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HRC Recycling Centre Closure. Upgrades Announced.

In a press release from Birmingham City Council, released today, Birmingham residents are being told that Perry Barr Household Recycling Centre (HRC) will be undertaking major improvements leading to its temporary closure on the 31st of July 2021. Some improvements included for their re-opening of Spring 2023 are: Removal of steps to containers on the site, making it easier for members of the public to use. Visitor entrances, removing the […]

todayJuly 1, 2021

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Should Mobile Phones Be Banned in Schools?

There is speculation that mobile phones could be banned from schools as a way to discipline children returning to what they desire to be a calm environment for them. The Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has expressed that he wants to encourage school days to become 'mobile-free'. His concerns for the phones are not just under the worry that pupils may become distracted, but Gavin Williamson has shown concern for it […]

todayJune 29, 2021

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Face Masks Are Back at Solihull Secondary Schools.

Solihull Council announced today in a press release that due to the increase of COVID-19 cases in the area, Solihull's Director of Public Health, Ruth Tennant has began advising that secondary school head teachers start to reintroduce and enforce face coverings for pupils attending school of Year 7 upwards in their lessons as well as communal areas. Ruth Tennant explained, "For the last few weeks of this school term, I […]

todayJune 28, 2021

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Car Shows and Events Cause Queues!

There were many drivers hoping for a relaxing drive this Sunday near the beautiful scenery of south Warwickshire, however, they may want to rethink this after a series of events caused a lot of backed up traffic today. Fosse Way, near Leamington Spa, has caused some standstill queues some even reaching near to a mile in length according to eye witnesses and Coventry Live. It has been speculated that the […]

todayJune 27, 2021

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An Angelic Tribute for Farley Kidner Fills the Skies.

It was reported around 2 days ago from the Express & Star about a beautiful tribute put in place for 17 year old Farley Kidner, who passed away in his sleep. These tributes included not only floral arrangements presented, but photographs as well as balloons let off in memory of Farley at his old school of Coppice Performing Arts School in Wednesfield, Wolverhampton. The tributes were attended by many who […]

todayMay 6, 2021 2

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Solihull Fitness Centres Reopen to More Than 6,000 Gym-Goers in Their First Fortnight.

Solihull’s leisure centres saw more than 6,000 people upon their return. Solihull Council welcomed people back into their centres around April 12th after their three months of closure due to the UK’s lockdown for Covid-19. It’s shown that gyms have received a 50% increase on those attending, pulling their numbers from 4,056 towards 6,451 visits instead. Many leisure centres have been reopening in coordination of the Government's roadmap to full […]

todayMay 3, 2021

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Children and Young People Welcomed To Use New Mental Health Services in Coventry.

Coventry have just announced a new digital counselling and support service for young people and children called Kooth. Kooth is available for those aged 11-25 and is free to use. This service is a safe, confidential and anonymous way for all young people across Coventry to access emotional well-being and early intervention mental health support. This project was funded jointly between City Council and Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group […]

todayApril 12, 2021

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Ruth Tennant Expresses Concern Over COVID Rate Growing.

Solihull Council released a urgent message from Solihull's Director of Public Health, Ruth Tennant today expressing concern of the COVID rate suddenly rise. The rate of COVID cases was around 54.1 on the 4th of March 2021, but as of today, Solihull Council reports that the rate has gone up to 83.2 per a 100,000 instead! A rise of 117-180 cases, now making Solihull one of the third highest in […]

todayMarch 16, 2021

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Young Man and Teen Fight for Life After VW Golf Hits Wall in Walsall Crash!

Around 1:00am on the 14th of March, this last Sunday, a VW Golf smashed into the nearby wall on Mellish Road leaving both the 22-year-old and the 17-year-old in critical condition. Pictures from the scene show a ruined wall sealed off and sand spread across the road. A spokesperson for the West Midlands Police is appealing to the public for any information in regards to the crash including: Witnesses of […]

todayMarch 15, 2021

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