The PC are working on a new accessible website, and we really need some new good quality photos of the village for the home page. If you would like to see your photo on our website – please forward them to firstname.lastname@example.org A prize will be awarded for each one used.
Solihull Council has announced plans for an online booking system for trips to Bickenhill Household Waste and Recycling Centre (HWRC) which will go live next month. Solihull Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment and Highways, Cllr Ken Hawkins, said: “We recognise that social distancing will be with us for a long time to come and that implementing […]
Applications open for free tree scheme Solihull residents and local groups are invited to apply for free trees as part of a scheme to promote the planting of traditional native trees in the borough. The Arden Free Tree scheme is run by Solihull Council in partnership with Birmingham Airport and is open to individuals or […]
This mess in the car park behind Mortons has to be removed by Dickens Heath Management Co, SMBC won’t do it. And that means those paying the service charge to DHMC will end up footing the bill. If anyone sees this happening again – please can we ask you to take a registration number (or […]
Dickens Heath PC has not yet reopened the playground, but we are aware that it is being used again. We will therefore endeavour to officially reopen it tomorrow, Monday July 6th. No inspections have been done during lockdown, and so this is our first priority – to ensure that it is safe to use. The […]
The Government has announced that playgrounds can reopen from July 4th onwards – but this is only if they are ‘covid-19 safe’. The Parish Council is awaiting guidance from SMBC on a covid-19 risk assessment and appropriate signage. We cannot therefore confirm a date for its reopening. We are sorry if this is disappointing – […]
Are you planning on spending time outdoors? Play your part in helping to keep our environment clean and litter-free: bring a bag to take your rubbish home with you to throw away or recycle. Don’t leave rubbish next to a full bin. Litter ruins our great outdoors by harming our wildlife and polluting our waters. […]