• The Awards

    The 2015 Birmingham Awards Dinner will take place at Edgbaston Stadium on Friday 27th November 2015.  The Birmingham Awards will be recognising people and businesses that have been part of the movement in Birmingham’s future.

  •  Our Vision

    There is much to celebrate in Birmingham. We believe that the people of our city deserve recognition, that the passion, drive and ingenuity of the individuals and industries in Britain’s second city have made Brum an international giant. Read More

  •  LoveBrum

    We have partnered up with the charity LoveBrum. LoveBrum is not your ordinary charity. It strives to make Birmingham a better place by financially helping those people, organisations and projects that lack funding to make Birmingham better.  Visit LoveBrum website

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    Get Your Tickets Now

    Don’t forget to purchase your tickets for this year’s Birmingham Awards, the auspicious ceremony aimed at celebrating all things Birmingham is back due to popular demand. Click here too book your tickets Continuing on from last year, Birmingham Awards will once again be highlighting the great work done by the people of the city. The […]

  • LoveBrum

    Charity Partner Announced

    LoveBrum announced as a charity partner for Birmingham Awards for a second year We at Birmingham Awards are proud to announce LoveBrum as our esteemed charity partner. LoveBrum is a registered charity that supports hidden gem projects across Birmingham that are often volunteer-led and that deliver real change, with outcomes that can be seen, measured, enjoyed, […]

Mission Statement

“Celebrating the achievements of the city’s people – the beating heart of Birmingham”

Mission Statement
  • Ambassadors

    • Famous Brummies

      • Moeen Ali – Cricketer
      • Ozzy Osbourne – Singer/Songwriter
      • Jasper Carrott – Comedian/Actor
      • J.R.R Tolkien – Author
      • Daniel Sturridge – Footballer
      • Sir Peter Rigby – Entrepreneur
      • UB40
    • Brummie Facts

      • Youngest population in Europe
      • More miles of canal then Venice
      • Over 8,000 acres of parks and open space
      • £98 billion regional economy
      • Home to 32,750 companies including almost 700 international firms
      • Air, road and rail connections provide access to 400 million people across Europe

    Hosts Dan Kelly & Raaj Shamji


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