This week is National Tree Week (27 November – 5 December), the UK’s largest annual tree celebration and the council’s ‘Planting Our Future’ team has marked it by planting hundreds of trees along the borough’s highways and in local parks
The Chief Veterinary Officers for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have agreed to bring in new housing measures to protect poultry and captive birds from avian influenza (Bird flu) following a number of confirmed cases
Sport England has announced £436,732 of new funding for Solihull Council as part of its wider investment into the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
“Conversation Culture” forum: Thursday 9 December, 5 – 7pm, The Core, Homer Road, Solihull, B91 3RG.
This week is Youth Work Week (1-7 November) – the annual week-long celebration organised by the National Youth Agency (NYA). And this year the NYA is celebrating ‘champions of youth work’.
A new symbol of hope and tribute to all those affected by the pandemic has been installed at Katherine’s Wood.
Find out more about adopting as part of National Adoption Week 18 - 24 October
In the run up to this year’s World Homeless Day (Sunday 10 October), Solihull Change into Action (CiA) celebrated two years of raising money to help provide additional support services for rough sleepers and homeless people at risk of sleeping rough.
‘Proud to Be’ is this year’s theme for Black History Month (BHM), and throughout October, Solihull Council is encouraging people across the borough to share their stories and responses to the question ‘who are you proud to be?’ 
Solihull Council, local business leaders and community groups have combined forces to develop a new campaign to promote all that Shirley town centre has to offer – from dining options and coffee shops to independent retailers.