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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
Becoming the UK’s next City of Culture has the power to revive, relight and grow Wolverhampton
The region’s independent TV sector is calling on creative talent from across the West Midlands to join an innovative skills bootcamp
Work has commenced to transform another former industrial site in the Black Country into a neighbourhood with new, affordable homes for local people.
The Black Country LEP Growth Hub invites your company to offer a quotation for the provision of sector specialist advisors
To support businesses and the self-employed to continue to work safely during the pandemic as we move to Step 4, the UK Government have published updated Working Safely guidance
Ladder for the Black Country - Saint Michaels Sixth Form
City residents have been discovering the benefits of the Black Country’s first Tiny Forest during a special monitoring day.
Dudley Council is launching a new initiative that promises to put children and young people at the front and centre of everything it does.
Plans for a “university park” in the heart of Dudley today received a massive boost
Sandwell Council reminds residents that cases are high and rising, and that they should act carefully and remain cautious while managing the risks.
Passengers thinking of returning to buses as Covid restrictions lift will be able to save money on fares following a new agreement with operators.
Businesses from across the West Midlands are being encouraged to support their local communities by signing up to the Mayor’s Giving Month.
Connexions Sandwell has been awarded the prestigious matrix (corr) Standard
Engineering students from the University of Wolverhampton have put the finishing touches to two new Morgan racing cars