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News from May 2012

DEJA VU - OR IS IT NEW ?

Michael Allchin, Chief Executive and Assay Master at The Birmingham Assay Office gave a wonderful keynote presentation at the Annual General Meeting of the British Allied Trades Federation which took place at the Botanical Gardens in Birmingham. Michael enchanted his audience as he reflected on the 125 year history of one of the founding trade associations that make up the BATF - The British Jewellers' Association, which started life as the Birmingham Jewellers and Silversmiths Association.…

By admin | May 31st, 2012
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AFTERNOON TEA FOR THE DIAMOND JUBILEE

  Staff at The Birmingham Assay Office celebrated the Queens Diamond Jubilee yesterday with an Afternoon Tea Party. Staff gather in the social room for tea, coffee and lots of CAKE!!! There was plenty of bunting, festive music and some got into the spirit by dressing in red, white and blue for the occasion. It was a delightful afternoon. The Queen even dropped by to present our cake competition winners with a prize. Jan Steventon (left) and Anna Machin (right) came joi…

By admin | May 31st, 2012
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SUCCESSFUL BID VOTE SECURES SHINING FUTURE FOR BIRMINGHAM JEWELLERY QUARTER

  The Birmingham Jewellery Quarter’s business community gave a firm thumbs up to the proposals for its own Business Improvement District (BID) after a large number of people voted in favour of the initiative. A BID is defined as a precise geographical area within which businesses invest collectively in local improvements and additional services. Over 600 local businesses were asked to vote to support the initiative, which will see companies with premises with a rateable value of £10,…

By admin | May 29th, 2012
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SUCCESSFUL BID VOTES FOR BIRMINGHAM'S JEWELLERY QUARTER

Successful BID vote secures shining future for Jewellery Quarter The Jewellery Quarter’s business community gave a firm thumbs up to the proposals for its own Business Improvement District (BID) today (Friday), after a large number of people voted in favour of the initiative. A BID is defined as a precise geographical area within which businesses invest collectively in local improvements and additional services. Over 600 local businesses were asked to vote to support the initiative…

By admin | May 25th, 2012
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