Sarah Hart and boyfriend Matt Finch will take on the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10k on Sunday, April 30.
Flight Sergeant Geoffrey Brown's buried plane was unearthed by historians in Germany.
TOGETHER is key to survival for Solihull Moors this season said Liam McDonald as he prepares his side for another tough home fixture against Wrexham this Saturday.
Former Birmingham City footballer Martin Howles is leading the charge...
COUNCIL taxpayers will be asked to pay an average extra £5 a year to help police in the fight against crime.
Live coverage of Saturday's National League game between Solihull Moors and Wrexham.
NEW Zealand international all-rounder George Worker will be playing his cricket in Solihull this season after Knowle & Dorridge pulled off a massive coup by landing his signature.
‘KEEP puppies quiet, do not let them bark.
THE GREEN Party candidate for West Midlands metro mayor has pledged to donate 75 per cent of his mayoral salary to charity.
LIAM McDonald admits he could not hold back from celebrating following Saturday's 1-0 victory over Bromley in the National League.
SOME of the country’s strongest lifters competed in Sheldon on Sunday at an event which saw a record number of competitors qualify for the Global Powerlifting Committee 2017 World Championship Finals.
A WARWICKSHIRE man has received the UK's first 3D-printed sternum and ribs thanks to staff at Heartlands Hospital.
MORE images of bikers suspected of causing chaos on the roads during an illegal rally last summer have been released by West Midlands Police.
A MIX of solid defence with a dash of ambition were the perfect ingredients for Birmingham & Solihull Bees on Saturday as they beat Longton 30-10 to move up to third in the National League 3 Midlands.
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Fundraising site re-launched to assist in the publication of The Tony Allden Story...
BBC1 | 6.30pm | BBC Midlands Today | Thursday 23 February | Sports reporter Ian Winter covers the Tony Allden Anniversary...
This Saturday, 25th February, is 50 years to the day that Tony Allden was tragically struck by lightning.
Lei Brown's second half goal was not enough for Highgate to recover from a two goal half time deficit in a game spoilt by poor and bizarre refereeing...
Chris Johnson and McCauley Manning scored the second half goals which earned Highgate a JW Hunt Cup semi-final place against opponents as yet unknown...
The same old story - Gate dominant, creating numerous chances but unable to achieve the win their performance deserved...
Lei Brown and Josh Hawker score after the break to secure Highgate's League Cup win...
A dominant Highgate display but a host of missed chances failed to reap what would have been a deserved three points against a rugged St Andrews side...
Even being a prolific user of Twitter, Facebook and having my own website to engage with residents and the wider community I do frequently reflect as to how effective these communications are and whether I don’t do enough to engage with those who ...
Solihull residents are being warned not to use ‘ cowboy builders’ or rogue traders to repair or clean up after any damage caused by storm Doris.
To help promote Solihull’s Fair Trade Trail I innocently agreed to dress up as Banana Man little knowing the suggestion was real.
At the meeting of the Full Council on Wednesday 1 March we will be setting the budget for the next financial year, 2017/18.
As part of new housing developments, Solihull Council has a policy to secure affordable housing, this takes the form of both rented and shared ownership properties.
Spot the banana characters in shop windows and find the clues to solve the Fairtrade Trail.
Many may know the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) held a region wide summit on Friday, bringing representatives from local authorities and police to examine how a joined up strategy can be adopted to tackle problems created when ...
I noticed this on twitter and thought it would be useful to share this more widely so that groups and organisations in the ward (as well as Solihull) might benefit.
This is before the Cabinet Member for Highways at this decisions session on Thursday.
Many will have realised there has been a spike in burglaries in Solihull since the start of the year.
A great idea formulated to address a spike in burglaries in January by the safer Solihull Partnership is #haveyougotyourtimer ? This is a theme for social media, using the hashtag to help promote the concept.
As Andy and Chris finish their terms as District Commissioners for Blythe and Cole, the process of selecting replacements has begun.
Congratulations to Intrepid Explorers ‘A’ and Nelson Sea Scouts ‘A’ on winning the Walking stick and boot trophies respectively.
Lunch during the working week cansometimes come andgo without any aplomb, with choices made on autopilot or with only'hobson's choice' from the local shop or fooddelivery van it can be all quite groundhog day.
Adult Leaders 34th Six Summits Challenge April 29 th to 1 st May 2017 The Six Summits Challenge is a 36 mile, 3 day expedition for Scouts and Explorers.
January is always verybusy for me, hence I'm only now just sitting down to write.
Surprise your Mother this Mothering Sunday with a fabulous 6 course Sunday Lunch that she thoroughly deserves.
It's New Year's Eve and I can't believe it is 'that time' of year again! Honestly, where has it gone??! Just thinking about the blogging part of my life, I've enjoyed trying out all the new places opening up in and around Birmingham and checking out ...
Robert Burns was born into a farming family at Alloway in Ayrshire, he died in Dumfries at the early age of thirty seven.
Treat Your Loved One to a Romantic Valentines Evening Full Name * Address * Telephone * Email Address * Date: * Number of People * Preferred Time Additional Comments or Special Dietary Requirements Treat the special person in your life to a romantic ...
Seasons Greetings at this festive time of year 2016 has been another fantastic year for Solihull Scouts: It Saw hundreds of young people receiving their Chief Scout Awards as well as 10 receiving their Queen Scout Award and Duke of Edinburgh Award ...
Cub Scouts up and down the country celebrated a 100 years of adventure with Cubs 100 Promise Parties – Cubs joined together with thousands of other to renew their promise.
Having frequently seen Miss Macaroon on the Birmingham food scene over the years, I was really pleased to hearwhen MD Rosie Ginday announced that she was opening a shop in Birmingham's Great Western Arcade .
After thoroughly enjoying reading and reviewing Joudie Kalla’s cookbook – Palestine On A Plate , I thought it would be interesting to interview Joudie via my Food Roots Interview series to find out about her and her heritage and how it fits in ...
I don’t always make stuffing when putting together a Sunday Roast Lunch, but when I do, it is usually a cheap cheerful packet mix that I can make up in minutes (sorry to all food purists, it is very uncouth of me I know…..
The Italian restaurant will front a new four-storey building at the Mell Square shopping centre...
Increased demand for manned guarding, CCTV, fire and intruder alarms has helped a Solihull security firm add £1m to its turnover.
It will stock women's, men's and children's luxury clothing, footwear and accessories...
Trade union GMB announces even more industrial action following walkouts last year at the logistics operation of Arcadia in dispute over wages...
Group which was founded 20 years is looking to add to its portfolio of sites across the Midlands...
Engines worth £3m stolen from Jaguar Land Rovers Solihull plant have been recovered in dawn raids by police.
Specialist recruitment consultancy Plum Personnel has formed a new strategic partnership to strengthen its service offering across the whole of the West Midlands.
More people drinking its beer has cheered Solihull pubco, Enterprise Inns.
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.
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Charlotte Bradley on 23 February 2017 .
Dead badger on kerbside Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Friday Lane, Catherine de Barnes Report on FixMyStreet...
Leaves haven't been cleared from the path running from Stanton Road to Cadet Drive creating slippy conditions along the path.
2 large deep potholes next to each other just after the speed bump at the junction of Norton Lane and Rumbush Lane (on the left had side of the kerb if driving towards Earlswood).
The street sign opposite Beechcroft RD for Parkfield Drive has been knocked down.
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