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Coffee Competition26 September 2012

We're running a competition to support Coffee Brum Day - organised by Birmingham's independent coffee retailers.  We're giving away a six-month Coffee Connoisseurs subscription from the company that supplies all of our coffee to the Rotunda - Urban Coffee Co.

Every month for six months, the lucky winner will receive by post 2 x 125g hand-picked coffees, expert tasting notes, coffee preparation guides and online Connoisseur Academy access.

You can enter by clicking the image below. The competition is running on Facebook and closes at 1pm on Friday, October 5th.

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Urban Coffee subscription

Supersonic Festival25 September 2012

Supersonic Festival is celebrating its 10th year of bringing adventurous music to Birmingham in 2012. It's back from October 19-21.

Supersonic is a combination of art, music and film and the team behind it  - Capsule - pride themselves on crafting extraordinary events for the adventurous. You can listen to funeral doom, prog, folk, avant jazz and grindcore in one weekend.

http://www.supersonicfestival.com

It's another brilliant example of the depth and breadth of culture on offer in Britain's second city.

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Supersonic

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