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Category Archives: Community News

Zumba Fitness

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Strong by Zumba

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Notice of Vacancy for a Parish Councillor

N PARISH OF DICKENS HEATH There are only 6 candidates for the election to Dickens Heath Parish Council on May 2nd 2019, and so all are duly elected. There will therefore be 1 vacancy, and the Parish Council will co-opt to fill the vacancy. If you are interested please contact Helen Marczak, Parish Clerk by […]

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The Parish Council have Moved to the Library

As of this week, Dickens Heath Parish Council have moved in to share premises with Dickens Heath Library and will be located on the 1st floor. The co-location will help both of our organisations become more sustainable in the future and brings together two important local community services into the same building.  We also hope […]

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Reporting To The Police Online

Do you know you can report crime online … If it’s not 999 report online. You can report/live chat via  https://west-midlands.police.uk/ You can live chat between 8am and Midnight, Monday-Sunday. You can use live chat using many forms of IT, such as A Mobile phone, A Tablet, A Laptop or A computer. Our Live Chat function gives […]

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Parish Council Elections

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Road Closures Sunday 12th May

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Chairs Review of Year 2018/19

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Solihull Local Plan Review – Further Sites for Development

Solihull Local Plan Review – Further Sites for Development Thank you to all our residents for their numerous and comprehensive comments on the Solihull Local Plan Review Consultation and the additional proposed sites for development in Dickens Heath parish. We have taken these on board and will be objecting to site 4. A summary of […]

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Solihull Local Plan Review

Solihull Local Plan Review – proposed site for further housing in Dickens Heath. The Parish Council will be agreeing their response to this proposed site at their meeting next Tuesday March 12th 2019 starting at 6pm. This site, between Birchy Close and Whitlocks End, now includes a reduced number of 350 houses and loses all […]

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