West Midlands Police issue a statement.
If you are on campus over the Christmas holiday, find out what's on at the Chaplaincy.
Cheerio to our Coordinator....
We will be saying goodbye to Angela, our Chaplaincy Coordinator, at the end of the year. Whilst this is incredibly sad for us, as Angela is such a brilliant team member, we are absolutely delighted for her, that she is following her heart and going back into teaching. We know she will be such an enormous gift to the children she will teach, just as she has been such a gift to us all at the Chaplaincy. Our last Café Fribble of the term, Thursday 6th December, will be a special one where we can send Angela off with our blessing. Do come along and join us if you can.
On this centenary of the end of World War One, Rattan Bhamrah from the Sikh Society reflected with nearly 100 people gathered for an act of remembrance on the piazza, on the experiences of soldiers who fought, from across the commonwealth.
Remembrance and Reconciliation Service
Due to planned refurbishment, access to the facilities in the Prayer Hall will be disrupted.
Sunday 6th - Friday 11th May 2018
Midweek Communion for the Anglican and Free Church communities will be starting again this week, Wednesday 7th September at 1pm in the Chaplaincy's Chapel