Local company Watertight and Birmingham Dogs Home joined forces with the Council’s Planting Our Future campaign this week to plant 372 trees, supporting the Council’s plans to plant 250,000 trees in ten years.

Solihull Council is looking for people throughout the borough who can help with its work to support people with cost of living pressures.
Local residents Ann and Malcolm Turner decided to support the Council’s plans to plant 250,000 trees in ten years by buying a Celebration Tree from the Planting Our Future team and creating a lasting focal point in their area.
An ambitious new concept masterplan focusing on Chelmsley Wood town centre has been approved, clearing the way for further design and the submission of an outline planning application.
A new community funding scheme has been launched as part of Solihull Council’s environmental contract with Veolia and £10,000 is available to the borough’s local community groups and clubs.
Solihull library users are being urged to scour their homes for overdue library books and return them anonymously this month – with no fine to pay, no matter how overdue they are.
As part of its commitment to improving road safety, Solihull Council has installed new average speed enforcement cameras on the A34 Stratford Road in Shirley.
Volunteers from the Renewal Centre, staff and residents from Solihull Community Housing (Solihull Council’s housing provider), and staff from Solihull Council have provided and delivered Christmas treats for local families in temporary accommodation.
Here2Help is going live with two events in December