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21 Dec 2020 - Elliott Brown
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Digbeth Custard Factory and Zellig festive lights

Every year you can see festive lights on Floodgate Street in Digbeth (although I think they are there all year round now). Plus at the Custard Factory on Gibb Street Christmas lights and Christmas trees go up every November and December. Popped into The Courtyard this year to find a bit more at Zellig. Comparisons between 2018 and 2020 mostly. In different weather conditions.

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Digbeth Custard Factory and Zellig festive lights





Every year you can see festive lights on Floodgate Street in Digbeth (although I think they are there all year round now). Plus at the Custard Factory on Gibb Street Christmas lights and Christmas trees go up every November and December. Popped into The Courtyard this year to find a bit more at Zellig. Comparisons between 2018 and 2020 mostly. In different weather conditions.


CUSTARD FACTORY AND ZELLIG

DURING THE  CHRISTMAS PERIOD

It's not just Southside, the Bullring, or the Retail area in the City Centre that gets decked out in Christmas lights and trees every November and December. Head down to Digbeth and the Custard Factory. There is lights on Floodgate Street that stretches from under the Bordesley Viaduct towards River Street. Plus the Christmas lights on Gibb Street as well as in The Courtyard at Zellig.

 

Floodgate Street

On the 15th December 2018 around 4:30pm, I was walking from Eastside (after checking out Ice Skate Birmingham at the time). Then headed towards Floodgate Street in atrocious weather. It was freezing, sleeting and raining. This was close to Little Ann Street.

dndimg alt="Floodgate St lights 2018" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Floodgate St lights Digbeth (Dec 2018) (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

The rain made interesting affects with the lights. Entrance to the Custard Factory over the River Rea bridge to the right.

dndimg alt="Floodgate St lights 2018" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Floodgate St lights Digbeth (Dec 2018) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

 

On the evening of the 12th December 2020. Approaching the lights on Floodgate Street in Digbeth under the Bordesley Viaduct. This was around 4:45pm, with the entrance to the Custard Factory on the right.

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The lights stretch past the Gent 48 street art on the left towards River Street. You can also see them from the bus in the evening on the Digbeth High Street, looking down Floodgate Street (just look left).

dndimg alt="Floodgate St lights" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Floodgate St Digbeth lights 12122020 (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Gibb Street

On the 15th December 2018 around 4:35pm on Gibb Street at the Custard Factory. Having crossed over the River Rea bridge and under the Bordesley Viaduct, it was still really cold and wet. But my first view of the Christmas lights on Gibb Street, despite the weather.

dndimg alt="Gibb St Christmas lights 2018" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Gibb St lights Custard Factory (Dec 2018) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

"Oh the weather outside was frightful ...". Yes, but not festive weather, heavy rain and sleet. Christmas trees on Gibb Street outside of Besoke Framing.

dndimg alt="Gibb St Christmas lights 2018" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Gibb St lights Custard Factory (Dec 2018) (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

More Christmas trees on Gibb Street. At the time was a giant wall painting of (the now late) Sir Sean Connery.

dndimg alt="Gibb St Christmas lights 2018" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Gibb St lights Custard Factory (Dec 2018) (4).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Heading to the end of Gibb Street near Clink. Zellig on the right. Was glad to get to the bus stop on High Street Deritend.

dndimg alt="Gibb St Christmas lights 2018" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Gibb St lights Custard Factory (Dec 2018) (5).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Much better weather on Gibb Street on the 12th December 2020, around 4:45pm. A lady and her daughter near the Christmas tree.

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A close up look at the main Gibb Street Christmas tree near the yellow rimmed pool.

dndimg alt="Gibb St Christmas lights 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Gibb St lights Custard Factory 12122020 (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

It looks so much better in dry weather. NHS blue heart on the left by Fokawolf. The Custard Factory Digbeth Reception on the right.

dndimg alt="Gibb St Christmas lights 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Gibb St lights Custard Factory 12122020 (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Another Christmas tree outside of The Old Library near the end of Gibb Street.

dndimg alt="Gibb St Christmas lights 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Gibb St lights Custard Factory 12122020 (4).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Zellig and The Courtyard

Pair of Christmas trees at the entrance to Zellig seen on the 6th December 2019 around 4:10pm. The first one near the Matrix sign.

dndimg alt="Zellig Xmas tree 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Xmas tree Zellig (Dec 2019) (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

The second one as you head into Zellig.

dndimg alt="Zellig Xmas tree 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Xmas tree Zellig (Dec 2019) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Was a couple more Christmas trees inside of Zellig, near the Reception and Shops sign.

dndimg alt="Zellig Christmas trees 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Zellig Custard Factory (Dec 2019).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

A quick look at The Courtyard at The Custard Factory. Entrance from Gibb Street. Seen on the 12th December 2020 around 4:45pm.

dndimg alt="The Courtyard" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/The Courtyard Custard Factory 12122020 (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

The Christmas lights in The Courtyard during Blue Hour. Towards the Factory Works, NO64 and Chance & Counters.

