4 Vacant Seats on the council

There are four vacant seats on the Council due to a combination of members being unable to attend meetings and recent resignations. There are two vacancies in the Bradford ward and one each in the Beechcroft and Whateley wards.  There has been a vacancy in the...

Vacancy for Parish Clerk

A vacancy has arisen in the post of the council’s chief officer, the Clerk to the Council. More information can be found here Please contact the office for a word version of the application form if required. Notice of the vacancy ends on 31st July; interviews...

Parish Council and Arden Hall update, revised 4th July 2020

After carrying out a risk assessment on the playground at Arden Hall, we realised it would be too risky to re-open the children’s play area and so it remains closed for the time being. The risk is due to there being only one entrance into the area, lack of...

Neighbourhood Watch, Our News newsletter, July 2020

Dear Neighbourhood Watch supporter, Our July ‘Our News’ newsletter is here Click here to read it The time has come once again to grab that cup of tea, put your feet up and enjoy our newsletter. This month we reflect on perception of crime in lockdown and...

More time slots for library book returns

More time slots for library book returns In response to customer requests, Solihull Library Service has organised more time slots for residents to safely drop their library books back. Time slots are: 10am – 1pm on Wednesday 15 July at Balsall Common, Castle Bromwich,...

After 4th July we can…

The UK Government is continuing to ease restrictions in a manner that is safe, cautious and consistent with their plan. At this stage: We can meet in groups of up to two households (anyone in your support bubble counts as one household) in any location – public...

Neighbourhood Watch, Summer Burglary Prevention Advice

We know that the lockdown means lots of people are holidaying at home this year. Hopefully the weather will be great and you can enjoy barbeques, bike rides, day trips, picnics and even a dip in the paddling pool. We have a few tips for you to prevent burglary so...

Latest Message from Solihull Council’s leader

Stay alert, control the virus, save lives – and keep social distancing The next few days will see yet more steps on our road to recovery. Tentative they may be, but we are gradually unravelling the lockdown in a managed way, bringing more shops and businesses back to...

Latest message from Solihull Council’s leader

Stay alert, control the virus, save lives – and keep social distancing Today we are publishing our local Covid-19 Outbreak Control Implementation Plan. In light of yesterday’s government announcement about the first full local lockdown in Leicester, it is more...

Government advice on visiting public places

You can spend time outdoors, including for exercise, as often as you wish. At all times, you should follow the guidance on group sizes and the guidance on staying safe outside your home – see the 12 points below. If you can, you should avoid using public...

Government guidance from 4th July…

Covid-19 restrictions will be eased from 4 July, this will mean: You can meet in groups of up to two households (your support bubble counts as one household) in any location – public or private, indoors or outdoors. You do not always have to meet with the same...