Parish Council and Arden Hall update, revised 11th May 2020

Whilst Arden Hall and the playing field’s pavilion remain closed, the temporary restrictions on public access to all the parish council’s open spaces are to be lifted from Wednesday 13th May. We trust all visitors will follow the new social etiquette for...

Mental Health Helplines UK

Whether you’re concerned about yourself or a loved one, these helplines and support groups can offer expert advice: Anxiety UK Charity providing support if you have been diagnosed with an anxiety condition. Phone: 03444 775 774 (Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 10pm;...

Hardship funding for care workers, Solihull Council

Are you a care worker living or working in Solihull? Solihull Council has set up a special fund to support you if you’re experiencing financial hardship during the Covid-19 crisis. Grants are being offered to workers providing care to people in their own homes or in a...

Wildlife Ways update

Wildlife Ways Update Issue 14 Wildlife Ways Update – Issue 14 Welcome to the Wildlife Ways Stay Connected bulletin, giving you all the latest news about this exciting £16.8 million programme. Take a walk around our Wildlife Ways We worked with Local Democracy...

Leader of Solihull Council, latest message

Stay alert, control the virus, save lives – and keep social distancing Another fine bank holiday and for the first time in 15 years I was on my bike and tackling the Knowle bends. When out and about doing my essential shopping, it was good to see that people were, in...

Solihull Council invites care workers to apply for new hardship fund

Solihull Council has set up a special fund to support care workers who are experiencing financial hardship during the Covid-19 crisis. The fund, administered by The Care Workers’ Charity, will offer grants to care workers employed in care and support services in the...

Emergency cycling and walking measures for Covid-19 recovery

Solihull Council is considering an emergency programme of cycling and walking measures to aid social distancing and access to local employment, schools and shops across the borough. A report ‘COVID19 – Emergency Walking & Cycling Measures’ will be discussed at...

Message from Councillor Ian Courts, Leader of Solihull Council

Stay alert, control the virus, save lives – and keep social distancing It was heartening to find out that these messages are actually being read widely.  As ever, you should always be careful what you wish for, as the last 48 hours has demonstrated. So far I have been...

E-mail safety

Safe email The Get Safe Online Team have been in touch via neighbourhoodalert.co.uk … Email has always been the fraudsters’ favourite way to scam you. During the Coronavirus pandemic it’s become even worse. Read our expert tips on how to spot and...

Message from Solihull Council’s leader

Stay alert, control the virus, save lives – and keep social distancing Another weekend of lockdown passes, albeit with some easing of lockdown restrictions. Reading the news and speaking to our local police teams, most people followed the guidelines and observed...

Fly tipping

Having had more time than usual to tackle all those home tidying jobs we’ve been putting off for ages there is probably a lot more rubbish that needs to be disposed of. Please don’t be tempted to fly-tip. We have received advice on how to deal responsibly...