At a recent Health and Adult Social Care Scrutiny Board Health and Adult Social Care Scrutiny Board I attended plans to improve access to adult social care provision in the borough were put before us to consider, specifically in respect of: Extra Care Development for Older People Care homes development Care at home development The … More Improving Access to Adult Social Care in Solihull
One of these years the Daily Express is going to get its headline predicting an extremely harsh winter right. However, even mildest winters have cold snaps and this bring concern for vulnerable, especially elderly people. This begs the question, ‘what can we all do to help?’ Well, as well as looking out for our vulnerable … More Winter Warmth in Solihull
I have made a formal request for Community Infrastructure (CIL) funds be made available for some improvements in Hillfield Local Nature Reserve (aka Monkspath Park). The park serves and is within three municipal wards; Blythe, St Alphege and Shirley South. Letter to Anne B One of the main improvements I request is planting on or near the … More CIL Funding for use in Hillfield Local Nature Reserve
As promised, another short walk that can be reached from Monkspath. This one uses a public footpath, crosses the M42 motorway and onwards to the river itself. Here children can walk in the shallows, where small fish can be found. The walk starts off Shelly Crescent, Monkspath, entering the tarmac footpath that runs parallel to … More River Blythe walk – from Monkspath
At yesterday Full Council meeting we received a presentation from Dave Martin, Independent Chair of Solihull Safeguarding Adults Board (SSAB) and Sue Walton – SSAB Business Manager. The purpose of the presentation was to present Solihull Safeguarding Adults Board’s: 2015-16 Annual Report. Adult Safeguarding 2015-16 Draft Annual Report viewable on line only Executive Summary in an … More ADULT SAFEGUARDING – SOLIHULL
Please find here the link to the Spring 2017 edition of this useful magazine: H&S_spring_2017 This edition has information about baby Boxes, Parkinson’s, Cardiac study and much more.
A great night last Friday, spent sleeping in a cardboard box in the large car park at the Renewal Centre, Lode Lane in aid of St Basils, who work with young people to prevent homelessness. You can find out more about the excellent work they do via their website: http://www.stbasils.org.uk/ The #SolihullSleepOut is in its … More SOLIHULL SLEEPOUT