Think Sandwell publishes a profile of a different Sandwell organisation almost every Monday, giving readers an engaging overview of what that organisation does and where its products or services are used.
#MadeInSandwell Monday is a celebration of the talent and diversity of businesses and organisations in our borough. You don’t need to actually ‘make’ things – we just want to know about all the success that’s made in Sandwell.
Each profile is shared through Twitter, so taking part is a great way to promote your business.
All we need you to do is complete our #MadeInSandwell Monday questionnaire and email it back to us with a few high-quality images. We’ll take it from there!
#MadeInSandwell Monday stars of 2022 so far:
Monday 4 July
Birmingham 2022 celebrations #MadeInSandwell. The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Festival will be hosted at Sandwell Valley show ground from 28 July to 8 August.
Monday 13 June
Public spaces #MadeInSandwell: Wednesbury town centre improvements on track. The first phase of works by the Wednesbury High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) to improve public spaces in Wednesbury town centre is on track to be completed by the end of July 2022.
Monday 16 May
History to be #MadeInSandwell when the Queen’s Baton Relay visits the borough. The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay will visit Sandwell on Monday 25 July during its final journey through England this summer.
Monday 6 May
Celebrate everything #MadeInSmethwick. Smethwick is holding a festival of free, family-friendly events this summer, with a focus on its fascinating heritage.
Monday 4 April
Regeneration policies #MadeInSandwell will bring £1.8bn of investment to the borough. Sandwell Council has approved corporate regeneration policies for 2022 to 2027 to create a healthier, wealthier and more sustainable Sandwell.
Monday 28 March
Family-run business serving great food #MadeInSandwell. Diane’s bakery and deli is owned and operated by two generations of the same family and has a 30-year history of serving great food to the local community.
Monday 21 March
Congratulations to six apprentices #MadeInSandwell! They joined OnSite in September 2021 and since then they have gone through rigorous training and made great progress in their chosen career paths.
Monday 28 February
Shining a light on arts, sport and culture #MadeInSandwell. Sandwell residents are being encouraged to get involved in a new festival showcasing the best of the borough in the run up to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Monday 14 February
It’s five years this week since we published our very first #MadeInSandwell story and we’re still celebrating all the amazing and diverse organisations and people that make our borough great.
Monday 7 February
Celebrating almost five years of #MadeInSandwell Monday! We are always looking for more Sandwell organisations to write about. Find out more.
Monday 10 January
Nominate your favourite local landmarks for the Black Country Heritage list.