Four new appointments complete Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Board

The latest meeting of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee board took place earlier today (21 January 2019) and four new members were welcomed by Chair of the Board, John Crabtree. Non-Executive Directors, Ellie Simmonds OBE, Lyndsey Jackson and Nick Timothy have all been appointed to the board by Jeremy Wright, Secretary of State…

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Hundreds attend business briefing for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

More than 500 people from local businesses attended a Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games briefing at the ICC today (27 November), to hear about how they could benefit from the largest sporting and cultural event ever to be held in the West Midlands region. The event, which was hosted by Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth triple…

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Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Board meet for the first time

Preparations for Birmingham’s largest ever sport and cultural event are gathering pace following the first meeting of the newly-appointed Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee Board. John Crabtree, Chair of the Organising Committee, welcomed the new board members, who will together oversee the planning and staging of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, to be held…

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Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games opens first wave of recruitment

The first wave of job opportunities for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will go live today, 24 August, offering committed and talented jobseekers the chance to be part of history and contribute their passion and skills to Birmingham’s largest ever cultural and sporting event. The jobs advertised include operational and management roles in Finance, HR…

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Commonwealth Games Village planning application submitted

Birmingham’s plans to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games stepped up another gear today with the submission of the formal Planning Application for the residential element of the Village, which would be home to the participants in four years’ time. The Commonwealth Games Village, proposed to be built on the site of the former Birmingham City…

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