News published November 2017
Family Day discounts at Frankfurt Christmas Market
Visitors to Birmingham’s Frankfurt Christmas Market will be able to get discounts on a wide range of food and gifts, as part of Family Day on Sunday (19 November).
Youth Promise Plus on High Speed to success
“I would recommend Youth Promise Plus to other young people in my situation – using www.cog-brum.co.uk opened up access to so many opportunities that I never knew existed.”
Lord Mayor to open city’s Frankfurt Christmas Market
Birmingham’s internationally renowned Frankfurt Christmas Market returns to the city for five weeks from next week.
New database to help Brummies discover their roots
A digital database, containing around 1.5 million burial and cremation records, has been launched to help families trace their Birmingham ancestors.
Arts minister visits the Library of Birmingham
The Library of Birmingham’s role in supporting innovation and creativity was praised during a visit by the Government’s arts minister earlier today (8 November 2017).
Confirmation of Leader and Deputy Leader of Birmingham City Council
A meeting of the city council has today confirmed the appointments of Leader and Deputy Leader
Council and Capita announce a flexible ICT partnership proposal
The city council and Capita's proposal is due to go to Cabinet on 14 November.
Lord Mayor remembers fallen heroes
THE Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Anne Underwood, will lead the Remembrance Day Service and Parade on Sunday 12 November in Victoria Square.
Gritters on call as overnight temperatures set to plummet
Birmingham’s gritters are set for their first call-out of the season this weekend as overnight temperatures are forecast to drop below freezing.
Statement in relation to an event organised by the Muslim Engagement and Development (MEND) campaigning group
Birmingham City Council is aware that an event has been organised by MEND to debate the issues relating to the Trojan Horse events of a few years ago.
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