Cheswick Green Residents Association
Website admin – Ian Sill: Telephone: 702653
Cheswick Green Village Hall Booking Enquiries:
17 Cheswick Way
Telephone: 07910 515204
Cheswick Green Parish Council
Mrs M Zizzi, Clerk to the Council
Cheswick Green Village Hall
Telephone: 01564 70 0168
Hockley Heath Parish Council
Hockley Heath Recreation Ground
Old Warwick Road
Cheswick Green School
Cheswick Green Preschool Playgroup
Green Trees Centre,
The Village Surgery
Telephone for Appointments 01564 70 3662
Cheswick Green Methodist Church
Cheswick Green Methodist Church are a small, friendly congregation including members from 0-90 who gather for worship in Cheswick Green Primary School on Sunday mornings from 10-11a.m.
Contact Rev Vicki Atkinson.
St Patricks Church
Local Policing In Blythe Ward
Telephone: 0845 113 5000 ext 7928 6265
Telephone: 0345 113 5000 ext 7928 6666
Please do not use email to report crime. If a crime is in progress, or a life in danger dial 999.
Ward Councillors (Blythe Ward)
Richard Holt (Con)
4 Brockhurst Lane, Dickens Heath, Solihull, B90 1RG
James Butler (Con)
18 Kitebrook Close, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4UQ
Solihull Observer Newspaper
Community Speedwatch (CSW)
A national initiative where active members of local communities join with the support of the Police to monitor speeds of vehicles using speed detection devices. Vehicles exceeding the speed limit are referred to the Police with the aim of educating drivers to reduce their speeds.
Hockley Heath Residents Association
Dickens Heath Parish Council
Tidbury Green Parish Council
Problems With Graffiti, Potholes, Ect
There is a useful website called FixMyStreet, Just enter your postcode, stick a pin in the map to show precisely where the problem is, type in your problem and off it goes to the council. You can even attach a photograph of the problem. FixMyStreet lets you browse the problems currently reported in your area.
A good residents’ association is one that is often a group of tenacious people wanting to serve their local community. They get things done and meet regularly to discuss housing, community or environmental matters affecting their community. They also willingly share information, knowledge and skills with accountability and transparency. They keep accurate records and make them available to their members, especially their accounts. They act democratically seeing themselves as serving their community not lauding it over residents. The most important thing is that people endeavour to work together to improve the physical conditions of where they live, campaign for better facilities and improve the sense of community in their area.