Lois and AJ were delighted to travel on the last ever journey made by one of the Metro’s original trams. TNT travelled from Snow Hill to the Wednesbury depot and found out about the replacement trams.
An enterprising young Birmingham born businessman has set up his own coffee shop in a telephone box! Yes, that’s right, in a telephone box! It is located in Eden Place which is off Colmore Row right next door to the Council House in Victoria Square. Amari went to meet Jake, who runs the smallest coffee […]
After 15 years of hard work the Coffin Works museum on Fleet Street has finally opened. TNT News spoke to people who attended the official opening.
Brindleyplace held its annual Chilli eating competition… The chillis got hotter and hotter and contestants dropped out. Lou Witterick, the last survivor was crowned Chiili Queen 2014.
Birmingham’s latest and most unusual tourist attraction, the Coffin Works, is almost ready to open. TNT went along to help the team to add the finishing touches to the displays. You can find more information here about the Coffin Works.
Wheelie bins are coming to Hall Green, Hodge Hill and Yardley districts in the autumn on 2014. TNT News Team produced a video telling you all you need to know about the bins – and how to use them. For more information please visit www.birmingham.gov.uk/wheeliebins
The Wonderful World of Trains & Planes is a new tourist attraction in the Jewellery Quarter. Peter Smith is the man who set it up and Declan and Shannon went to meet him. They even helped to set up some of the exhibitions and displays!
The mother of murdered Ladywood school girl Christina Edkins has unveiled a knife amnesty bin at Five Ways.
If you’ve been in the city centre recently I’m sure you’ve noticed the major roadworks along Corporation Street. The work is in connection with the Metro tram extension from Snow Hill to New Street Station. Hannah has been to see what is happening and take a peek into the future.
The Queen’s Relay Baton passed through Birmingham on its way to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. TNT News caught up with former swimming champion Adam Ruckwood, the man who carried the baton, and we also spoke to the Lord Mayor of Birmingham.