A SOLIHULL motorist has slammed local police after he was slapped with a £30 parking ticket outside his own home.
TRANSPORTING visitors back in time to days gone by, the annual Oakes and Shires event is taking place this Saturday (November 17).
Hound of the Baskervilles, a full directorial debut for Sami Moghraby, runs from November 12-17.
GOLF legends are appearing at Nailcote Hall in Berkswell from Tuesday August 7-10.
VANDALISM which left Solihull Council with a bill of over £60,000 has been blamed for the authority’s controversial decision to turn Mell Square’s car park into a pay and display.
OPINION was divided in Shirley as shoppers and local businesses reacted to the news that Parkgate had finally been given the green light.
I REFER to the letter by K J Bates in last week’s Solihull News entitled ‘Watch the prices’.
ON returning from a short holiday I read that our Council Leader Mr Meeson believes that the Cabinet type of administration now active in Solihull precludes the majority of councillors taking a strong and active part in the administration of local government and they are just acting as a rubber stamp to The Few.
ON May 27 six elderly gentlemen set off from the far outposts of this green and pleasant land in high spirits, looking forward to an RAF reunion dinner in central Birmingham.
DEEP and damaging secrets are revealed in the latest production from Hall Green Little Theatre later this month.
I keep seeing letters about how glad people are that Asda has been stopped and that we do not need a new supermarket in Solihull, but while they have been doing this no one has noticed that a supermarket is coming through the back door.
Congratulations on an excellent April Fool front page story last week - Kicked Out and Angry (Solihull News) - revealing that West Midlands Police is forcing officers with over 30 years experience to take retirement as part of cost cutting measures.
Shirley Advance has appealed against the decision to refuse planning permission for their 2010 Parkgate plan on the basis of insufficient parking.
The letter published last week from Mr Eames regarding Balsall Parish Council contains a number of errors which need clarifying.
I WOULD like you to pass on a warning that shopping at Morrison’s Solihull could turn out to be very expensive, if you go over the two and half hours allowed time.
PARKING charges in Solihull town centre car parks are to increase in the New Year.
Regrettably the problems of the Labour/Liberal Democrat administration at Solihull Council are not just about defections and the Deputy Leader’s resignation (Solihull News).
People who use two of the town centre’s car parks are being advised about work that will be taking place at the end of the month.
DURING our survey of over 1,200 Knowle residents two objections are paramount in the eyes of the 85 per cent of people who oppose the current Waitrose superstore.