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Libraries launch mini reading challenge for World Book Day

Today (5 March) is World Book Day! Solihull libraries are celebrating World Book Day 2015 by encouraging children in the borough to read three books they haven’t read before - and are offering families the opportunity to win a ticket to Disney on Ice in the process. The family ticket ... read more

Views sought on plans to enhance Lode Lane

Solihull Council is looking for views on a proposed scheme to make improvements to Lode Lane in Solihull. Lode Lane (B425) is one of the busiest and most used bus corridors in the borough. At peak periods the road suffers from congestion and, along some parts, does not provide an attractive ... read more

New powers to tackle drug driving in Solihull

A new law to make it easier for police to catch and convict drug drivers today took effect in England and Wales. The legislation makes it illegal to drive with certain drugs in the body above specified levels, including eight illegal drugs and eight prescription drugs. People using ... read more

Solihull Council freezes council tax for fifth year running

Solihull Council has agreed its budget for 2015/16, which includes a decision to freeze council tax for the fifth year running.  At the Full Council meeting on 26 February, councillors agreed a budget of £169.615 million. The Band D council tax figure, excluding police, fire and ... read more

Call to arms for Solihull’s bakers at Fairtrade Cake Off

On Saturday 7 March, prepare for a baking bonanza as entrants from all over Solihull take over the Arts Complex studio. The Fairtrade Cake Off – organised as a result of Solihull Council’s commitment to Fairtrade – is the perfect opportunity for budding bakers and competitive ... read more

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