Public Meeting over Plans to Amalgamate Daylesford & Chapelfields Schools

Solihull Council is consulting on plans to merge these neighbouring schools in Lyndon. 

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101 Police Phone Service Reassurance

Good news from the Police; their 101 non-emergency phone service isn't taking ages to answer any more!

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Residents Angered by Council's Lack of Consultation

- Oak Cottage School Traffic Restrictions in Force from Sept 4th -

A survey by the Liberal Democrats shows that three quarters of residents living near Oak Cottage Primary School are angered by the lack of consultation over new traffic restrictions

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Solihull's NHS Crisis

As 'Bed Blocking' remains at warning levels, Solihull's NHS funding body is many millions short of cash. Solihull people oppose its plans to merge with Birmingham, and the reductions in local services that are then possible.

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Illegal Traveller Encampments

Solihull's Tory MP should stop blaming the Council & do more in Parliament

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New Website Launched for Reporting Crime

Will it relieve pressure on overstretched 101 Phone Service?  

West Midlands Police is trialling a new website that allows you to report crimes online.  

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Ten Key Local Issues and why you should vote Ade on 8 June

A Solihull resident for over 20 years, and campaigner and activist for many more, Ade shares the key local issues that he will focus on as your Lib Dem MP.

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98% of Solihull homes could be liable for the so-called ‘Dementia’ Tax

Ade Adeyemo joins his voice to a national movement calling on people to stop the Conservatives’ planned Dementia Tax.

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Lib Dem leader Tim Farron in Solihull to support our schools

Prospective Lib Dem MP Ade Adeyemo welcomed Lib Dem leader Tim Farron to Solihull to endorse Fair Funding for Solihull schools campaign.

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Lib Dems promise £30m extra for Solihull schools

Schools and colleges in Solihull Borough have been promised £30 million extra funding if the Liberal Democrats win power in the General Election on 8 June.

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