May 11, 2022

It’s time to Get Set for the Games! With the Commonwealth Games coming to the region this summer, it’s the perfect time to start planning so you don’t miss out on the opportunities they will bring.

Solihull Council will be holding drop in sessions across the borough to talk everything Commonwealth Games.

Whether you’re a resident or a business owner, these Get Set for the Games sessions will provide the most up-to-date information so you can prepare for the busy and exciting summer ahead.

Come and meet Louise, the Council’s Programme Manager for the Commonwealth Games, and Kate, who is leading the organisation of The Queen’s Baton Relay in the borough. They will be at the following places to hear your questions, concerns and ideas.

 

Date                                       Time                           Location

Monday 16th May             9.30 – 11.00       Chelmsley Wood Library

Monday 16th May            11.30 – 13.00      Marston Green Library

Friday 20th May               10.00 – 12.00      Knowle Library

Tuesday 24th May           12.00 – 14.00      Solihull Library

Tuesday 7th June             10.00 – 11.30      Olton Library

Thursday 9th June           10.00 – 11.30      Castle Bromwich Library

Thursday 9th June           13.00 – 14.00      Smiths Wood Library

Thursday 9th June           14.30 – 16.00      Kingshurst Library

Friday 10th June               14.30 – 16.00      Hampton In Arden Library

Monday 13th June          10.00 – 11.30      Balsall Common Library

Monday 13th June          14.00 – 15.30      Dickens Heath Library

Tuesday 14th June          11.00 – 12.30      Meriden Library

Wednesday 15th June   14.00 – 15.30      Shirley Library

Thursday 16th June         17.00 – 19.00      Solihull Library

Thursday 23rd June         13.00-14.00         Virtual session, register –https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6666495552680503824

Thursday 23rd June         17.00 – 19.00      Chelmsley Wood Library

For more info on Get Set for the Games across the West Midlands birmingham2022.com/getset and follow @GetSet2022 on Twitter.

May 11, 2022

It’s time to Get Set for the Games! With the Commonwealth Games coming to the region this summer, it’s the perfect time to start planning so you don’t miss out on the opportunities they will bring.

Solihull Council will be holding drop in sessions across the borough to talk everything Commonwealth Games.

Whether you’re a resident or a business owner, these Get Set for the Games sessions will provide the most up-to-date information so you can prepare for the busy and exciting summer ahead.

Come and meet Louise, the Council’s Programme Manager for the Commonwealth Games, and Kate, who is leading the organisation of The Queen’s Baton Relay in the borough. They will be at the following places to hear your questions, concerns and ideas.

 

Date                                       Time                           Location

Monday 16th May             9.30 – 11.00       Chelmsley Wood Library

Monday 16th May            11.30 – 13.00      Marston Green Library

Friday 20th May               10.00 – 12.00      Knowle Library

Tuesday 24th May           12.00 – 14.00      Solihull Library

Tuesday 7th June             10.00 – 11.30      Olton Library

Thursday 9th June           10.00 – 11.30      Castle Bromwich Library

Thursday 9th June           13.00 – 14.00      Smiths Wood Library

Thursday 9th June           14.30 – 16.00      Kingshurst Library

Friday 10th June               14.30 – 16.00      Hampton In Arden Library

Monday 13th June          10.00 – 11.30      Balsall Common Library

Monday 13th June          14.00 – 15.30      Dickens Heath Library

Tuesday 14th June          11.00 – 12.30      Meriden Library

Wednesday 15th June   14.00 – 15.30      Shirley Library

Thursday 16th June         17.00 – 19.00      Solihull Library

Thursday 23rd June         13.00-14.00         Virtual session, register –https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6666495552680503824

Thursday 23rd June         17.00 – 19.00      Chelmsley Wood Library

For more info on Get Set for the Games across the West Midlands birmingham2022.com/getset and follow @GetSet2022 on Twitter.