Littering in Solihull parks and open spaces

The Leader of Solihull Council has asked local residents to respect Solihull’s parks and open spaces and take their litter home with them after the borough experienced an increase in littering over recent weekends. The changes to guidance over park use has resulted in many parks and outdoor spaces throughout the country becoming incredibly popular […]

Solihull MBC – Emergency cycling and walking measures

A range of emergency cycling and walking measures to aid social distancing and improve access to local businesses, schools and shops across the borough, were discussed at Councillor Ken Hawkins’ decision making session on 28.05.2020 at 6pm. The report looked at a number of temporary measures that could be taken to support a phased approach […]

HS2 Archaeology Webinar – Date Change

The Archaeology of HS2 – Uncovering the Curzon Street roundhouse, will now be broadcast live from 1pm – 2pm on Wednesday 3 June. All tickets will still be valid for the session on 3 June so if you have already registered, you do not need to do so again.

Broadband Survey – Deadline 8 June 2020

Access to good broadband connectivity is becoming increasingly important in peoples’ lives for work, study, leisure, recreation or simply keeping in touch with friends and family. At present, connectivity greatly varies across Bickenhill & Marston Green Parish. As a result, some residents are finding it difficult to take advantage of digital technology due to slow […]

Restricted vehicle access to Recreation Ground until further notice

Due to several anti-social disturbances occurring on the Recreation Ground in recent weeks, including last night which the Police attended, the Parish Council has unfortunately had to take the decision to restrict vehicular access to the Ground’s car park from 2:00 p.m today until further notice. The car park opening hours will be: Monday – […]