Please find posted the latest Neighbourhood Newsletter covering the Rural section of Solihull. I post this primarily for Blythe ward but all other rural wards are included in the newsletter: Newsletter Nov 2014

It is worth reading because it has information on E.coli found by the food safety teams on some Trendy Food Platters. There is also a request from local police for volunteers to join a Kin Individual Network (KIN).

Specific to Monkspath area is a rise in ASB in the Shelly Crescent area, with police teams targeting this, and boy racers in Tesco and McDonalds car parks.

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