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There was a Christmas tree to the right of the giant lion sculpture.

dndimg alt="The Courtyard" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/The Courtyard Custard Factory 12122020 (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Photos taken by Elliott Brown. Can be found on Twitter: ellrbrown

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21 Dec 2020 - Elliott Brown
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Colmore BID Parklet art roadside

Back to the five Parklets again around the Colmore Business District. During December 2020, they had an artist paint the side facing the roadside. They can be found on Colmore Row and Barwick Street (Grand Hotel), two on Waterloo Street and the other one on Church Street (Hotel du Vin).

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Colmore BID Parklet art roadside





Back to the five Parklets again around the Colmore Business District. During December 2020, they had an artist paint the side facing the roadside. They can be found on Colmore Row and Barwick Street (Grand Hotel), two on Waterloo Street and the other one on Church Street (Hotel du Vin).


Click this link for the original Colmore BID Parklet post.

 

All five of the Parklets around the Colmore Business District are still there as of December 2020. And to brighten things up, they have commissioned artwork to be on all five of them. As you will see below.

 

Colmore Row

Pigeons in front of the Grand Hotel Birmingham and opposite the Pigeon Park aka Cathedral Square (home of Birmingham Cathedral aka St Philip's Cathedral).

dndimg alt="Colmore Row Parklet" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Pigeon Parklet Colmore Row 08122020.jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Barwick Street

A mixtures of oranges, blues, greens and whites to the back of the Grand Hotel near Primitivo Bar & Eatery. To the right of Barclays Bank.

dndimg alt="Colmore Parklet" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Colmore Parklet art 11122020 (4).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Church Street

In front of the Hotel du Vin. With a flowery design in yellows, blues, blacks and oranges. Also some hands / gloves.

dndimg alt="Colmore Parklet" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Colmore Parklet art 11122020 (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Waterloo Street

Outside of Theatrix and opposite Victoria Square. Green leaves with some birds.

dndimg alt="Colmore Parklet" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Colmore Parklet art 11122020 (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Outside of Christchurch House and Brook Street is this abstract art in oranges, blues, greens and whites.

dndimg alt="Colmore Parklet" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Colmore Parklet art 11122020 (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Photos taken by Elliott Brown. Can be found on Twitter: ellrbrown.

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16 Dec 2020 - Elliott Brown
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The Lucy McLauchlan Birmingham street art trail

Go on this street art trail around Birmingham of the street art of Lucy McLauchlan aka Beat 13. One piece is in Moseley Park, while the rest can be seen in Birmingham City Centre. Mostly in Digbeth and Eastside. A recent piece went up on Smallbrook Queensway on the hoardings of of what was Superfi. The 48Sheets billboard was there for a short time back in 2012, so is no longer there.

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The Lucy McLauchlan Birmingham street art trail





Go on this street art trail around Birmingham of the street art of Lucy McLauchlan aka Beat 13. One piece is in Moseley Park, while the rest can be seen in Birmingham City Centre. Mostly in Digbeth and Eastside. A recent piece went up on Smallbrook Queensway on the hoardings of of what was Superfi. The 48Sheets billboard was there for a short time back in 2012, so is no longer there.


LUCY MCLAUCHLAN aka BEAT 13

For the first Lucy McLauchlan post click here for Todo es Posible (2010-16).

Lucy's unique monochrome street art is in greys, blacks and whites and is in an abstract style. She has painted all around Digbeth. One piece is now in Eastside. More recently she has done a piece on Smallbrook Queensway in Southside.

 

Moseley

Location: Moseley Park & Pool, Moseley, B13 8DD.

Boathouse by Beat 13 (Lucy McLauchlan), 2016

Seen during a visit to Moseley Park during Birmingham Heritage Week. Usually you need a key to enter this park.

Date found: September 2016.

dndimg alt="Moseley Park Lucy" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Moseley Park Lucy McLauchlan (Sept 2016) (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Moseley Park Lucy" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Moseley Park Lucy McLauchlan (Sept 2016) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Digbeth

Location: Shaw's Passage, Digbeth, B5 5JG. Opposite Original Patty Men and below Birmingham Moor Street Station.

Shaw's Passage Car Park by Beat 13 (Lucy McLauchlan), 2015

In the five years since, this large car park mural has faded quite a bit. The surface where the cars are parked is the remains of a demolished building, so it is uneven to walk on. Shaw's Passage is between Park Street and Allison Street in Digbeth.

Date found: January 2015.

dndimg alt="Shaw's Passage, Lucy" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Shaws Passage Digbeth Lucy McLaughlan (Jan 2015).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Location: Grand Union Canal (Digbeth Branch) near Warwick Bar, at Proof House Junction, B5 5RH.

