The Knowle Streamside Trust manages a tract of woodland to the rear of Wychwood Avenue, Knowle, and The Management Committee reports to Solihull Council as Trustees. The Management Committee is made up of the 3 Ward Councillors and 3 elected members resident in Knowle and holds its meetings in Knowle Library. The term of office is 3 years and the term for the current resident members expires on 31st March 2018. Anybody who is interested in becoming a member can register their interest with the Public Realm Team at email@example.com. Full details of the role of members and the application process opens in the document “Advertisement”. The chair of the Knowle Streamside Trust (Councillor Alan Rebeiro) would also be happy to discuss the duties and responsibilities of the Management Committee – firstname.lastname@example.org
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2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Knowle Conservation Area, in which the Society played a major part. It covers most of the High Street and parts of the roads adjoining it. The establishment has had a great influence in preserving the best of this area and in guiding the developments to protect its character.
The document describing the Area and its ‘rules’ can be found at:-
This leads me to mention the most important local document since then – the Neighbourhood Plan. This has reached a critical stage where it needs your help and input. As you will know it is being produced by the Neighbourhood Forum, a body established at Knowle Society’s initiative. The Plan is now at its final Draft stage and the Forum is extremely keen to get your views on it, to ensure it is as good as it possibly can be.
Consultation on the Knowle, Dorridge and Bentley Heath Draft Neighbourhood Plan ends at midnight on the 12 January 2018. Make sure your views are known before it’s too late!
The Draft Plan can be viewed online at:-
and reference copies are available at Knowle Library. Printed copies of the Draft Neighbourhood Plan are available to borrow for up to a week from Liz Hulse 07598 641463 or DDRA 01564 772410.
Please look at this and comment, even if only on one or two of the sections.
MONDAY JANUARY 15th
At this meeting Sara Rooney will describe the ways in which Public Health is maintained in the 21st Century. This, often hidden, topic is one that should interest everyone as it is fundamental to the continuing health and prosperity of everyone in society.
Everyone is welcome at this meeting at:-
DON’T FORGET THE BOXING DAY WALK
ALL WELCOME, BRING YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY & NEIGHBOURS
PANICKING OVER MAKING THE LAST POSTAL COLLECTION?
Many post boxes outside the village centre have latest weekday collections at or around 09.00. There are a few that have later collection times (usually 16.00) and these are the boxes at the junction of Tilehouse Green Lane and Longdon Road, the junction of Station Road and Barcheston Road, the end of Lady Byron Lane near the Warwick Road and now also the box in Wychwood Avenue which will enable residents in Langfield Road, Arden Vale Road and adjoining roads to benefit from a later collection without having to visit (and park in) the village centre.
LATEST POSTING DATES FOR CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR :-
|Fri 22 Dec
||Special Delivery Guaranteed Saturday Delivery
|Thur 21 Dec
||Special Delivery Guaranteed
|Thur 21 Dec
||1st Class and 1st Class Signed For
|Wed 20 Dec
||2nd Class and 2nd Class Signed For
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH-ON
MONDAY 27th NOVEMBER FROM 4pm
MUSIC, REFRESHMENTS & FATHER CHRISTMAS