The roof of the inpatient unit at Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice has deteriorated so badly that it “won’t last another winter”, the charity has said.
Author: Nathan Clarke
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Campaigners in Birmingham are calling for a legally binding Right To Food in the UK which would include the provision of universal free school meals and the use of school canteens as community kitchens.
Of the 1332 total fixed penalty notices issued by the West Midlands Police, 42% were issued during the first two weeks of the January lockdown.
Birmingham Eastside spoke to DAME and Shai Brides, two up and coming bands from Birmingham on possible venue closures, performing in lockdown and the importance of live music to the city of Birmingham.
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Experts fear that the suspension of assisted employment schemes will leave young people with disabilities excluded from a “hypercompetitive” job market.
Poet Laureate for Birmingham Casey Bailey on the thriving Birmingham poetry scene, his charity work and his undying love for the city he proudly calls home.
The Halal Candy Corner, a family run sweet shop based in Alum Rock, are to extend their emergency food scheme to support struggling families over the winter lockdown.
“I find it disgusting that large corporations are putting profits before kids”, said Birmingham Councillor for Bromford and Hodge Hill Majid Mahmood.