JUST when it looked like Karl Loxleyamp;#039;s dreams of fame on The Voice were over, music legend Sir Tom Jones stepped in to offer him a lifeline.
THE RAIL line between Leamington and Banbury is set to re-open next week.
A PUBLIC consultation on plans to extend Touchwood is to take place at Solihull Arts Complex - beginning tomorrow (Friday).
Missed opportunities and key dates of Ian Patersonamp;#039;s time at Spire Parkway and Little Aston hospitals as highlighted by the Verita report: December 2007/January 2008: The chief executive of HEFT writes to Ruth Paulin, hospital director at ...
WE WANT JUSTICE.
THE ARCHBISHOP of Canterbury visited Valley Primary School in Solihull on Monday, February 23, as part of a three-day tour of the West Midlands.
VIOLINIST Helena Logahamp;#039;s dream came true when she was selected to join the San Diego Youth Symphony this summer.
POLICE have issued an urgent appeal for help to trace an unemployed solicitor who went missing after a job interview.
NEW SIGNS are set to be put up across Solihull Hospital to explain what emergency services are on offer to patients.
As the clock ticks down on the last year of production of the Land Rover Defender, Enda Mullen visits the production line in Solihull...
THE NATIONAL Homebuilding amp;amp; Renovating Show - with a record number of over 15 self-build, renovation and home improvement specialists - is coming to Birminghamamp;#039;s NEC from March 26 to 29 - and The Observer has got 20 pairs of tickets to...
ALLOTMENT holders in Acocks Green have been left distraught after being targeted by an ongoing spate of thefts and vandalism.
BALSALL Commonamp;#039;s own star of The Voice Karl Loxley is set to fight for his place in the next stage of the competition when he takes to the stage in the battle rounds of the show this weekend.
GYPSIES have left a trail of destruction in Shirley.
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Naomh Padraig GAA & Warwickshire GAA mourn the passing of Paddy Reilly RIP.
Please note that the two motions below, as passed at Congress, will not become rule until 1 January 2016.
O'Rahailly's GAA & Warwickshire Board mourn the death of Paul Flynn brother of Aden Flynn our President.
You will have read previous postings advising Phil Vickery was to attend this event on 18/4/15.
Lei Brown's Hat-Trick had the shine taken off it by Morgan Hurley's injury time winner for Stafford Town condemning The Gate to a rare defeat.
Following a successful period as 'Caretaker Manager' the club are pleased to announce that Ashley Pulisciano has agreed to take the role permanently...
Cllr Howard Allen Debates Small Business In London...
The Elections in May 2015 are fast approaching, and there will be 7 positions on the Parish Council instead of 5.
Solihull Tories vote down Green amendment at full council to set the annual budget...
Your Conservative-run Council is rated as one of the best in the country for managing the money it receives, whilst constantly striving to provide high quality services at a price we can afford.
Solihull Cllr Howard Allen: "Parliament needs a clear, strong Green voice now, perhaps, more than ever.
Please click here for the latest on Lorely's campaign to keep delivering better NHS services, more apprenticeships and more funding for schools in Solihull.
Following much pressure from the Action Group, councillors, a petition and a debate in the House of Commons, the airport announced that since the flight path trial concluded on 13thFebruary, a modified version of so-called Option 6 has been ...
Business Secretary Vince Cable visited Solihull College and met trainees and apprentices there as the College gears up to train more apprentices than ever before.
Solihull MP Lorely Burt has urged the government to 'think inclusively' about women-owned businesses in her report as Vince Cable's Ambassador for Women in Enterprise.
Please find posted the latest report from the Rural Sector Neighbourhood Teams – covering Blythe, Knowle, Dorridge and other areas in this side of Solihull: Newsletter Feb 2015 Filed under: Blythe , Cheswick Green , Dickens Heath , Monkspath , ...
Planning application 2015/69 relates to an retrospective planning plication which reads ‘RESUBMISSION OF PLANNING APPLICATION 2014/1688 FOR RETENTION OF FENCING AND DECKING ON DERELICT LAND ADJACENT 168-170 MAIN STRET, TO BE USED AS AN OUTDOOR ...
