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With the actual date of the Sikh Vaisakhi festival being April 14, organisers of Birmingham’s annual parade have announced this years' event to take place this Sunday, April 26.
With the General Election campaign in full swing, YMCA Birmingham, the not-for-profit organisation that works with people, especially the young, regardless of faith, race, ability or gender, will be hosting a Hustings-style event at The Coppice in Erdington.
Working alongside Oxfordshire County Council and a local toad patrol, the seven-strong crew spent two evenings in Bagley Wood, gathering up the small creatures and transporting them across roads.
The OBV Voter Registration Battle Bus hit Birmingham, giving the opportunity for people to register to vote in the city in the ease of their local community, with all the facilities and assistance being made available.
A new booklet has been published telling the story of multi-storey council flats in Wolverhampton and the Black Country.
The life of an Indian freedom fighter is to be celebrated with a week of events in Wolverhampton.
West Park will come alive to the sights and sounds of the annual Vaisakhi Festival. The Council of Sikh Gurdwaras in Wolverhampton together with the Asian community is holding its annual cultural festival in the park on Sunday 3 May, 2015, between 10am and 5pm.
Fall down the rabbit hole and enter a world of miniature marmalade pots, oversized chocolate coins and other magical and mysterious treats at the free to enter The Shops at Dartington Food Fair from 24th – 25th May 2015.
Veterans will lead the commemorations as Wolverhampton marks the 70th anniversary of VE Day on Friday 8 May, 2015.
Northycote Farm is inviting people to celebrate May Day with a fun event for all the family featuring a host of attractions.
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In many areas across the UK, that have a high population of Asians, unemployment, poor education and poverty are major issues. However, fears have now been raised of how biradari voting, or clan voting, is starting to get in the way.
YHA's £31 million investment in its network has reaped dividends for the 85-year-old brand, resulting in month-on-month growth during the last 12 months, helping it buck the decline in domestic tourism, recently reported by Visit England.
Royal Mail research has revealed a new breed of smart shoppers that are more experienced and confident in utilising their knowledge to create their own ideal shopping experience when buying online.
Premier Inn hosted an inspiring community open day in partnership with education charity, Believe in Young People (BiYP), to support the employment of young people within Birmingham.