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Birmingham City Council has been coordinating the program for Birmingham Special Schools for over 10 years. This year, we were happy to welcome 800 children from 20 schools from the Birmingham area. Children enjoyed a free raid on the carousel at the Victoria Square, thanks to the […]
Pupils from Baskerville School were enjoying free rides on the carousel on the German Christmas Market on Tuesday. The youngsters were among 1178 children from special schools in Birmingham enjoying free rides on the carousel at the Victoria Square this year, thanks to the generosity […]
Birmingham’s Frankfurt Christmas Market returns to the city for five weeks from Thursday 13 November. Set up through our partner city connections with the City of Frankfurt, this is the 14th consecutive year that the Frankfurt Christmas Market has been held in Birmingham. It is […]
This library is a repository for: Documents related to the Europe association, including: Reports Strategies Meeting agendas Meeting notes EU funding guidance for transnational programmes Fact sheets detailing funding opportunities FOR TEACHERS: Get Your Pupils Prepared for the Frankfurt Christmas Market 2014 – […]
As part of the Birmingham and Frankfurt 50th anniversary programme, Birmingham based Bournville Young Singers will start a collaboration project with the Frankfurt Cathedral Choir. This coincides with the Bournville Young Singers 30th anniversary. Programme: 23 April: Welcome Day for Boys and Girls Choir from Frankfurt Cathedral and a civic reception in the […]
A EUROCITIES meeting hosted by Birmingham City Council on 15 – 17 April 2015 was the first event bringing both the EUROCITIES Education and the Employment working groups together. Its purpose was to better understand the challenges, issues and solutions related both to the education and employment […]
Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu province and is home to over eight million people. It is a historically important city, being the capital city of China on several occasions throughout its history. It takes only one hour on the high speed train to Shanghai […]