Fancy a Swift one? I know every word to Shake It Off.
Carrot cake has been the long standing example of successfully using vegetables in cakes/sweet goods and its popularity continues to shine with consumers and bakers alike.
I know that Shrove Tuesday has been and gone and those that are sacrificing something for Lent are well on their road to abstinence by now.
Over the past couple of years, I’ve documented how the street food phenomenon has taken Britain by storm with special events happening countrywide and vendors upping their gameand becoming more adventurous in their offerings.
The Mayor of Solihull has kindly agreed to present Chief Scout’s Silver Award certificates in Solihull School Chapel at 6.45 for 7.00pm on Friday, 24th April 2015 .
With Shrove Tuesday on the horizon, thoughts turn to pancake making.
If you have previously dined with us at Nuthurst Grange then you will be familiar with the excellent standard of dining experience our restaurant delivers.
Royal Ascot day is a relaxed and enjoyable day out which starts with arrival drinks canapés followed by a three course luncheon and live TV coverage from Royal Ascot.
So, where better to enjoy a delicious Sunday lunch on this special day than at Nuthurst Grange.
All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.
Masterchef evening is back and there is most certainly a score to settle this time! The winning Dish from the November event was the pan fried fillet of sea bass.
At Nuthurst Grange in Hockley Heath, Solihull, we have put together an exclusive Valentine’s Package designed to make that special someone feel even more special.
The Plough , in Harborne Birmingham is no stranger to accolades.
As a vegetarian I know the hardship of not always being able to find things to eat when you dine out (or the limitations of that) and so I extend my empathy to those with additional allergies and the difficulties they must face when they eat out at ...
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THE Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP) has announced the launch of a new Life Sciences Commission as a step towards attracting businesses from that sector into the reg...
The eight-week project is set to be completed by the middle of March...
A MIDLANDS heating and plumbing specialist has completed a management buyout with the support of a £200,000 invoice discounting line from Solihull-based Secure Trust Bank Commercial Finance.
SOLIHULLS Summer Poultry Products has secured a £475,000 finance facility from Birmingham-based invoice finance specialist Positive Cashflow Finance.
Couple behind Hogarths Hotel Restaurant in Solihull have acquired their second property...
On Tuesday 3rd February, Susan Marlow (Director at Minster)joined a Made in the Midlands (MIM) delegation to meet Secretary of State for Business, Vince Cable, at the Houses of Parliament.
Powertrain Conference, Stand 4 25-26th February, 2015 National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull Jonathan Lee Recruitment have been busy preparing for the Powertrain Conference that is now less than one week away.
Theft of farm equipment from yard in Meriden Police in Solihull have released clear CCTV footage of two men they'd like to speak to after 600 worth of farm equipment was stolen.
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Wicked thieves sought after poppy tin thefts in Solihull 2 Another CCTV installment of a man suspected of stealing poppy tins in the Solihull area.
Wicked thieves sought after poppy tin thefts in Solihull 1 Despite Remembrance Day approaching and this year being the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One, thieves in Solihull are stealing poppy tins.
Update issued at 2.05pm Saturday 9 August: This lunchtime’s two-hour strike by firefighters ended at 2pm.
Update issued at 8.05am Monday 14 July: During this morning's two-hour strike by firefighters, which ended at 8am, we had 13 fire engines and one Brigade Response Vehicle available to deploy.
Follow up sent to Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council by Enid Brighton on 6 March 2015 .
A car tyre ,rope,bottles,cans and general litter has been deposited in the wooded area along side an sssi site in the edges of the playing field.
John Shepard Estate Agency for sale board erected on council land in Coppice Close, I do not think this should be on this land and may set a precedent for any further or future advertising, as well as a health and safety issue with children...
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Enid Brighton on 5 March 2015 .
I thank you for your guidance, Mr Deputy Speaker.
- Shirley Park – playground – wooden sculpture – training shoe bench
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Return to Shirley Park on a sunny early March 2015 day.
training shoe bench – wooden sculpture
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