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Keith Bracey
Sporty bookish political poet & writer Fan who invests in his kids loves his wife Mary & is proud to work
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Dave Hopkins May 19
Once again thanks to Joe & Co. from & I for organising a great festival, thoroughly enjoyed food & drink from , , , , , , plus the music vibes were good... Roll on July 😀
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Amy Hoult May 18
Today has been very odd and fun 💀
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The Lunar Society May 19
Quite amazing, but Matthew Boulton & considered lack of ambition a desirable quality when looking for skilled workers. It reduced the chance of them moving on. Thank you and for detailed insight in worker/employer relationships at Soho.
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DorothyParkesCentre May 19
1950s Cocktail Party at the Centre on Sat 8th June 🍸
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Kevin Thomas May 19
Getting ready for a private tour today. The lost pubs of the Jewellery Quarter. We visit the site of the Vampire pub. How many people walk by the site without batting an eyelid! (sorry).
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Tom Marlow May 19
It’s a mini city which’ll make a big impression with kids... The MiniBrum exhibition launches at next Saturday - think of it as an interactive Birmingham version of ’s Biggleton.
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Brumpic May 18
Birchfield Road, Perry Barr, 1960 - Courtesy of Geoff Dowling
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RIBA West Midlands May 17
. Conservation project of the year Award goes to Squirrel Works, Birmingham by Sjolander Da Cruz Architects
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The "Three Degrees" Cyrille Regis Laurie Cunningham and Brendan Batson the iconic WBA players who fought against racism in football in the 1970's are celebrated with a statue in New Square West Bromwich
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The Lunar Society 20h
Making a film, exploring the life of James Watt will be one of the things on offer.
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Keith Bracey May 19
Birmingham Big Art Project winner was Susan Philipsz art installation "Station Clock" which will create an iconic piece of public art at the new Curzon Gateway HS2 station
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Keith Bracey May 19
Can't wait for to start as are favourites with the team regularly chasing down 350+ totals and they could be the first team to score 500..
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Keith Bracey May 19
Don't forget one of the best and most famous typefaces was invented in by the famous non conformist and after whom in is named
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Keith Bracey May 19
Lest we forget....the War Memorial at Victoria Park High Street next to Smethwick Heritage Centre.....We will remember them at the going down of the sun..... — at Smethwick Heritage Centre
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Keith Bracey May 19
Simmer Down Festival on Sunday 21st July in
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Keith Bracey May 19
Smethwick Old Church Festival remembering Smethwick Old Church where my dear Mom Dorothy Bracey had her eulogy.....the festival runs from 5th June to the 9th June
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Keith Bracey May 19
Tolkien is a new film about the early life of acclaimed fantasy author JRR Tolkien who grew up in and gained his early inspiration from the city where he attended The Oratory School as an orphan and was then a pupil at King Edward's...
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Keith Bracey May 19
The Crown in Hill Street played host to some of Birmingham's best bands like The Move and Black Sabbath See this iconic venue's role in Brum's musical history at the exhibition at Museum & Art Gallery
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Keith Bracey May 19
Bearwood Road School had the UK's first black head teacher Tony O'connor just after American Civil Rights leader Malcolm X had been to Smethwick to see the town's intolerance for himself
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Force Response May 19
The is here in city centre until June 5th. A beautiful and awe inspiring piece of art, but a haunting reminder of the ever increasing knife crime threat we face. You should definitely pop down and grab a chance to see it!
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