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.
Residents of Sutton Coldfield are encouraged to book their tickets for Concerts in the Park on Saturday 30 June as they go on general release this week. Following the success of last summer, the CBSO will again headline the event. Concert Organisers have this week announced Down for the Count as the support act. Down for the Count are one of the UK’s most in-demand vintage bands, performing a delectable
Information on the candidates standing for election to the Town Council on 3rd May is now available. Persons nominated to stand in the new electoral wards that come into effect at the May election are listed in the attached document.
The Town Council has now entered the period known as purdah – this is the run up to local elections which will take place on Thursday 3rd May 2018. Business will continue as usual, but while Councillors are campaigning in the elections, no major policy decisions will be taken and no major announcements will be made. In this time the Town Council will not retweet or share political opinion or
Four Sutton Coldfield schools have been recognised by the Mayor for their enthusiasm and commitment to the environment as they showcase their outstanding projects. Banners Gate Primary, Langley Special School, Mere Green Primary and Moor Hall Primary were all presented with £500. These schools were picked by the Mayor as having the most exciting projects and planned works. Last September, all primary schools in the town were invited to apply
Since tickets were released last week we have allocated 4,500 tickets for the Town Council’s FREE Sunday Concert on Sunday 1 July. Performances by local community choirs and acts are a big part of the Sunday programme. We want to ensure there are tickets for those performers and their families and have therefore decided not to allocate any more tickets for the Sunday concert until those acts are confirmed. This is expected
More green spaces, better links between station and the town centre, more pedestrianised areas and more independent shops – these were the ideas for improving the town that the residents of Sutton Coldfield presented at the annual Town Meeting last night. The meeting, held at the Trinity Centre, was organised by Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council. It gave a chance for residents to hear what the Council has been working