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Who we are...

Our Translation and Interpreting Service has been in operation for over 25 years.

During this time we have been providing Birmingham and the wider community with high quality translation and interpreting services in 110 languages. In this time we have developed a great knowledge of the city's diverse community and its ever-changing language needs.

As a team we have a wealth of knowledge, built up over the years, enabling us to offer advice and understand your individual needs. Our clients include local businesses, schools, legal service providers and members of the public as well as Birmingham City Council Departments.

We are part of the Brasshouse Languages organisation known locally and internationally for its language provision, we have the unique advantage of having native speakers of 30 languages on hand to offer additional language support.

What we do...


All of our translations are carried out by qualified, professional translators and are treated with absolute confidentiality. We take pride in the presentation and quality of each translation returned to you and meeting your deadline is as important to us as it is to you. All of our translation work is covered by professional indemnity insurance.

We provide translations of letters, brochures, legal documents, contracts and instruction manuals and our certified translations meet the UKBA requirements for UK visa applications. In addition, we are able to provide notarised translations of personal documents such as birth, marriage and death certificates for use overseas.


We have an ever-expanding database of over 800 qualified and experienced freelance interpreters providing professional liaison, consecutive, whispering or simultaneous interpreting services depending on the situation the interpreter is needed for. Our interpreting service is quick, responsive and reliable and we are usually able to meet urgent requests particularly where safeguarding is paramount.

Accessible Information

Under the Equality Act 2010, employers and providers of services are required to ensure that their information and services are equally available to people with disabilities. Our team can offer you advice on how to achieve your legal obligation. Contact us to find out more.

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