new members - Interested?
Cheswick Green Residents Association is on the lookout
for new committee members.
As a group we do our best to look after our village and
put on number of annual events such as Party in the
Park, Coach Trips and the Children's Christmas and New
Years Eve parties. However a number of committee members
will be leaving us in May and we need new people with an
interest in the village. If you would like help to keep these
events running, we would love to
hear from you. You can email
come along to one of our informal meetings in the
village hall held 1st Wednesday of the month at 8pm.
Cheswick Green Village
||Our Village Hall is regularly
used by local groups including Under 2's, Youth Club, Simone
School Of Dance, Dog Training, Craft Club, Brownies, WI and the
Over 50's Exercise Class. It
can also be hired for private parties and other events.
The booking clerk can be contacted on 01564 703293.
For more detailed hall information click here
The Residents Association meets once a month in the Village Hall
and aims to look after the interests of residents of the
village. We also organise events including 'Party in the Park',
Children's Christmas Party and various Day Trips.
You can see pictures of some of these events in the
Next meeting Wednesday, 5th June
Possible Development of Cheswick Green
The Solihull Local Development Framework Planning
Inquiry took place on 10th January. A representative
from the Residents Association attended the Inquiry and
spoke putting forward the views of residents and
objecting to the proposed development of 200 houses on
the site known as Mount Dairy Farm, a green field site
bordering Coppice Walk, Willow Drive and Saxonwood Road.
It has also been proposed to build 600 houses on land at
Blythe Valley and that would have a major impact on
Cheswick Green. The decision of the Planning Inspector
as to whether these sites should be included within or
excluded from the Solihull Plan should be known in a few
As soon as the results of the inquiry become known they
will be published on this website. You can have your say
using the notice board to the right.