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.
Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council is backing the Eco Sutton Campaign after learning that the town’s air quality could be impacting on the health of young people John Heywood of Eco Sutton presented research to the Planning and Highways Committee last night (Tuesday 5th December). He outlined research that has been carried out into the air quality in the town, following extensive testing and analysis during school term times and
On Friday we issued a wraparound of the Sutton Coldfield Observer to communicate the work of the Town Council. The wrap around cost just over 10p per household in the Sutton Coldfield, calculated by dividing the cost by the number of households who receive a Council Tax bill for the precept. We also arranged for copies to be delivered to Falcon Lodge, which does not receive the Observer. Many thanks
Mayor of Sutton Coldfield, Councillor David Pears, has announced the names of 22 schools in the town that have signed up to his Eco Challenge. In September, all primary schools in Sutton Coldfield were invited to apply a £650 grant as part of the Mayor’s Eco Challenge 2017/18.
Over 40,000 spring bulbs have been planted around Sutton Coldfield today, organised and funded by Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council. Six gateway locations have been chosen around the town to welcome visitors. In spring next year they will be greeted to a wonderful display of early flowering yellow/orange daffodils in March followed by late, white flowering daffodils in April and to generate a longer flowering display blue camassi and alliums
The Town Council has agreed to fund four new defibrillators for the community in conjunction with the Community Heartbeat Trust. There are two locations in which the defibs have been installed and are operational: St Giles Hospice / The Cancer Centre – Lindridge Road Ian Hazels Funerals – Mere Green Moor Hall School is a further location and has the box installed but is awaiting registration with the Ambulance service
The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Derrick Griffin will be meeting some of the parents who will make good use of a new Autism support group service provided by Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council. Date: 11th September Time: 10:30am Where: Our Place, The Hub, 1&2 South Cottage, Farthing Lane, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1RN Parents and carers in Sutton Coldfield will now be able to access, one to one autism advice sessions in