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Walsall youngsters serve up a treat...

Young chefs from Walsall have been given the chance to serve up something good to VIPs as part of a graduation banquet after spending a week learning about healthy eating and nutrition.

Queens of Amathus: Tears of joy as emotional migration film premieres at Cineworld Broad Street...

More than 20 Greek Cypriot ladies who migrated from Cyprus to Birmingham opened up their hearts for a documentary screened at Cineworld Broad Street – and there’s a new book about their amazing stories too.

From Amathus to Birmingham: The incredible journeys made by Greek Cypriots to our city

Cypriot community has played a major role in the city’s development, most influentially through the fish and chip shop trade.

Queens of Amathus: Tears of joy as emotional migration film premieres at Cineworld Broad Street...

More than 20 Greek Cypriot ladies who migrated from Cyprus to Birmingham opened up their hearts for a documentary screened at Cineworld Broad Street – and there’s a new book about their amazing stories too.

From Amathus to Birmingham: The incredible journeys made by Greek Cypriots to our city

Cypriot community has played a major role in the city’s development, most influentially through the fish and chip shop trade.

NEWS: New food bank and family support centre launched at Erdington’s Magnet Centre coordinated by the Midlands Greek and Cypriot Association

Families struggling to cope during the pandemic are being offered a range of new services at Erdington’s Magnet Centre after a cash injection from the National Lottery.
A new food bank, online culinary classes, and a family support hub will open to help those in need next week –coordinated by the Midlands Greek and Cypriot Association, which own the centre.

NEWS: New food bank and family support centre launched at Erdington’s Magnet Centre

A new food bank, online culinary classes, and a family support hub will open to help those in need next week – coordinated by the Midlands Greek and Cypriot Association, which own the centre.

Due to the sharp rise of domestic violence across Erdington since the start of the lockdown, there will also be help on hand for those needing advice or just someone to talk to.