Proof House Junction Bridge by Beat 13 (Lucy McLauchlan), 2018 

This is under the Proof House Junction Bridge No 96 and the Proof House Railway Bridge (Disused). It is where the end of the Digbeth Branch Canal joins the Grand Union Canal (formerly part of the Warwick & Birmingham Canal).

Date found: February 2018.

dndimg alt="Grand Union Lucy" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Grand Union Digbeth Lucy McLauchlan (Feb 2018) (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Grand Union Lucy" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Grand Union Digbeth Lucy McLauchlan (Feb 2018) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Eastside

Location: Belmont Row, Eastside. Near the Digbeth Branch Canal on the Lock Keepers Cottage. 7 Belmont Row, B4 7RQ. Close to the Birmingham City University Eastside Campus and Gopsal Street.

Lock Keepers Cottage by Beat 13 (Lucy McLauchlan), 2020.

It is close to the Digbeth Branch Canal at the Belmont Row Bridge and Ashted Lock No 3.

Date found: January 2020

dndimg alt="Belmont Row Lucy" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Belmont Row Eastside Lucy McLauchlan (Jan 2020) (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Belmont Row Lucy" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Belmont Row Eastside Lucy McLauchlan (Jan 2020) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Southside

Location: Pershore Street in Southside near Upper Dean Street. Near the Travelodge. Now the site of Tru Birmingham Student Accommodation, B5 4RW.

48Sheet: Cut Down Tree by Beat 13 (Lucy McLauchlan), 2012.

Back in 2012, various street artists were given the opportunity to put up their street art on billboards around the City Centre, such as this one owned by ClearChannel. This art was only there for a short time, and the billboard is no longer there.

Date found: April 2012.

dndimg alt="48Sheet Lucy" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/48Sheet Pershore St Lucy McLauchan (Apr 2012).JPG" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Location: Superfi, Smallbrook Queensway. Not far from Snobs at B5 4HX.

Superfi by Beat 13 (Lucy McLauchlan), 2020.

One of the many hoardings on Smallbrook Queensway with street art. Most of it down here by the legend that is Gent 48 and recently one by Annatomix.

Date found: August 2020.

dndimg alt="Lucy Smallbrook Queensway" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Superfi Smallbrook Qway Lucy McLauchlan (Aug 2020).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Date found: November 2020

dndimg alt="Lucy Smallbrook Queensway" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Superfi Smallbrook Qway Lucy McLauchlan (Nov 2020).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Street art by Lucy McLauchlan. Click the link on the left to visit her website.

Photos taken by Elliott Brown. Can be found on Twitter: ellrbrown

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Bullring Christmas Lights: Then and Now

Over the last decade or so, the Christmas Lights at the Bullring outside have changed quiet a bit like the rest of the City Centre. Here we will look at the lights without any market on after dark. During the 2nd lockdown of November 2020, it was pretty quiet down St Martin's Walk and into St Martin's Square. Might be a bit different now under Tier 3 restrictions.

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Bullring Christmas Lights: Then and Now





Over the last decade or so, the Christmas Lights at the Bullring outside have changed quiet a bit like the rest of the City Centre. Here we will look at the lights without any market on after dark. During the 2nd lockdown of November 2020, it was pretty quiet down St Martin's Walk and into St Martin's Square. Might be a bit different now under Tier 3 restrictions.


There has been a few changes to the Christmas lights and Christmas trees at the Bullring over the years. Compare St Martin's Square from 2013 to 2020. And St Martin's Walk from 2010 to 2020. If you want to see more photos from the Bullring over the years, the links to the posts is at the bottom of this post.

 

St Martin's Square

Then: December 2013. A real Christmas Tree lit up. Also red lights as all the shops and restaurants were open.

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A close up of the Bullring Christmas Tree 2013.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Square" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Dec 2013) (1).JPG" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Now: November 2020. During the 2nd Lockdown. The reused artificial Christmas tree. Lights behind turned off as non essential retail was closed. Not many people around.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Square" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Nov 2020) (7).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

The Bullring Christmas Tree 2020 seen from the balcony looking towards St Martin's Church.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Square" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Nov 2020) (5).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

At the top was this Christmas circle, which was quite close to one of the clocks of St Martin's Church.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Square" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Nov 2020) (6).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

St Martin's Walk

 

Then: December 2010. Blue and white Christmas lights between the West and East Malls, with Next on the left.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Walk" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Dec 2010) (1).JPG" style="width: 100%;" />

The view from the bottom in front of the Statue of Nelson towards the Rotunda.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Walk" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Dec 2010) (2).JPG" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Now: November 2020. Early evening with some rain heading down St Martin's Walk. These white and yellow Christmas lights have been used at the Bullring for several years now.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Walk" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Nov 2020) (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

They looks the same as before, apart from there wasn't any Christmas market stalls during the 2nd lockdown period.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Walk" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Nov 2020) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

The view from the Nelson statue up towards the Rotunda. That was either the moon above, plus bright yellow lights from the Christmas lights on the ramped path.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Walk" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Nov 2020) (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

The view to the left of the Nelson statue. Reminds me a bit of the Festival of Light from January 2020.

dndimg alt="St Martin's Walk" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Christmas (Nov 2020) (4).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Click this link for the previous Bullring Christmas lights post. Covering 2015 to 2019.

