Balsall Common Lions have once again made arrangements for Santa to swing into to town on his sleigh to switch on the Balsall Common Chirstman lights this Friday (21st November 2014) at 3:30pm in time for a Christmas lights switch-on courtesy of the ...
SOLIHULLamp;#039;S sweetheart Lucy Martin made a guest appearance on the hit TV show The X Factor last weekend.
THE PARENTS of a Castle Bromwich toddler are on trial for the murder of their son - Levi Blu Cassin - who died last year.
SHIRLEY Police Station and the Bluebell Centre in Chelmsley Wood will close their doors to the public in the next 12 months as part of sweeping cutbacks by West Midlands Police.
THIS is the face of a man police want to trace inconnection with an attempted abduction of a Shirley schoolgirl a fortnight ago.
Police are looking for a man who tried to abduct a schoolgirl in Solihull.
Inspirational people and projects were celebrated at the Residents’ Conference on Saturday 8 November.
A number of residents made homeless after a suspected gas explosion on a Southampton street today will be supported by their local authority.
THE WEST Midlands can become the lynchpin for the national economic recovery - claims council leaders who are have agreed a historic deal to create a amp;#039;super authorityamp;#039; in the region.
Are you in business in Balsall Common? Does your business serve Balsall Common? Do you want to meet other local businesses to share ideas, make contacts, and find out more about opportunities in the area? If you do, please join a group of local ...
SOLIHULL Business Improvement District - BID - will run for another five years after vote of confidence from town centre businesses who voted overwhelmingly in favour of the scheme which was launched in 2009.
A Shirley road is listed as one of the worst in England for the number of drivers needing to be rescued from flood water.
THE CHIEF executive of the troubled Heart of England Foundation NHS Trust (HEFT) has dramatically resigned after health watchdog Monitor slammed the leadership of the Trust.
THE MEMORY of a fallen soldier from Warwickshire is living on in a West Midlands Police dog who has already been tracking down criminals in Acocks Green.
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Gerry Corrigan's reserve side maintained their 100% league record with an emphatic 6-1 victory over local rivals Knowle...
2 minutes after going behind, Fellows' looping shot got Gate back on level terms from where they took total command...
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All at the club are sorry to hear that popular former Highgate player Dan Povey suffered a broken leg in Saturday’s abandoned fixture at Bromsgrove.
Luctonians 21 Birmingham Solihull RFC 39: Bees skipper Chris Goddard helped his side to a convincing win at fellow National Two North strugglers Luctonians.
A quick follow-up to the previous post: I can confirm the area of Hay Lane near to Wynbrook Grove and Oldberrow Close will come under the area for consultation – the updated plan is attached.
Local MP Lorely Burt has welcomed a Home Office decision to deny American 'pick up artist' Julien Blanc entry to the UK.
MPC supports idea of creating Chelmsley Wood Garden City Residents of Chelmsley Wood would benefit from the improved transport network that will be developed as part of the UK Central Hub.
As always there are a host of fabulous festive events planned for Dickens Heath this year.
Blossoms Pre-School and Nursery, located at Waterside in Dickens Heath turned one on Wednesday 22nd October 2014! To celebrate, they are holding a birthday party on Wednesday 26th November.
Tidbury Green Golf Club is proud to offer a state of the art golf driving range to the residents of Dickens Heath.
Local MP Lorely But has expressed concern plans to close Shirley Police Station and reduce hours at Solihull Police Station: "Local police stations are a valuable part of their communities.
Your local Conservatives are delighted to report that Solihull Council, Shirley Advance and Asda have now signed an undertaking to work together to bring about a plan to redevelop the Powergen eyesore that has blighted our community for almost two ...
Following many complaints concerning nuisance and inconsiderate parking, particularly near the various junctions on Shelly Crescent, Monkspath the council’s highway officers have drawn up a proposal to make the junctions safer for all users of...
Do you know this bunny? He has enjoyed a haircut and a trip to the library so far! Found on Main Street.
All councillors receive notification of licence applications for licensing matters and one in the neighbouring ward of Shirley South caught my attention yesterday.
I was reading the Daily Mail’s You magazine Sunday supplement recently and there was a really interesting article in there about fermented food and the benefits of it for health and diet which have been documented in a new book called ‘Cultured ...
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As you journey down our tree lined drive you get the feeling that this isn’t your average venue and you’d be right.
Some people love the freshness of spring and others love the warmth of the summer months, but here at Nuthurst Grange in Hockley Heath, we have a fondness for the beauty of autumn and all that November means.
The rumours are true; it’s coming - following the success of our last Masterchef Evening, On Friday 28th November it’s back and better than ever.
Let Nuthurst’s friendly and highly-trained staff look after all your requirements with the utmost care, from your initial enquiry to the end of your wedding.
I have written an article for the online version ofWest Midlands publication Express Star about the Indian wine industry, with a focus on Birmingham's Soul Tree Wines ,their commitment to Indian farmers and their vision to get Indian wine on a par ...
Round Table clubs from across the country are taking part in one of the biggest fundraisers in the UK -BBC Children In Need! Want to know what your local Table is up to? A list will be updated below.
A friend of mine regularly attends the different courses at Waitrose Cookery School in London and has always regaled tales of the wonderful things she has cooked and experienced.
Bonfire and Fireworks Spectacular Saturday 8 November 2014 After a very wet start in the morning, the weather cleared in the afternoon and the crowds turned out to witness, what many agreed, was the best ever display.
Provamel Zero Sugar Soya Yoghurt with Breakfast Approached by the team at Provamel recently, I was asked to sample their new Zero Sugar Soya Yoghurt which has launched this autumn.
A cocktail and canapé evening provided the perfect introduction to Stratford Upon Avon’s latest gastro haunt, marking the arrival of Marco Pierre White’s restaurant – Marco’s New York Italian .
I hope you all enjoyed reading my exclusive interview with Romina Chiappa (from The Chiappa Sisters) for World Vegetarian Day as much as I enjoyed putting it together.
SOLIHULL-based motor finance provider Moneyway is targeting an ambitious growth strategy after a successful 12-month period.
Hogarths wins first AA rosetteSOLIHULL hotel and restaurant Hogarths has been awarded its first AA rosette for culinary excellence.
SOLIHULL pubco Enterprise Inns has announced full year EBITDA before exceptional items of £302m, down £11m on last year due to the groups ongoing disposal programme.
The benefits of an improving economy are filtering through to growing businesses, though access to finance remains a challenge.
The deal will see TRW Automotive sites at Stratford Road, Shirley, College Road, Perry Barr, and Nuneaton swallowed up by the Baden-Wurtemberg-based engineering group...
SOLIHULL-based infrastructure products supplier Hill & Smith has said it remains on track to meet full year expectations after experiencing a strong trading period.
SOLIHULL-based home credit and mortgages group Paragon has completed a £250m securitisation its third for the year to date.
FAST-growing Solihull legal firm HCB Group has joined forces with Evesham-based Atter Mackenzie.
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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.
Police investigation continues after deaths in Solihull Officers have moved to reassure the community after two people died at an address in Solihull yesterday (Monday 7 July).
The footpath on BIlls Lane, opposite Woods Farm is very narrow and the problem of overgrown vegetation encroaching on the footpath has been a problem for some time.
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Ad Dominic on 21 November 2014 .
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Callam Finlay on 21 November 2014 .
Response by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council to Karen Worwood on 20 November 2014 .
Request sent to Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council by Karen Worwood on 20 November 2014 .
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