Stay home, protect our NHS and save lives! Everyone is at risk at this time As I write this, we have had the news that the Prime Minister has been taken into Intensive Care. If this is not a measure of the seriousness of this illness, which will attack anyone, then what is? Our prayers […]
Remember please: Stay home, protect our NHS and save lives! At yesterday’s briefing from the Prime Minister, I heard the latest total of fatalities – a record – and yet more people are getting ill with Covid-19 and the peak is a way off yet. This virus has turned everyone’s lives upside down: the experts […]
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West Midlands Combined Authority have established a Community Support Hub website. It can be accessed from this link.
Officers from Solihull Council’s Regulatory Services have been checking that licensed premises, such as pubs, restaurants and clubs, are closed. Businesses which do not follow COVID-19 restrictions will be issued with prohibition notices. Businesses which fail to comply will receive fines and could also face the loss of their alcohol licence. There will be no […]
Following the Government announcement, the play area on the Recreation Ground and in Bickenhill is now CLOSED in order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Your understanding and patience in this matter is much appreciated.
Stay Home, protect our NHS and save lives. I am pleased that people do seem to be heeding the advice and are now staying at home. This, along with keeping your distance, is the most important action we can take to fight coronavirus; it’s all about reducing the spread of infection by minimising day to […]
Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday introduced significant social restrictions, which touch on everyone’s lives across the West Midlands. These are unprecedented in peacetime and I know will be hard on you and your families. I want to assure you that my officers and staff will continue to work every hour of every day to […]
So the penny didn’t drop with some of our fellow citizens about “social distancing”. The threat of casualties is every bit as high as in a war, except this enemy does not drop bombs, it is invisible. A bout of sunny, early spring weather over the weekend, and out they went, even in the town […]
The collection of Green Garden waste has been suspended by Solihull Council until further notice. Solihull MBC will be moving their resources that they would have used to provide the garden waste service to support the normal delivery of their rubbish and recycling services. Bickenhill Waste site has also been closed with immediate effect.