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28 May 2020 - FreeTimePays
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Lockdown Photography Competition with UB40

With so many entries, this competition with great support from UB40 has proved to be a huge success. Final entries need to be in by 31st May 2020.  So whatever has been your experience and greatest memory of the lockdown, send your photography via www.CreativesWeAre.com 

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28 May 2020 - FreeTimePays
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New Covid-19 mural in Digbeth by Gent48

See how a great idea by charity campaigner Paul Cadman quickly turned into a great piece of art by talented street artist Gent48 right in the centre of Digbeth. 

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New Covid-19 mural in Digbeth by Gent48





See how a great idea by charity campaigner Paul Cadman quickly turned into a great piece of art by talented street artist Gent48 right in the centre of Digbeth. 


Paul Cadman, who many people will know as an active campaigner for charities across Birmingham, ihas been the inspiration behind the latest piece of street art in Digbeth completed by renowned artist Gent48.

Paul was inspired by an image of a nurse giving the finger to Covid. He was looking for a positive image as opposed to the bad news going out every day.

Paul contacted the renowned artist Gent48 with the proposition of creating a huge mural on the wall of a building in Digbeth.

Gent48 came up with a vibrant message that could be Birmingham's own. Norton's Bar provided the wonderful back drop.

Follow the commission here and how things developed.  Photography by Digbeth photographer Mac McCreery, amongst others.

The street art has already become a major attraction in Digbeth.  

Go see for yourself at Norton's Bar in Digbeth on Meriden Street, Birmingham. B5 5LS

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20 Feb 2020 - Stephen Giles
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The refurbishment of Three Centenary Square (UOB) - February 2020

Steel structure is visible at the back of the old Municipal Bank Building which is now Three Centenary Square at Arena Central and owned by the University of Birmingham. More photos can be found in the full article.

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The refurbishment of Three Centenary Square (UOB) - February 2020





Steel structure is visible at the back of the old Municipal Bank Building which is now Three Centenary Square at Arena Central and owned by the University of Birmingham. More photos can be found in the full article.


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