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Volunteer at your local library

People are being invited to discover more about the volunteering opportunities available at Solihull libraries. National Volunteers Week takes place from 1 – 12 June, and on Saturday 11 June people can drop in to The Core library in Solihull town centre between 11am and 1pm and find out ... read more

Balfour Beatty starts work in Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire

Balfour Beatty starts work in Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire

Balfour Beatty has started work on the seven year highways maintenance contract for Coventry City Council, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council. The contract was awarded to Balfour Beatty in February 2016 and has the option to extend for a further three ... read more

Bank holiday opening hours

Recycling and refuse collections Recycling and refuse collections will continue as normal over the bank holiday period. Can you please ensure that your recycling and refuse is out for collection by 7.00am. Bickenhill Household Waste and Recycling Centre Bickenhill HWRC will be open as ... read more

Glendale awarded double contract in Midlands

Glendale awarded double contract in Midlands

National green services specialist Glendale has been awarded a combined contract to provide arboriculture services for both Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and Coventry City Council. Glendale has delivered services in Solihull since its partnership with the council began in 1990, and ... read more

Your Solihull - Summer 2016

Welcome to Solihull Council's quarterly magazine for residents. We hope you enjoy reading Your Solihull. We also hope it gives you a good understanding about the work we are doing and how people are getting involved across the Borough. read more

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Solihull students head to Westminster

Two Solihull students have been elected to the UK Youth Parliament.  Joshua Murphy, 17, a student at CTC Kingshurst Academy was elected as a Member of the Youth Parliament (MYP) and Alex Birch, 16, a student at Lyndon School was elected as his Deputy.

Elections were held in local schools in February and around 6000 students voted. Joshua and Alex will be campaigning to raise awareness of the top three local issues voted for during the election process; these are cyber bullying, sexting and grooming, and autism.

Joshua and Alex will also be supporting UK Youth Parliament national campaigns to tackle religious and racial discrimination and to improve mental health services for children and young people.

They will work with elected members, Council Officers and other agencies to raise awareness of these issues and are aiming to develop workshops to be run in local schools for pupils, teachers and parents.

They will also be working with other young people and children through Solihull Youth Council and its network to ensure that their campaigns reflect as wide a range of views and ideas as possible.

Joshua and Alex will then take these views and ideas forward to an annual sitting in York in July and a debate in the House of Commons later in the year.

Joshua, who is autistic himself, said ‘I believe that it is really important to increase the awareness of the difficulties that people with autism face. Those with autism are at increased risk of things like cyber bullying and child sexual exploitation (CSE) due to their lack of understanding’.

Alex commented that ‘I believe that mental health is an important issue to young people and needs to be better addressed. I believe we can improve on the education system to increase the understanding of young people regarding mental health so they can help themselves and support others’.

To find out more about the UK Youth Parliament, go to:

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Still time to have your say on Solihull Gateway

Residents have until the end of May to give Solihull Council their views on the completed Solihull Gateway scheme in Solihull town centre.
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New automated telephone payments number

Solihull Council’s automated telephone payment number is changing.

If you need to make a payment to the Council via telephone, for instance to pay your Council Tax or Business Rates please use 0300 456 0502. This replaces 0121 704 0869. Calls will still be charged at the local call rate.

Below is a list of the types of payment which can be made from the new number.

Council Tax
Rent & Service Charges
Parking Penalty Charge notices
Sundry Income
Business Rates
Benefit Overpayments
Truancy Penalty Notice
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