National Day of Reflection – a message from the Mayor of Solihull

Today, 23 March 2021, marks one year since the announcement of the first lockdown following the start of the pandemic. Sadly, we have lost so many loved ones during this period and today is a chance to take a moment to reflect on those no longer with us, to think of...

Message from Councillor Ian Courts, Leader of Solihull Council

The vaccination programme continues to see hundreds of thousands of people getting their first jab each day. Even with the recent bad weather, it is good to see people determined to get their jab; my thanks go to the huge efforts of so many people all doing their bit...

More help available for Solihull households to keep warm this winter

People and households struggling to pay their fuel bills and to keep their household warm due to financial difficulties as a result of the COVID pandemic may be entitled to support as part of the COVID Winter Grant Scheme. The assistance is available via a fuel...

Help with food and fuel

If you need assistance with getting food due to the coronavirus we can help. Free school meals For details of free school meals provision during this national lockdown visit our Free school meals page. If you have any queries please contact Solihull Connect on 0121...

Message from Councillor Ian Courts, Leader of Solihull Council

Already 2.4 million have had their first vaccination, great progress, but we still have weeks to go before we are out of the current rising crisis. Solihull’s Director of Public Health has posted a summary of our current situation and I can really say no more. You can...

Message from Councillor Ian Courts, Leader of Solihull Council

Another lockdown, but infection numbers are skyrocketing.  The hospitals have been filling up with COVID patients, and we are seeing the onward march of this new COVID variant. So, the PMs broadcast on Monday night will not have been a surprise. I have been watching...