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Leisure Leagues protesters outside Tudor Grange Leisure Centre in Solihull

Leisure League told to leave Tudor Grange Leisure Centre

Leisure Leagues staged a protest outside Tudor Grange Leisure Centre in Solihull after they were told that they must leave the facility when their contract finishes at the end of this month.

Katrina Davey-Reid flies the Malawian flag outside the gates of Saint Martin's School in the build up to her epic 75km challenge on June 28.

Katrina's team in gear to raise Malawi funds

A team from Solihull's Saint Martin's School is preparing to cross the distance of Lake Malawi on bike.

Rosie Donnaghey with instructor Callum Hawthorne.

Rosie is a blooming little belter, says proud coach

Rosie Donnaghey marked her debut kickboxing competition with a fine win as she was crowned the Solihull Open Champion.

Janet Street-Porter

Loose Woman Janet in stroke walk appeal

Janet Street-Porter is urging Solihull residents to support stroke victims at Tudor Grange Leisure Centre.

Gym will now form part of new regeneration scheme for Shirley

Plans to site a 24 hour gym in Shirley’s new Parkgate scheme have been given the official go ahead

Hall Green teenager in charity swim challenge

HALL Green teenager Lewis Oseman will be swimming 229 lengths of the pool to help raise money for a life-changing trip to Madagascar.

Lockers at Tudor Grange Leisure Centre

Drug addict told to stay away from leisure centres following thefts from lockers

A mum-of-two has been banned from all leisure centres and health clubs while she awaits sentence for stealing personal items from lockers to fund her £70 a day drug habit

Olympic medallist Murray triumphs at British Modern Pentathlon Games in Solihull

OLYMPIC silver medallist Samantha Murray produced a fine all-round display to win her first British Modern Pentathlon Championships crown in Solihull last Saturday.

Olympic stars line up at Tudor Grange this weekend for Modern Pentathlon Championships

Two Olympic medallists and a reigning world champion are among the athletes battling it out for honours at the British Modern Pentathlon Championships in Solihull this weekend.

Kingsbury swimmers make a splash

KINGSBURY Aquarius took part in the Solihull Senior Gala last Saturday at Tudor Grange Leisure Centre and came away with a fantastic win for the third year running.

Solihull Council launches fitness courses

HELPING locals keep those New Year’s resolutions, Solihull Council is launching two courses on fitness and healthy eating next week.

Swimmers pay more during school holidays.

THE manager of Tudor Grange Leisure Centre has defended a decision to charge peak rates for swimming sessions during the school holidays.

Solihull to hold its own Paralympic Games

SOLIHULL is holding its own paralympic sports day to celebrate the coming of the London Games 2012.

Parents join fight against hours reduction at creche

PARENTS of disabled children have joined a campaign to stop the council slashing the opening hours of a popular borough creche.

Firefighter plans to meet with Solihull Council over changes to creche.

A FIREFIGHTER campaigning to keep a gym creche open full time is planning to take her fight to Solihull Council.

Mums in Solihull slam creche reduction hours

A BOROUGH firefighter has warned she will hose down any plans to close a local creche following a council announcement to slash the opening hours of the facility.

Thief breaks into teen's car for £3

A THIEF, who caused over a £100 worth of damage to a student’s car, got away with a meagre £3.

Petition signed by 200 Solihull residents following cuts to creche facilities.

A 200-strong petition is due to be handed to Solihull Council following cuts made to two leisure centre creches in the borough.

Solihull CAB says thank you to volunteers

Volunteers and staff from all three offices at Citizens Advice Solihull Borough enjoyed a ‘Volunteer Thank You’ event held at Tudor Grange Leisure Centre last Wednesday afternoon during National Volunteer Week.

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.

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