The next crop of up and coming musical talent will take to the stage alongside Paris Georgia in Heat 2 of Balsall’s Got the Voice on Friday 10th July at the Berkswell & District Royal British Legion.
The former Conservative minister, who is now a passionate advocate for devolution, made the call while addressing the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership’s annual conference...
Owner IM Properties already under offer for restaurant element of four-storey scheme which is due to open next September...
Super slimmer and local resident Noreen Burgess has been disappearing before our eyes over the last year.
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A man is charged after pig heads were dumped on the doorstep of a community centre in Solihull.
The second edition of Balsall’s Got the Voice – Balsall Common’s search for musical talent – gets underway this Friday (12th June 2015) at the Berkswell & District Royal British Legion opposite Berkswell railway station.
A man appears in court, charged with the murder of his aunt after she was assaulted at her home in Solihull.
A man is charged with the murder of his aunt after an assault at her home in Solihull.
The creation of a West Midlands super-authority with devolved powers has moved a step closer as Coventry voted to back the idea.
Services of remembrance are held for a churchwarden who died after being attacked in a house in Solihull.
Friday 5th June 2015: The curtains go up on an ambitious original works by Centre Stage as their new musical Triple Cross gets underway at The Heart of England School this evening.
Stratford, Warwick and Solihull all feature high in list of region's most impenetrable markets when it comes to getting a foot on the property ladder...
Politicians in Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Coventry and Solihull back Post campaign for fairer deal from publicly-funded broadcaster...
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The Youth team management have moved training/trials to Wednesday's...
Joel Richards represented his Club & County on many occasions and was a talented football.
Silhillians support Royal Star and Garter during their rugby world cup events.
Shane Benjamin and Darryl Jones are both set to make a dramatic return to The Gate...
Bring some new faces down to the club...
The 200 Club 'Bumper Summer Draw' will take place on Saturday 27th June 2015...
Youth management pair Chris & Tom Hughes were very impressed with the quality on show at Thursday's Youth team trials.
During July, local small business Mummy’s Cupcakes is offering a box of four free cupcakes if you order a box of twelve.
Charity Car Wash Saturday 4 July 2015 at Solihull Fire Station, Streetsbrook Road 12.00 – 3.00 pm Only £3 per car! How dirty is your car? Whether it’s mildy dusty or you can no longer remember what colour it is under the mud come along ...
Residents near to the Tescos and Notcutts car park have endured a lot of hassle from cars and motor bikes using the car park at weekends for a meeting place and for some of their owners to use the Stratford Road and car park as some sort of race ...
Solihull Leader signals intention to join other West Midlands authorities to explore devolution optionsSolihull Conservatives 20 May
Leader of Solihull Council, Cllr Bob Sleigh hasinformedAnnual Council that heintends to seek approval for taking forward detailed discussions in principle to support a Combined Authority for the West Midlands.
SMBC Highway works planned programme for this financial year (2015-16) has been published and I have posted the document here: Programmes For roads in Blythe ward the relevant pages are: CWay Micro and FWay Slurry Seal (via the tabs at the foot of ...
With other ward councillors I was invited to a briefing regarding Blythe Valley Business Park yesterday morning.
I am pleased to show the link to the borough elections held last Thursday 7 May: http://www.
Its great to be back doing the real work now the election is over (will post a bit more about that later this weekend).
Little U is holding a family fun day this weekend (16 May) to raise funds for the pre-school.
General Election success in Solihull and Meriden! On Thursday 7th May, Julian Knight was elected the new Member of Parliament for Solihull with a majority of 12,902 and Caroline Spelman was re-elected with an increased majority of 18,795.
The Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce held their annual glittering dinner and awards ceremony at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham in late April, with more than 800 business leaders, politicians and journalists in attendance.
Fillings are quite a typical and standard treatment that dentists offer.
When your looking at replacing your teeth, there are now multiple options that may be suitable to meet your needs.
Welcome to Culinary Captures! This will be my monthly (or thereabouts) round-up of food and/or food related goodies that have come my way or that I have seen on my travels and want to share with you! I hope you will enjoy reading about them and ...
Regular readers of my blog will know that I love all things asparagus and I have, over the years, written about my days out at the Asparafest event.
In just 30 days Scouts from Solihull will be heading to the World Scout Jamboree in Japan.
I must admit I love it when the underdog manages to ruffle the feathers of a few supreme peacocks.
Relax and enjoy yet more festivities and a delicious four-course meal.
Enjoy the warmest welcome of welcomes from the team at Nuthurst Grange on this special day.
There are plenty of cookery books on the market right now that feature recipes only and so I was intrigued with the twist within this book when I was given the opportunity to review The One Pot Gourmet Gardener (written by Cinead McTernan Jason ...
On behalf of 1st Marston Green Scout Group we would like to express our sadness at the loss of Anne Dunkley, who had been a tireless supporter of Scouting from the mid 1990’s.
Having enjoyed the hospitality at other Marco Pierre White venues, I welcomed the opportunity to sample the ambience and menu at Marco’s New York Italian restaurant in Kenilworth.
For my latest Food Roots Interview , I’ve had the opportunity to find out a little more about Mauritian food and culture through London based Chef Selina Periampillai .
The late May bank holiday weekend saw the annual Birmingham Pride march through the city centre.
THE Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP) has announced a number of new appointments.
Paragon SID to step downSOLIHULL-based Paragon Group has announced that Edward Tilly is to retire from its board as Senior Independent Director.
THE proposed £10.5m acquisition by Shirley-based Hill & Smith of a Telford galvanising firm is to be referred to an in-depth investigation by the UK competition watchdog unless it receives assurances...
Solihull MP Julian Knight demands the state broadcaster starts to listen to the region ahead of a special debate on BBC investment...
Drayton Manor fun for Rees Bradley Hepburn WARWICKSHIRES Rees Bradley Hepburn has been appointed to lead the creative development of radio, TV and VoD for Drayton Manor Theme Park.
Company says it will shut its base at The Fort in Castle Bromwich and Simply Food store in Shirley in a move affecting more than 120 staff...
CELEBRITIES have joined with senior Jaguar Land Rover managers to produce a special edition of the iconic Defender to mark the production of the two millionth version of the historic vehicle.
Meriden-based agency wins brief with well-known men's fashion brand to manage photoshoots and advertising...
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.
Fly tipping of general plastics / household waste Report on FixMyStreet...
The driveway to Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel is made of loose stones.
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Jenifer Tark on 1 July 2015 .
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Les Trumpeter on 1 July 2015 .
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Mark Craddock on 30 June 2015 .
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