All of TopBlock’s work is a carried out by qualified tradesmen using top quality materials to the highest specification, with a wide range of patterns and colours from which to select.
Half a dozen local lads operating under the collective moniker 6 Average Joes are hard at work raising money for Marie Curie Cancer Care and Zoes Place charities with a series of events, culminating with their entry into the Coventry Half-Marathon in...
The 16-year-old was stabbed by Philip Simelane on the number 9 bus in Birmingham city centre as she was on her way to Leasowes High School in Halesowen.
NO new primary school places are being planned by education for Knowle and Dorridge because of a falling birth rate.
The ‘Casque-marked’ Bear Inn at Berkswell is flowing merrily into the final third of a month long beer Festival (Feb 17th – 15th March.
A WAITROSE plan for Solihull town centre should be approved next week, a council planning officer has said.
NUMEROUS opportunities were missed to prevent controversial amp;#039;cleavage sparingamp;#039; mastectomy surgeon Ian Paterson carrying out his potentially life-threatening operations at Spire Parkway Hospital.
The community is invited to the Berkswell British Legion this Saturday (8th March) for their children-friendly Barn Dance at which visitors are welcome to bring their own nibbles.
Organisers at Balsall Common’s Rock Youth Centre, located at the Jubilee Centre on Station Road are looking for a male Sessional Assistant Youth Worker to allow the club facilities to be opened more often and opportunities for youth ...
A POSSIBLE merger between Knowle GPs and other borough practices will only expand services for patients, managers have said.
WHEN Barry Morgan Neal died at a Solihull care home last month there was no trace of any of his relatives or friends.
CLOSED Widney Sports in Bentley Heath will become a restaurant and takeaway despite concerns about parking.
A COUNCIL watchdog committee is to look at the impact of new parking charges in Knowle.
A better life could beckon for a lucky few at Balsall Common Pharmacy on Saturday 8th March as hypnotherapist Adam Cowming of Beautiful Life Hypnotherapy delivers a series of free taster sessions, available via in-store application.
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It was always going to be a tough game against the league leaders, but The Gate still managed to give a good account of themselves...
Bees bagged a straightforward success over the division's dead men, Dudley Kingswinford.
A second half hat-trick from Luke Timmins sealed a great comeback for The Gates' under 16s...
A fantastic performance from the Gate Youth saw them come back from 3-1 down with 10 men to beat Halesowen 5-3.
The Youth team are at home tonight (Wednesday) to Halesowen Town 7.45pm kick off...
Tomorrow marks the 47th anniversary of the tragic loss of Tony Allden.
A stirring second-half display helped Bees get back on track after a three-week lay-off.
Monday 10th March 2014 – Public meeting into the future of urgent care services at Solihull HospitalSolihull Conservatives 7 Mar
Julian Knight says "I just wanted to remind you I am chairing alandmark public meeting into the future of both Solihull's walk-in centre and Accident and Emergency service.
The power of social media should not be understated.
Invitation to dance to music played by a fifteen-piece orchestra led by Roger Moon – or join those who simply sit and listen: ‘ .
Caroline Spelman MP visited Solihull hospital on Friday to learn about the new Urgent Care Centre and was shown the dementia ward due for closure in March.
Julian Knight saves the Number 73 bus Julian Knight's five month campaign to save the "NHS lifeline" number 73 bus service from Solihull to Heartlands hospital has finally succeeded.
Sixth Form College student Sophie McHale will join local MP Lorely Burt in Parliament for the day on Thursday, 6th March after winning first prize in an essay competition run by the MP.
Solihull Liberal Democrat MP Lorely Burt has launched her campaign to save Ward 10 at Solihull Hospital.
Students from Lode Heath School have interviewed local MP Lorely Burt on behalf of the BBC.
Following their 2013 Business Desk award, Koolmill Systems Ltd , a Solihull-based technology company, received the Business Innovation of the Year Award at this year’s Midlands Business Awards on the 28 th February.
A concerned local resident wrote about the council’s consideration of the proposal to build on the environs of Aqueduct Road, highlighting procedural failures: ”We did not get any copies of the update provided for the councillors, who were also ...
Please find posted the latest monthly newsletter from the Neighbourhood Teams covering the rural/Meriden sector of the borough.