Click here for the Festival of Light post of January 2020.

 

Photos taken by Elliott Brown. Can be found on Twitter: ellrbrown

 

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The Bullring Bull's many outfits during 2020 (plus the best of the rest from 2019)

While the pandemic and lockdowns meant the Bullring Bull didn't have as many outfits as in previous years, it didn't stop the costume designer at the Bullring from giving him an outfit. From Chinese New Year to St Patricks Day. From Back to School to Christmas, and some others in between.

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The Bullring Bull's many outfits during 2020 (plus the best of the rest from 2019)





While the pandemic and lockdowns meant the Bullring Bull didn't have as many outfits as in previous years, it didn't stop the costume designer at the Bullring from giving him an outfit. From Chinese New Year to St Patricks Day. From Back to School to Christmas, and some others in between.


Not as many outfits on the world famous Bullring Bull in 2020 due to the Pandemic and the two lockdowns. Plus the tier system. But there has been a few, a couple before the first lockdown. And several outfits when restrictions were eased. Plus one in time for Christmas. Plus a look back at the other 2019 outfits after my original May 2019 post on the Bullring Bull. Enjoy!

 

January 2020

It was Chinese New Year, and it was the Year of the Rat. Little did we know that a few months later a pandemic would be declared and we would enter lockdown.

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dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Chinese NY 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/CNY of the Rat Bullring bull (Jan 20) (1).JPG" style="width: 100%;" />

 

March 2020

Dressed up for St Patrick's Day, but the Annual St Patrick's Day Parade was sadly cancelled, and has yet to be rearranged. As many other events at the time got cancelled. Then at the end of the month we entered a long period of lockdown.

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull St Patricks 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/St Paddys Dat Bullring Bull (March 2020) (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull St Patricks 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/St Paddys Dat Bullring Bull (March 2020) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull St Patricks 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/St Paddys Dat Bullring Bull (March 2020) (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

August 2020

The first lockdown was pretty much over by the summer as restrictions were being eased. And the Bull got it's first outfit in around 5 months, just in time for kids to go Back to School. As they hadn't been at school since the lockdown in March.

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Back to School 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Back to School Bullring Bull (Aug 2020) (4).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

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dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Back to School 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Back to School Bullring Bull (Aug 2020) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

October 2020

Bit of a controversial outfit here. With a pink bra and knickers, but the bull is male not female! It was for Breast Cancer Awareness.

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull pink 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Pink Bullring Bull 03102020 (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull pink 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Pink Bullring Bull 03102020 (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull pink 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Pink Bullring Bull 03102020 (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

December 2020

Ending the year of the pandemic and lockdowns with Christmas pyjamas with penguins on them. And a Christmas hat.

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Christmas 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Bull Xmas PJs 07122020 (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Christmas 2020" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Bull Xmas PJs 07122020 (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

 

Previous post here Bullring Bull outfits. Which takes you to about May 2019.

 

In June 2019, the Bullring Bull was dressed up for the Cricket World Cup 2019.

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Cricket 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/CWC19 Birmingham Bullring Bull.jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Back in August 2019 for the launch of Peaky Blinders series 5. It might be a long wait for series 6 due to delays caused by the pandemic in 2020.

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Peaky 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Bull Peaky Blinders S5 (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Peaky 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Bull Peaky Blinders S5 (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Peaky 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Bullring Bull Peaky Blinders S5 (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

By October 2019, the Bullring Bull was ready for Halloween dressed as a skeleton!

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Halloween 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Halloween Bull (Oct 2019).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Poppy Day at the Bulling during early November 2019. Soldiers collecting for the Poppy Appeal.

dndimg alt="Bullring Bull Poppy 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Poppy Bullring Bull (Nov 2019).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

 

Near the end of November 2019, the Bull was dressed up a Pantomime dame as it was soon to be Panto season at the Birmingham Hippodrome again!

dndimg alt="Panto Bull 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Panto Bull (Nov 2019) (3).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Panto Bull 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Panto Bull (Nov 2019) (2).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

dndimg alt="Panto Bull 2019" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/Panto Bull (Nov 2019) (1).jpg" style="width: 100%;" />

Photos taken by Elliott Brown. Can be found on Twitter: ellrbrown

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