Flying a flag for Armed Forces Day
The Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Ken Meeson, raised the Armed Forces Day flag at the War Memorial in Shirley Park on Monday 20 June.
Apply for the energy bill rebate by Sunday 31 July
Residents who haven't yet applied for the energy rebate are advised to apply on or before Sunday 31 July to guarantee payment directly into their bank account. You may receive your rebate via alternative payment methods if you apply after this date.
‘Your Future Solihull’ campaign launches
‘Your Future Solihull’ is the Council’s exciting new campaign to encapsulate everything related to climate change and sustainability.
17 June 2022 – Message from Councillor Ian Courts, Leader of Solihull Council
As we approach next week’s launch of Your Future Solihull which will bring together all our climate change work, I do worry about how climate change is sometimes presented.
Celebrate Refugee Week – free event at The Core
Don't miss our free event at The Core on Wednesday 22 June, 12pm-6pm, to celebrate Refugee Week! Featuring live music from local bands, a short film screening, a selection of food from different cultures & more fun activities!
Tappin' all the way to Brindley Place
The Chelmsley Wood tappin' in group will join other groups from across the region for a showpiece performance in Brindley Place at 3pm on Saturday 18 June. This event is part of the Birmingham 2022 Festival.
Solihull Council awarded £436k funding to tackle poor mental health, via new Commonwealth Active Communities Fund
A new programme where Solihull Council will work closely with a number of voluntary, community and health care organisations, to help local residents understand how they can access physical activity, to improve their own health and happiness.
Solihull and Birmingham back new plan to stub out smoking by 2030
Organisations across Solihull and Birmingham today welcomed the publication of the Khan Independent Review into Smokefree 2030 policies and support the review’s four key recommendations.
Mayor attends the St John West Midlands Service of Celebration
On Sunday 12 June, the Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Ken Meeson, attended the St John West Midlands Service of Celebration, where he met with members of St John Priory group.
13 June 2022 – Message from Councillor Ian Courts, Leader of Solihull Council
The Queen’s 70-year Platinum Jubilee provided us with an opportunity to get together with friends, family and people within our communities.
Two more schools have ‘car-free streets’ to help improve air quality
Schools, pupils and parents will benefit from the implementation of two more School Streets, which help to not only promote sustainable, healthy travel, but also help to address traffic problems and critically the air pollution at the school gate.