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£2m Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games legacy funding to get more people cycling
Plans to get more people in the West Midlands cycling as part of the legacy of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has been given a £2 million boost from the Department for Transport.
Mayor opens Ramfoam’s new headquarters as company embraces digital
One of the first companies to sign up to a programme to improve the digital capabilities of smaller businesses has officially opened its new company headquarters and factory in Sandwell.
Thousands of jobs now available across the West Midlands to kickstart young people’s careers
Young people across the West Midlands are set to benefit from thousands of valuable job opportunities to kickstart their careers.
Mayor praises Wolverhampton joining landmark European environmental movement
Wolverhampton has made history by becoming the first English city to sign the European Circular Cities Declaration
The UK Careers Fair to power the Black Country Careers Expo for another year
The UK Careers Fair & The Black Country Skills Factory have teamed up for another year
City’s new Youth Hub set to open for face-to-face training and career opportunities
A dedicated youth hub is set to open for face-to-face appointments
Technical centre boost for City Learning Quarter vision
The Council’s City Learning Quarter vision has been given a boost with £7.7million funding
Delivering our Partnerships Together - The Future of Local Enterprise Partnerships
The chair of the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership has hailed the work of the groups across the region as new figures show the huge impact they have made in the ten years since they were formed.
Ladder applause for rising stars
Apprentices achievement at City of Wolverhampton College
Culwell Street plans to pave way for transformational Brewers Yard scheme
Ambitious plans have been unveiled that will pave the way for the remediation of brownfield land to facilitate the first phase of the transformational Brewers Yard city centre living regeneration scheme in Wolverhampton.
Wolverhampton City gets nominated for its commitment to lifelong learning
The City of Wolverhampton has been nominated to be considered for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation
New study highlights the value of West Midlands arts and cultural sector ahead of major cultural events
As the region’s cultural sector - which is worth £1.1billion a year - begins its recovery from the pandemic, the first ever interactive map of the local arts scene has been developed
Wolverhampton Bids to Become Next UK City of Culture
Becoming the UK’s next City of Culture has the power to revive, relight and grow Wolverhampton
Create Central TV production bootcamp is back to help West Midlands creative talent into jobs
The region’s independent TV sector is calling on creative talent from across the West Midlands to join an innovative skills bootcamp
Work starts on transforming derelict Black Country foundry into new neighbourhood
Work has commenced to transform another former industrial site in the Black Country into a neighbourhood with new, affordable homes for local people.