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Brian Johnson with an MG TC

AC/DC's Brian Johnson pays television tribute to MG

The singer and self-confessed car fanatic made his television presenting debut with Quest TV’s Cars That Rock and the success of the show has seen him return for a second series

Next phase of Beorma Quarter to be lodged this year

Designs are being finalised by developer Salhia for second element as final touches are put to phase one which contains Adagio Hotel and innovation centre

City of Colours festival launches Kickstarter campaign

Birmingham street art by Gent48
Team behind popular street art event is hoping to raise £15,000 to put towards running costs of festival in Digbeth which last year attracted 9,000 people

Drayton Manor recruits Rees Bradley Hepburn for summer campaign

Rees Bradley Hepburn will help Drayton Manor Theme Park attract visitors over key holiday periods
Agency will lead creative campaigns for radio, TV and video on demand to target summer, Halloween and Christmas holiday periods

New book reveals how son of George Cadbury grew the chocolate empire

Laurence Cadbury in his car 'The Beetle' which he took with him to Belgium and Northern France whilst serving with the Quaker-founded Friends Ambulance Unit during the First World War.
A book has revealed new insights and never before seen images of Laurence Cadbury, the son of philanthropist George Cadbury, founder of the Bournville Village Trust.
Vines at Halfpenny Green Vineyard, Stourbridge, one of many vineyards in the Midlands

Festival of English wine coming to Birmingham

English Wine Takeover is the first dedicated domestic wine event to take place in the Midlands and aims to increase awareness of a fast-growing industry

Historic Jewellery Quarter pub revealed as scaffolding comes down

George and Dragon looks a lot better as restoration of the former M&B pub continues
After eight years of being hidden behind a wall of metal the George and Dragon starts to take shape ahead of new life as a café and apartments

Midland chef escapes Nepal quake tragedy by few minutes

Family's relief as ex-Shimla Pinks cook just misses landslide in disaster that killed 7,500
Laurence Cadbury in his car 'The Beetle' which he took with him to Belgium and Northern France whilst serving with the Quaker-founded Friends Ambulance Unit during the First World War.

New book reveals how son of George Cadbury grew the chocolate empire

A book has revealed new insights and never before seen images of Laurence Cadbury, the son of philanthropist George Cadbury, founder of the Bournville Village Trust.

Nicklin Unseen: How photos from yesteryear compare with today

Harborne High Street in 1961 - one of many scenes captured by Phyllis Nicklin
The Post takes a look at how the city appears today compared with the era of the 1950s and 60s captured by Phyllis Nicklin

High society, sex scandals and a wicked lesson from history

Satirical picture of Lord Lyttelton of Hagley Hall and Lady Abergavenny, who was another famed 'sinner' of the Georgian era.
Georgian aristocrat led the sort of life to make the cast of Downton Abbey blush, books reveals
One of the lots at the biggest Bonhams sale to date at Aston Martin Works

Bonhams' annual Aston Martin Sale is a record-breaker

The yearly auction takes place at Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, the historic home of the car-maker

West Bromwich pub honours heritage of Jensen Interceptor

A 1970 Jensen Interceptor car parked outside 'The Interceptor' pub in West Bromwich which has been named after it
‘The Interceptor’, located in the New Square shopping centre, is part of Greene King’s Hungry Horse pub chain and has created around 40 jobs.

Former DeLorean director helps organise first ever reunion for car-maker

One of the DeLorean gold cars
The original DeLorean Motor Company (DMC) was formed by automobile industry executive John DeLorean in 1975
Minsterley Hall in Minsterley, Shrewsbury

Stunning Shropshire hall's an early example of upcycling

History is being kept alive in a Tudor house built from parts of a castle

Grade II listed Tudor Cottage dates back several hundred years

Tudor Cottage in Lunnon Lane, Rushock, near Droitwich.
This pretty, timber-framed cottage sits on an ancient 'commuter route' to the capital

Refurbishment leaves Warwickshire home good as new

Red Roofs in Bates Lane, Tanworth-in-Arden, Warwickshire.
A refurbishment has had stunning results in this five-bedroom Warwickshire home

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Minsterley Hall in Minsterley, Shrewsbury

Stunning Shropshire hall's an early example of upcycling

Adagio Hotel in the Beorma Quarter nears completion

Next phase of Beorma Quarter to be lodged this year

Birmingham street art by Gent48

City of Colours festival launches Kickstarter campaign

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