A major scheme to install an eco-garden at one of Birmingham’s busiest inner-city stations has been given the go-ahead thanks to a community grant from West Midlands Railway (WMR). Jewellery Quarter station, which welcomed over half a million passengers last year, will have a ‘green makeover’ thanks to community volunteers working with the area’s Business Improvement District (BID).
A company celebrating 150 years in business in the city is donating £500,000 to a local charity to set up a new early intervention unit on the site of the … Read more
The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have been devastating for many individuals and as a result, The Benevolent Society are launching a hardship fund to alleviate some of the financial … Read more
Learn more about the Birmingham Clean Air Zone, including new rules and exemptions, in a joint webinar by JQBID and Birmingham City Council. Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone will come into … Read more
This guest blog post is written by Dale Hollinshead, owner of the award-winning Hazel & Haydn salon in the Jewellery Quarter. We’ve all been there – the temptation to make … Read more
St Paul’s Church is looking for donations of old or surplus laptops from the local JQ community to support online English language lessons. In the next couple of weeks, St … Read more
The Pig & Tail Pub is offering their professional kitchen for hire during lockdown to any budding food entrepreneurs! We are reaching out to offer a great opportunity, our kitchen … Read more
Looking to start the New Year on the right foot? Why not recycle your Christmas Tree for FREE. Give your old tree a new life and take advantage of the … Read more