Promote your events and press releases in Solihull for FREE! Forgotten Password? | Register | Login

Explore Solihull

What is TownTalk?

Solihull TownTalk is your guide to your town centre, with everything you need to know to make your visit even more enjoyable.

If shopping is your thing, then search our Solihull Shopping Directory for a complete guide to Solihull shops and businesses. Or you're looking to eat out in Solihull

For Solihull News, we have all the latest local information and to find out what's on in Solihull; click on the Solihull Events Guide.

Read More

Welcome to...


The Monthly Fair at Fentham Hall features 28 stalls with a wide range of Vintage, Retro, Antiques, Collectables, Militaria and much more Midland Fairs is a long-established, family-run Fair which has been in business for over 20 years. We and our many..

Read More


If you’re searching for a spooktacular time this October half term, then look no further as Touchwood is bringing some frightfully fun Halloween entertainment to the Centre for young ‘ghouls’ and boys to enjoy! Between Monday 29th October to Friday 2nd November, guests will be greeted throughout the week by a series of creepy..

Read More

Russian State Ballet - Swan Lake

The highly acclaimed Russian State Ballet return to the Belgrade with three fantastic ballets accompanied by a live, 30 piece orchestra. On Thursday 1 November, our Main Stage hosts Swan Lake – a timeless ballet with exquisite dancing. One hundred and..

Read More


A new study has revealed that Birmingham is the third most toxic city in the UK, with one of the highest carbon emission rates, number of power stations and number of substations when compared to other UK cities. The study, conducted by Good Move, analysed carbon emissions, active power stations, sewage treatment plants, electrical substations,..

Read More

Persimmon hands over rugby centre to Bournville Rugby Club

Bournville Rugby Club has taken ownership of its first permanent home in its 109 year history, built on derelict playing fields in Edgbaston. Persimmon Homes Central, in partnership with the rugby club, developed the 14 acre site on the former Avery and M&B recreation grounds in the Summerfield area of the city that had remained unused for the past 30 years. Persimmon owned the site but as part of a Section 106 agreement gifted it – along with a financial package to develop the facility – to..

Read More

Cash boost to help pre-school continue to serve community

A regional housebuilder has given a £1,000 donation to help a Solihull pre-school buy much-needed equipment. St Margaret’s Pre-school was chosen by Persimmon Homes Central to become one of its Community Champions. The scheme invites local groups and charities to bid for a match-funded donation of up to £1,000. Spokeswoman Gemma Mucklow said: “As a charity incorporated organisation, we are dedicated to supporting both the development and education..

Read More


Fentimans Solicitors

Read More

Back to Top