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Latest News


Memorial safety testing in Solihull cemeteries

Solihull Council will be undertaking safety checks on memorials in Robin Hood, Widney Manor and Woodlands cemeteries from October 2019. The works are being carried out to ensure the cemeteries are safe places for the public to visit and will commence at Woodlands Cemetery from 1 October.... read more



Council launch polling district review

Solihull residents are being asked for their views as part of the borough-wide Council review of polling districts and polling stations. Every local authority must review its polling districts and polling places every five years, with a public consultation forming part of that review. The... read more


Council donates £8,000 to local bereavement charity


Council donates £8,000 to local bereavement charity

Solihull Council has donated £8,000 raised from the recycling of metals from cremations at Robin Hood and Woodlands cemeteries to Solihull Bereavement Counselling Service.   A cheque was handed over by Councillor Alison Rolf, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Stronger &... read more


Joining forces to prevent suicide


Joining forces to prevent suicide

Solihull Council and Everyone Active have signed the Solihull Zero Suicide Pledge and are calling on residents and organisations to pledge to join in preventing suicide. The pledge is part of the Council’s contribution to reduce suicides in the borough as everybody has a role to play in... read more



Solihull’s car-cruisers banning order extended for three years

Solihull Council has today been granted an extension for a further three years of its borough-wide ban on motor vehicle racing, covering car- cruises including motor bikes by the High Court in Birmingham. The Council was driven to seek these extensive legal powers from the High Court in... read more


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