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Ellie Macdonald

Ellie Macdonald
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Journalism student, radio presenter and all round happy person!

Bournville College student wins prestigious catering award

A Bournville College student has achieved third place in this year’s prestigious Wing Yip Young Chef of the Year competition. The national annual event offers...

Local students have their say on the future of Longbridge

Local students in our area have had the opportunity to have their say in what happens in the local area, more specifically the regeneration...

Unique Birmingham college aiming high with Access to Higher Education students

A College in Selly Oak is celebrating an outstanding year with Access students going on to achieve a 95% success rate and national awards. Fircroft...

Birmingham City Council and Birmingham and Solihull Womens Aid launch new...

Birmingham City Council and Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid launched a new hub to tackle domestic violence and homelessness last month. The centre, which will...

Funeral Directors turn to a NEW Technology to keep memories alive

A funeral director is offering Bromsgrove and Redditch families the chance to remember their loved ones in an unusual way – with the help of...

Sainsbury’s get ‘Cheesy’ for Easter

Sainsbury’s customers can now get their hands on the world’s first spreadable ‘Cheester’ egg now in stores nationwide. The Cheesealicious Easter Egg, which is described as...

Forget Me Not displays pop up around the city in Hospice’s...

Throughout April and May, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice will be bringing six ‘pop-up’ displays of forget-me-not flowers to locations throughout the city during its 40thanniversary...

Dedicated teacher enlists help of pupils to raise money for Comic...

A dedicated teacher has enlisted the help of pupils across four academies to raise money for charity. Richard Mcllwraith, a PE Teacher from Smith’s Wood...

Teenagers turn into urban designers with St. Modwen Homes

Longbridge-based St. Modwen Homes turn Birmingham teenagers into urban designers while picking up some essential workplace experience during a taster day. The 14 and 15...

Five siblings benefit from supported learning at Bournville College

A mother from Birmingham has praised a Longbridge college which supports all of her 5 children with learning difficulties. Dawn Steward, from Northfield, is proud...

Birmingham Clean Air Zone gets government approval

Birmingham City Council’s plan for a Clean Air Zone to help tackle the problem of air pollution has received Government approval. The council submitted its...

Bournville College Academy officially opened by Lord Mayor

Birmingham's newest 14-16 education provider, Bournville College Academy, was officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Yvonne Mosquito last month (6th February). The...

St. Modwen delivers promise to bring beloved church back to life

Local expert developer and regeneration specialist has stayed true to a fifteen-year pledge to carry out improvement works to supply gas and water to St....

Birmingham solicitors offer free Wills to over-55s in support of Barnardos...

A Birmingham based solicitors will be offering Wills at no cost to people aged 55 and over as part of an award-winning scheme. Quality Solicitors...

Dance schools unite for Cancer Research UK fundraiser in memory of...

On Sunday 24th March, three local dance schools from Birmingham will come together to raise money for Cancer Research in memory of a much...

Family host charity events in memory of their son

On Sunday 21st April, a local family will be once again raising money for The British Heart Foundation! Jim’s Quinton Post Office will go against...