|22 May 2013 - 7:00pm – Brueton Park & River Blythe Walk – Meet at Bentley Heath car park - NOT the Community Centre car park.|
|17 June 2013 - 8:00pm – The History of the Templar Knights – Knowle Village Hall|
|19 June 2013 - 7:00pm – Canal & fields via Henwood Mill & Ravenshaw Walk – Meet in Old Barston Lane. Turn off Jacobean Lane under the M42 into Henwood Lane and then immediately left into Old Barston Lane - park beyond the houses.|
It is with great sadness that we have learnt today (8th February 2013) that Gary Masters, a recent former Chairman of The Knowle Society and before that the long-serving chairman of the Society's Community Services committee, died in hospital this morning after a period of indifferent health.
The Society has invited Paul Tovey from SMBC to give us a short presentation on SMBC's strategy for introducing ticketed free parking and charging in Knowle (and across Solihull). This will be followed by comments and questions.
Monday 25th February at Knowle Village Hall from 8.00-9.30pm. Doors will open at 7.30pm.
May we remind you that the hall will only accommodate 200, so it will be on a first-come-first-served basis.
(This is part of the public consultation process and is quite separate from the Kimberley Development's planning application for a Waitrose store.)
We have received notification of a public consultation about proposed flight path changes at Birmingham Airport and believe that this will be of interest to our members. This will be held in the Village Hall:
Monday 21st January 1000-1200
Monday 28th January 1900-2100
The poster has not reproduced well on this website so the text is repeated below.
This annual event was a great hit as usual. A cooperative venture between The Knowle Society and Knowle Traders, it enjoys the support of the Knowle & Dorridge Lions Club, the Parish Church, the Ardennaires (from Arden Academy) the police, friends from the Royal British Legion and of course Father Christmas himself. The event is a significant start to Chrismas for young and old and is an important part of the traders' bid to attract and retain business into Knowle.