Monday 10 March 2012: Neighbourhood Planning - free training for councillors and residents Thank you to all the volunteers who contributed to the Parish Plan and Visual Design Statement that we undertook between 2008 and 2011.
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.
Twice yesterday I was hit by how incredibly comfortable my life is.
Every year the Chairman nominates an individual to help him and mentor him while he leads Solihull Round Table.
Purchasing and eating food that has been produced/grown locally has now come full circle in popularity with demands for food produced nearer to home favoured over foods flown in from all corners of the world.
Calling all Solihull Scout, Explorers and Leaders! From 9am on Saturday 5th April to 1pm Sunday 6th April is Solihull Scout Speak Event.
Every year the gentlemen of Solihull Round Table take it upon themselves to further the peace and goodwill of international relations by taking a visit to a distant country.
This story comes from Solihull News, Click here to see original Nine Solihull Scouts have been selected to represent the borough on a trip of a lifetime next year.
Fellow Scouts The deadline to sign up for Grow Your Group is fast approaching.
Here is a pie chart I put together showing a 110% accurate analysis of BBC coverage of the Winter Olympics this evening.
Time to use your loaf boys! How to impress the other half than with a freshly baked loaf, maybe you're the next Jamie and you just don't know it yet...
I’m really looking forward to this week – just got back from an inspiring and, dare I say it, life changing weekend in Germany and Poland with the YMCA and now it’s just me and Anya at home together for the whole of half-term! It...
Half Term Sports Camp starts Monday 17 February 2014 Next Parish Council Meeting is Monday 24 February 2014 Starts 7:30pm at the Pavilion, Meriden Sports Park...
I’ve always by-passed sushi as it’s fish-based, so it’s never really been on my radar and I’ve never paid any attention to it.
ELECTRONIC cigarettes company Nicolites has tied up a new deal with Solihull pubco Enterprise Inns that will see the companys products stocked at thousands of pubs across the UK.
Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP is bidding for that funding next year and a total of £561 million of public money over the next five years towards 94 projects...
In a submission to government, the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership said it would use nine existing local colleges for the new operation to train the next generation of railway engineers...
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Police has selected Solihull-based Amillan to provide a contact centre solution for its blue light service.
A DIGITAL design agency has expanded into the West Midlands and is creating new jobs after a strong period of growth.
A six-strong convoy of Solihull-built Land Rover Discoveries, backed by an expert team from the 4x4 specialist, worked with the Born Free Foundation to help take Simba back to Malawi...
Aqualux Products, part of the Fetim Group, is on the move after a double deal secured on distribution properties by national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH...
HOME improvement supplies business Aqualux Products is relocating from its base in Wednesbury to Solar Park in Solihull.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses to a serious road traffic collision?nbsp;on Monday 20 January 2014?nbsp;in Solihull involving a...
DETECTIVES investigating a Solihull pub shooting on Friday (Jan 17) in which a man was fired at with a shotgun have arrested a suspect on...
CHIEF Constable Chris Sims, said: ?quot;The experience of West Midlands Police officers and staff who actively work day in day out with...
A PHONE pest suspect has been arrested for wasting police time after call handlers were hit by a barrage of drunken rants in the early...
Police have been given an extra five days to continue questioning two men who were arrested Monday (13 January) on suspicion of terrorist...
DRIVERS filling up their fuel tanks will also be able to 'top up' their car's security this weekend thanks to the Shirley neighbourhood...
WEST Midlands Police has promised 'no hiding place'for any officers who believe they?rsquo;re above the law and let the public down by...
[John Robertson in the Chair] – Backbench business – Women’s Contribution to the Economy | Westminster Hall debatesTWFY: Caroline Spelman MP (Conservative) Meriden 6 Mar
Thank you for allowing me to wind up the debate, Mr Sheridan.
I recently had the privilege of opening the first bank in my constituency to be approved under the new Government fast-track system—Paragon bank—and it was full of praise for the help it received from my right hon.
The side of the carriageway has broken or sunk at a dangerous piont near the bend where it will not be seen in the dark and would probably cause a car to lose control as well as suffer mechanical damage.
This year is the 31st No Smoking Day which takes place on Wednesday 12th March .
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