More Birmingham heritage courtesy of BMAG with a visit to the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter and the abandoned Smith and Pepper Factory.
In the heart of the… 1,036 more words
Spotted this cool little church plonked in the middle of the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham whilst on a work visit.
It seemed happy in it’s little courtyard, even amidst the Spring showers.
This weekend I’ve been in Birmingham celebrating my sister’s 21st birthday. One of my gifts, a really beautiful, inscribed copy of Peter Pan, made her cry, and we also had an excellent night out, so all in all it was a successful weekend in terms of feels and heels. 215 more words
Now spring is here and the sun is out…! I am continuing to examine my jewellery practice and the love affair with my creativity.
Whilst currently I am working full time in my day job I am lucky to be a Senior Technician at… 253 more words
A winter’s walk through St Paul’s Square…
‘The Jewellers Church’
St Paul’s Church in the Jewellery Quarter is apparently the last remaining Georgian Church (not including St Philips Cathedral) sitting in the middle of the only surviving Georgian Square in the city… so it seems it is definitely a pretty important piece of local history! 206 more words