Please find posted the latest newsletter for the Rural Area of Solihull, which includes Blyth Ward. Some good results shown by partner agencies, especially regarding off road bikes. Newsletter May 2016
Not a usual post for me but a discussion, occurring on another social media platform, (twitter) made me feel I can add value to. Here, television presenter Nick Knowles was mentioning how we should value the police and the job they do. One issue is the confrontation police have to deal with and I have heard … More How would Dixon of Dock Green cope today?
Please find posted the February monthly newsletter for the Meriden area; includes all wards within the Meriden Constituency: Newsletter February 2016 final version
The final Monthly Neighbourhood Report (covering the whole of the Rural Sector, not just Blythe Ward) for December 2015 is posted here: Newsletter December 2015
Please find posted the latest monthly report from the Neighbourhood Teams representing the Rural Sector, which includes Blythe ward. Newsletter October 2015 Amongst other things, this month’s info includes deadlines for the closure of the mini-recycling sites around the borough. There is also a comment from Kath Hemming’s (Neighbourhood manager) ‘ I would like to give … More NEIGHBOURHOOD REPORT – October 2015
Please find posted the monthly neighbourhood team report for August and September. The report details activity by the partners in the Rural sector, including Blythe ward, with information on Crime Prevention, Fire Safety and protecting our environment. Newsletter August 2015 Newsletter Spetember 2015 A major theme in the report is Support to Success: Solihull Council has … More NEIGHBOURHOOD REPORT – AUGUST/SEPTEMBER
Please find posted the latest monthly Neighbourhood Report (from police, council and partners). It shows the work being undertaken in the Rural sector, which includes Blythe Ward. Information includes an event at Solihull Arts Complex in September about Broadband in the region. If you have issues and want to know more please pop along. There is … More NEIGHBOURHOOD REPORT – JULY 2015