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a stadium where bullfights take place

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Stephanie Lacey, general manager at Bullring and Grand Central, said: "This new opening speaks volumes about the strength and quality of Bullring and Grand Central, and our ability to continue to attract the right shopper base.
Bullring's co-owner Hammerson confirmed that Ms Moore was no longer in the post but declined to elaborate further on the reasons behind her departure.
A shopper told the Mercury: "Police came whizzing past me and as soon as I got inside the Bullring I could see that something had happened.
He was questioned and released on police bail until August 13, with conditions of bail that he must not enter the Bullring shopping centre.
A statement from The Bullring said: "We can confirm that there was an incident at approximately 1.30pm this afternoon at Bullring.
The closure comes as Bullring's Pan Asian restaurant Chi Kitchen has also shut down less than two years after opening.
The staff are believed to work for the H&M store in the Bullring, which the victim didn't even enter.
The figure is equivalent to every Birmingham resident visiting Bullring at least once, and half making a return trip in launch week.
The locations were: The Bullring Bull, three selfie spots on St Martin's Walk allowing visitors to capture the beautiful St Martin's Church and the iconic Selfridges building.
THE Bullring has announced three new stores will be moving in to the shopping centre.
A MAN has survived plunging off a balcony at Birmingham's Bullring, where he landed just yards from a mum and her young children.
THOSE who regularly shop at Bullring often feel the pinch when it comes to paying for their parking.