Birmingham born librarian Sue Brown looks at a timber framed building in Bewdley, Worcestershire,..
Slade School has gone through many life-changing moments, since it was first given birth in 1904...
Here is an easy to read and interesting book which follows the connection between early nineteent..
David Moorat’s gazetter of the surviving pubs of Brampton is a grand read. But more than that, it..
Lizzie Baty, the Brampton Witch (1729-1817), lived close to the village of Brampton in Cumbria an..
Travelling arrangements for rail passengers to Brampton, have been the subject of scathing report..
Intrigued by a carved mask in the angle of beautiful bargeboards of an old building near her home..
The Boys’ Brigade has just celebrated its 125th Anniversary. In 1883, Sir William Alexander Smith..
Following the successful publication, in 2010, of Planet BB: The Boys’ Brigade Around The World, ..
Join a great grandson of the first Park Keeper at Selly Oak Park, Birmingham, as he delves into t..
Two debating societies were formed in 1846 in the Birmingham area. The Edgbaston society prospere..