It would be nice to see some of these #Bears in my home town of #Bearwood……#KeithBracey the #BrummieBard
via April for Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Best of Birmingham get their paws on The Big Sleuth
Don’t miss out if your company wants to get involved
Businesses from every sector across Birmingham have united in support of this summer’s big free art event – The Big Sleuth.
From travel and hospitality to education and professional services, the best of Birmingham has pledged its support for the highly-anticipated sequel to The Big Hoot, which attracted more than 800,000 visitors in 2015 and raised over £625,000 in total for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.
Companies such as London Midland, Millennium Point, Birmingham Airport, the SEA LIFE Centre, the Mailbox and The Schools of King Edward VI have all signed up to The Big Sleuth – so named because the collective noun for a group of bears is a sleuth – to allow up to 100 individually designed…
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