northbound Carraigeway Between Junction 7 & 8
Treat your mum with local, handmade loveliness this Mother’s Day from Quartermasters – the second of a quarterly modern craft market in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter at 1000 Trades. Independent neighbourhood bar, 1000 Trades, Frederick Street, plays host to the second Quartermaster artisanal makers market with a dozen independent local businesses. Wanting to encourage … Read moreLocal, Hand-Made Loveliness at Jewellery Quarter Modern Craft Market