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Dog Fouling

As we are all aware, dog fouling continues to be an issue within the village. There is now an online portal for reporting dog fouling directly to Solihull MBC - please click on here to access it. Please do use this and help to make our streets...

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HS2 Receives Royal Assent

HS2 has now cleared both House of Parliament and received Royal Assent. This means that preparatory works can now begin including ground works, moving utilities and environment and habitat protection for wildlife before major construction begins. We understand that...

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March 2017

Welcome to Our New Parish Clerk Our new Parish Clerk, Julie Barnes, started work with us at the end of January.  Julie is a mum of two young children and lives near Solihull.  She has been very enthusiastic at getting to grips with her new role and is already doing a...

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Broadband Subsidy Scheme – Do You Qualify?

We have received the following information about a Broadband Subsidy Scheme.  The UK government is committed to providing every home and business across the country with access to a basic broadband service.  If you can’t get a broadband speed of at least 2Mb per...

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A New Year, A New Parish Clerk

As many Parishioners will be aware, Julie Richardson has left her role as Parish Clerk.  She has worked with us for the past six years and she will be sorely missed.  We wish Julie all the best for the future. The Parish Council has now appointed a new Parish Clerk -...

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February 2017 Newsletter

Spring is not too long around the corner and we are sure that Parishioners are all looking forward to some spring flowers and warmer weather!  This February edition of the Newsletter includes updates on the key issues in the Parish including HS2, the Neighbourhood...

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February 2017

Solihull Local Plan Review The consultation period on the revised Solihull Local Plan has been extended and now closes on 17th February.  It should be noted that the Plan includes a determination on prospective housing sites in the Borough up to 2033.  One site for...

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A Big Thank You from the Rotary Club of Meriden

The Rotary Club of Meriden would like to thank all those villagers who gave so generously to the Santa Sleigh Collection. The two nights in Hampton raised £787.85 and the total event raised £2022.85. All of this money will be going to local homeless charities. The...

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