To fulfill our vision and work towards our key priorities (you can find out more about these in our strategic plan) there is always lots going on behind the scenes at the Town Council.
Ultimately, everything we do is to improve the resident’s experience and develop the town’s infrastructure and amenities for the better.
We will regularly update this news section with the latest information on our projects and events.
Building on the success of 2017 Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council’s Concerts in the Park returns to Sutton Park on Saturday 30 June and Sunday 1 July 2018. To remind audiences of the spectacular inaugural weekend in 2017, the Town Council have released a short-film. Concerts in the Park 2018 will deliver two days of amazing community events and concerts headlined by the world-renowned City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO).
The Mayor of Sutton Coldfield has thanked all those who supported his charity dinner on Friday night (2nd February). The event took place at Moor Hall Hotel and Spa and was held in aid of his chosen charity, the Cancer Support Centre. Guests raised a total of £3650. Mayor of Sutton Coldfield, Councillor David Pears said: “I am so pleased we raised a significant amount to support the good work
A local charity that supports around 70 young people is looking forward to a water tight future after being awarded a major grant. Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council has agreed to make a grant of £16,200 to the Sea Cadets to make urgent repairs to the roof of their boat shed. The grant was agreed at a meeting of Full Council on Wednesday 24th January. Peter Horrocks is Chair of
Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council is backing a national campaign to get half a million people out and about cleaning up their local communities. The Great British Spring Clean weekend will take place between Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th March. The Town Council is keen to hear from residents, businesses or community groups who would like to organise a clean-up over the weekend or during the month of March. The
Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council has revealed big ambitions to develop the play area at Sutton Park Town Gate and create an adventurous destination for the town’s younger residents. The plans are in three stages: This phase could include the development of eye-catching, adventurous equipment such as tall towers, slides climbing ropes, ‘communal swings’ and a possible aerial zip wire. These additions would be made within the boundaries of the
Voluntary groups across the town are celebrating as Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council granted over £20,000 to a range of good causes. The Amenities, Leisure and Community Services committee met last week (Wednesday 17th January) and agreed grants to seven separate organisations. A further £16,200 for the Sea Cadets, has been referred to the full meeting of the Town Council, due to the size of the grant. This brings a