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Donation makes a beeline for Sutton

The Stella Artois Bar at LG Arena L-R Guy Dunstan and Joby Mortimer

Big beer for the NEC Group I

nBev UK Limited, the UK trading arm of leading global brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev, is now the official beer partner for The NEC Group, which includes the LG Arena, The National Indoor Arena, The National Exhibition Centre and The International Convention Centre. Anheuser-Busch InBev is brewer of global brands

Stella Artois, Budweiser and Beck’s. An exclusive Stella Artois Bar that opened in

September was created at the LG Arena to welcome the partnership. The deal also means InBev UK’s beers including Stella Artois, Budweiser, Beck’s and Boddingtons will be available to the four million annual visitors who attend events, conferences and exhibitions at the NEC Group’s venues.

LEASE - Professional Seminar The Stella Artois Bar will be the main attraction in

forumLIVE, the pre- and post-show entertainment zone at the LG Arena, one of Europe’s busiest live entertainment venues. It complements a range of established facilities such as restaurants, further bars, digital screens and music – plus the innovative fast pour pumps. The Stella Artois bar will complete the

transformation of the LG Arena into a 21st-century entertainment experience following its £29million redevelopment and re-launch at the end of 2009. Guy Dunstan, general manger the NEC Group’s

Arenas, said: “Stella Artois is a household name and Anheuser-Busch InBev one of the world’s biggest brewers, so it’s great that they have seen the marketing potential associated with the LG Arena and The NIA.”

Gardeners and young people will soon be buzzing in Sutton Coldfield – thanks to a £3,500 donation by Service Birmingham’s staff benefit scheme to create a colony of bees at the Sunnybank Allotments. The 100-plot allotment has Boldmere Junior and Infant School, Sutton Coldfield Girls School and the 21st West Scout and Cub Group as members, meaning the apiary will provide a valuable learning resource for many young people. Welcoming the grant, chairman

of the staff benefit scheme and Councillor for Sutton Vesey, Alan Rudge said: “Bee keeping can be an expensive hobby but this donation from the staff benefit scheme will allow hundreds of local people from the community to experience it for free.” Service Birmingham, the joint

venture between Capita and Birmingham City Council, uses five per cent of its profits from its staff benefit scheme, which helps promote employee volunteering or finances small grants to charitable causes. The donation will fund bee suits

for working with the bees and a secure container for equipment.

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