Refocusing and Finding the Productivity Bug Again

It's been nearly two months since I decided to relocate back to my hometown of Birmingham and my productivity has dwindled between purple patches of productivity and days where I seem to be at home and achieve absolutely nothing. While I have a job hunt to focus on, alongside attempting to work on new projects, … Continue reading Refocusing and Finding the Productivity Bug Again

Longbridge welcomes Digbeth Dining Club with plenty of street food

One of Birmingham's most famous street food events has descended into Longbridge for its debut in the area. Digbeth Dining Club, which takes place every Friday and Saturday in Digbeth has descended onto Longbridge Town Centre for the first time on Saturday 12 August 2017. There were vendors who provided fresh, vibrant street food that brought the heart of … Continue reading Longbridge welcomes Digbeth Dining Club with plenty of street food

Birmingham fills with red as Ferrari celebrate 70th anniversary

Families, car enthusiasts and photographers turned out to celebrate Ferrari's 70th Anniversary in Birmingham. 70 Ferrari cars that were worth in excess of £15 million descended onto Victoria Square as they were showcased outside the Town Hall and Council House. It's one of four events in the UK that the Italian manufacturer are holding as … Continue reading Birmingham fills with red as Ferrari celebrate 70th anniversary

Chief Master of King Edward’s Edgbaston argues success of pupils in top jobs

A survey carried out the Sutton Trust in The Guardian has seen privately-educated schools still remain in top jobs such as law, journalism and medicine over state comprehensive secondary schools and academies. Figures from the educational charity show that only 7% of the population went to a fee-paying school. In journalism, 51% of the leading … Continue reading Chief Master of King Edward’s Edgbaston argues success of pupils in top jobs