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Court finds against mother for child’s unauthorised absences

On Friday 23 March, a Solihull parent was given a 12 month community order following their children’s unauthorised absences from school. The mother was sentenced at Birmingham Magistrates Court after her children failed to attend school between September and November 2017. The defendant... read more

Mayor visits Troop Aid charity HQ

On Tuesday 20 March, the Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Stuart Davis visited local charity Troop Aid’s Shirley headquarters. Troop Aid is a charity that provides basic essentials for injured service men and women who return to the UK without any personal effects or clothing.  The... read more

UK Youth Parliament election results announced

UK Youth Parliament election results announced

Following the recent UK Youth Parliament elections, two Solihull students have been elected to represent children and young people’s views and ideas at a national level. Mason Rogers, 16, a student at Smiths Wood Sports College was elected as Member and Kawoon Bik, 11, a student at Yew... read more

Your Solihull to be distributed online

Your Solihull, Solihull Council’s quarterly magazine for residents, will now be available for everyone to receive and read on their smartphones, tablet devices, computers and laptops. The current Spring issue is the last to be printed and sent to every home in Solihull. For the... read more

Flying the Flag for Commonwealth Day 2018

On Monday 12 March, the Commonwealth flag was raised over the roof of Solihull Council House in celebration of Commonwealth Day. At the ceremony, the Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Stuart Davis, was joined by the High Sheriff of the West Midlands, Dr John Hudson OBE DL and Mrs Hudson, Dame... read more


«June 2018»

Everyone Active takes over management of local leisure centres

Everyone Active, the UK’s longest established leisure provider, officially took over the management of North Solihull Sports Centre and Tudor Grange Leisure Centre on Friday 1 June.

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ERDF awards £7m to help make Solihull greener

Ambitious plans to improve connections across Solihull with green networks and improved wildlife sites have taken another step forward thanks to an award of £7m from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

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