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Liam Barron (left) and Mia Whitehouse with Everywhere Travel MD Stephanie O'Reilly.

Solihull youngsters a step closer to dream holiday win

Solihull pupils from two secondary schools are hoping members of the public will vote and send one of them with their family on a dream holiday worth £600.

Langley School in Olton

'Stranger danger' alert is sparked by new incidents

Parents have been issued with a fresh 'stranger danger' alert following two cases where children were approached by men on Monday morning.

William Sedgwick (Alderbrook), Vic Scutt (Light Hall), Solihull Mayor Coun Joe Tildesley and John Burton (Lode Heath).

School farewell to three head teachers

There were emotional scenes at three Solihull secondary schools this week as pupils and staff said a sad farewell to their headteachers.

First Solihull Festival events announced

First details have emerged about some of the events that will form part of this year’s Solihull Festival

Borough students elected as youth members of Parliament.

A PARK Hall Academy student has been elected as the new member of the UK Youth Parliament for Solihull.

Delight as Solihull duo elected to Youth Parliament

A PARK Hall Academy student has been elected as the new member of the UK Youth Parliament for Solihull.

Solihull writer Lindsey nails book at second attempt

ARCHERY enthusiast Lindsey Parsons, who grew up in the borough, has hit the target by writing her first novel.

A Solihull school has been fined after a year 7 pupil was injured during a D&T lesson

A SOLIHULL school has been ordered by the courts to pay £8,500 after an 11-year-old pupil was injured while using a bench sanding machine.

Appeal for barber for Solihull group's Sweeney Todd

A SOLIHULL theatre group is in need of a “demon barber” to work with them on publicity for their forthcoming production of Sweeney Todd.

Celebration as students buck trend

Most borough schools have been celebrating improved results with Langley headteacher Phil Talbot calling his pupils’ GCSEs grades, ‘the best we’ve ever had.’

Brilliant Solihull GCSE pupils buck the national trend

SOLIHULL students have bucked the trend with record-breaking GCSE results, despite there being a first-time ever drop in grades nationally.

Delights for Solihull's A level students

A-LEVEL students have celebrated another successful year at sixth-forms across Solihull.

Solihull karate kids in the medals

UP and coming Ruach Shotokan Karate students Khazim Mahmood aged 14, and Rosie Burgess aged nine both won medals at their first external competition - the Randolph Williams Memorial Championships in Milton Keynes last Saturday.

A LIFE-size ship sails into Birmingham next week for one of the biggest outdoor performances ever seen in the West Midlands.

Dancers and aerialists will perform in and around an enormous vessel in the centre of Birmingham’s Victoria Square, accompanied by a choir, live music and original film projections from the award-winning Logela Multimedia.

Gulf War hero receives award

A FALKLANDS and Gulf War veteran, who has served 31 years in the Royal Navy, has received a special award.

Solihull netball star Chloe Reynolds in England trial

A 16-year-old Solihull schoolgirl has been selected to trial for the England Under-17 netball squad.

Solihull brothers have the write stuff for comedy novel

BOROUGH brothers Mark and Jon Penny have published the second in their series of “comedy detective” novels.

Duo keeping it in the family for novel sequel

BOROUGH brothers Mark and Jon Penny have published the second in their series of “comedy detective” novels.

Nick brings home top title

TUNEFUL dad Nick Clarke has become the first singer to be crowned Solihull Musician of the Year.

Welcome return for musical star Mark

FROM am-dram shows at Solihull Library Theatre to award-winning West End musicals, it’s been quite a ride for Mark Powell.

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