A BRAVE stowaway kitten which was discovered at Birmingham Airport aboard a shipment from Egypt has been...
BUDDING engineers at the Sixth Form College, Solihull, tried their hand at building relief shelters this...
SOLIHULLrsquo;S new Walkabout Bar opened with an exclusive V.
DEFENDER Aoife Mannion insists Birmingham City Ladies can take plenty of positives into their Continental Tyres Cup semi Read More...
A WOMAN is pleading for Solihull residents to get in touch after a missing cat from the area has been...
A MANDATORY 5p charge for plastic bag comes into force in England today (Monday) ndash; and is set to...
SOLIHULL entrepreneur Dean Leather has lived in the borough for the majority of his adult life after...
GUIDE Dogs are holding an Awareness and Guide Dog demonstration Day at Touchwood on Wednesday (October...
TEAMWORK and plenty of gardening is the number one tip for a long and successful marriage as a Solihull...
A RECORD-BREAKING 200 talented musicians took part in the thirteenth Solihull Music Festival last month...
ORGANISERS of the Balsall Common Fun Run have paid tribute to everyone who took part and helped make...
WE ARE told that more than one in three people will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime.
A BRAND new pound;3.5 million unit at Solihull Hospital has opened its doors to patients ndash; securing...
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Congratulations to the following winners in the recent 200 Club draws.
In today's draw for the 1st round of the FA Vase we have been drawn at home to Radcliffe Olympic...
The Gate had to rely on a late flurry against 10 men Casuals to progress into the 1st Round Proper of the FA Vase...
A Shane Benjamin hat-trick along with goals from Connor Mooney, Tyrone Smith and Dave Yonwin sealed a magnificent away day victory for The Gate...
A true clash of the titans that could see some mouth-watering match-ups on the pitch.
ShirleyTOPS is a community focused web site designed to encourage Shirley residents to support local businesses.
CLLR KEN HAWKINS AND ALEX INSLEY, LOCAL RESIDENT CAMPAIGNER, SEEK COURT INJUNCTION TO BAN BOY RACERS FROM GATHERINGS AT TESCO, STRATFORD ROAD….
Fresh from appearing at Festival on the Green, local band Born Zero (formerly Voltage), which started life at Dickens Heath School and is going from strength to strength, is profiled by Dickens Heath-based writer and poet Michael Andrews on his blog...
The winners of the third Annual Tidbury Green Scarecrow Competition are: In 3rd PLACE – From Lady Lane : In 2nd PLACE – From Lowbropok Lane : In 1st PLACE – From Tilehouse Lane: Filed under: Blythe , Solihull , Tidbury Green...
The third annual scarecrow competition was held this morning with yours truly being one of the judges.
I attended the users group meeting with the committee officers on Monday (14th).
A report relating to Blythe Valley Park (BVP) went to the Council’s Cabinet Member for Managed Growth at his decision session of 1 September.
Please find posted the monthly neighbourhood team report for August.
Dickens Heath-based Pop Chorus Juniors responded to the BBC’s request for people to sing-a-long to Do-Re-Mi as part of this year’s Last Night of the Proms celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Sound of Music.
What a fantastic, sunny and fun afternoon.
Now that summer holidays are out of the way, Divine Fine Wines are focusing on some in-store tastings.
Postcards from America So here I am, getting my head out of the clouds, fiercely trying to get myself out of holiday mode and back into normality.
All on 4 is a system that works on the principal of placing 4 implants into the patients jaw for a full arch replacement.
A message from our County Commissioner, David Lodwig; “It is with some sadness that I have to inform you all that I am stepping down as County Commissioner of Solihull from the 17th November 2015.
NSGSO Main Orchestra and (new) NSGSO Wind Band This year is a really exciting one for the NSGSO as we will be running an NSGSO Wind Band alongside the Main NSGSO Orchestra.
We are a local and professional dental clinic in Dorridge and the local Solihull area.
Wrinkle removal is purely a cosmetic treatment that is aimed at bringing back your youthful looks.
Foodies around Birmingham will know of Alex Claridge .
If you are not 100% happy with how your teeth look, whether it is the color, shape or alignment of your teeth, we offer a wide range of cosmetic treatments, that are aimed at improving the overall aesthetics of your teeth.
Arguably the best book on leadership I have read is Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns; the Abraham Lincoln political biography.
Our clinic is based just next to Solihull in the village Dorridge.
Welcome to One Dental Clinic! We are a local clinic in Dorridge, Birmingham that offer an extensive range of treatments, ranging from general dental work, to restorative, orthodontics, and dental implants.
We’re looking for a Self Employed Supporter Volunteer Co-Ordinator to work with the greatest people in Solihull with the opening of a new Scout Group in Smiths Woods.
Photo: Word In Veg Ways If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it dozens of times – I really love delicatessens! So much so, I’m almost evangelical about it.
SOLIHULL-based financial services group Paragon has muscled into the asset finance market through a £117m acquisition.
Meriden-based agency will work to promote food manufacturing business founded by Sutton Coldfield entrepreneur Angela Yip...
A RAPID transit system using tram-style buses running between Solihull town centre, Birmingham Airport and the planned high speed rail station is among transport proposals being put before borough res...
SOLIHULL finance provider S&U has seen its profit before taxation increase by 32% on a year on year basis.
The company, which has shops in the city centre and Solihull, has agreed a short-term deal with former food and drink writer Paul Fulford...
A sister Academy to the WMG Academy in Coventry, it will initially take Year 10 and Year 12 students for its first intake when it opens in September 2016...
PRIVATE equity firm HgCapital has expanded its car parts empire by buying Birmingham-based German, Swedish & French Car Parts (GSF) for an undisclosed sum.
COLLIERS International has been instructed to jointly market the vacant units at Elmdon Trading Estate in Solihull alongside GBR Phoenix Beard.
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.
The white lane marking lines on the approach to the M42 J5 roundabout (specifically when approaching on the A41 from Solihull) are worn and not very visible.
This mess is right on the junction of Guildford Croft and Cambridge Drive.
Grey wheelie bin unclaimed for a couple of weeks now on the pavement across my drive.
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Tay Jiva on 29 September 2015 .
Grey wheelie bin unclaimed for a couple of weeks now on the pavement across my drive.
- Prezzo – Parkgate Shirley
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Friday evening meal at Prezzo at Parkgate Shirley. 2 days before my 33rd.
I liked the Prezzo at Victoria Place above London Victoria Station so decided to go here this time instead of Pizza Express.
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