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A new Armed Forces Community Garden at Hillfield Park in Solihull was unveiled on Friday 20 May thanks to a collaboration between the Royal British Legion Warwickshire & Birmingham County and Solihull Council.
Solihull Enterprise Centre in Chelmund’s Cross is opening its doors this Thursday for a special drop-in open day and chance to meet local businesses that are using its offices
A three-year environmental programme developed and delivered by Solihull Council which involved 24 separate projects across Solihull borough has been shortlisted for a national conservation award.
Local school children from Bentley Heath Primary School learnt about wildlife in their local area during some workshops by the ponds in Bridge Meadow Drive following extensive restoration works on the ponds and feeder stream.
Up-and-coming athletes in Solihull are being given the chance to become ‘Sporting Champions’ and gain much-needed support as part of a sports talent development scheme.
Next week is World Autism Acceptance Week, 28 March – 3 April 2022 and to celebrate, Solihull Council’s partners Everyone Active is shining a light on people who live with autism and sharing their inspirational stories.
Local campaign Change into Action Solihull has introduced contactless payment points into Solihull town centre making it easier to help local homeless people.
A new mental health drop-in service will be available for Solihull residents aged 18 and over from the beginning of April.
The Queen’s Deputy Lieutenant Chris Loughran joined the Mayor of Solihull Cllr Ken Meeson, students and staff from Light Hall School and council staff to plant ten trees at Light Hall School last week for The Queen’s Green Canopy.
In response to the crisis in Ukraine, many people in Solihull are looking for ways they can help refugees and people caught up in the conflict. We have put together a new information page to help - How you can help Ukraine (solihull.gov.uk)