A huge thankyou to the residents of Cheswick Green who came through for us last Sunday, donating over 100 food parcels for the Renewal food bank. The donations were delivered to Renewal the following day and we have just received the below letter of thanks.
It’s so brilliant to live in a village with such generous and kind neighbours.
Last Christmas Cheswick residents worked with the Renewal Church in Solihull to provide food parcels for the needy. The donations were distributed within the Borough to those with the greatest need.
As the Festive season approaches, we would like to repeat this exercise. Accordingly, would you please help us and donate a food parcel to this most worthy cause.
Please bring your food parcel (non-perishable food only) to the Village Hall on Sunday 19th December, our representatives will be near the steps from 3pm-4pm. Your donations will be delivered to Renewal the following morning.
We thank you all for your anticipated kindness which will make a big difference to many deserving families.
Green Residents Association is scheduled for Thursday 4th November, 8:00pm in the Village Hall. At this important meeting, we appoint a new committee, discuss our finances and set out plans for the coming year. We invite all Cheswick Green residents to join us, participate in the conversation and raise any new ideas or concerns. Your attendance will be most welcome CHESWICK GREEN RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
West Midlands Police have produced a crime prevention handbook which contains lots of information and advice to help keep you, your vehicle, valuables and house safe and secure. Crime_Prevention_Handbook.pdf
In June of this year, the Cheswick Green Residents Association alerted you all to the many flaws contained within the above planning application which would see the volume of pupils double. Having studied SMBC’s own Transport Assessment, concerns grew and legal guidance was sought. This led to the Cheswick Green Parish Council and Residents Association commissioning an independent survey to provide a transparent picture. Read More
We have been advised by Solihull Council that traffic calming measures at the above junction will commence on Monday 28th June. The work will require temporary four way traffic lights and some delays should be expected.