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Swan Publishing produces four high-quality, informative, colourful, glossy, A5 community magazines.

My Moseley & Kings Heath, My Harborne & Edgbaston, My Solihull Central and My Solihull Knowle & Dorridge

Swan Publishing’s magazines help promote local businesses and include regular articles of local interest, a what’s on guide, restaurant guide, regular restaurant reviews and articles about local businesses. The magazines are delivered free to a total of 40,000 homes in South Birmingham and Solihull every two months. They are also distributed through cafes, hairdressers, local libraries, and community centres etc. People can also subscribe to receive a free electronic version of their local magazine.

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  • Ellie Holland

Two recent budget changes and a court decision that affect us all

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

Changes within the 2015 Summer Budget introduce an additional inheritance tax allowance for residential properties. If you own a property with your spouse or civil partner and wish to leave it to each other and thereafter your children, this will affect you and potentially reduce your overall inheritance tax liability. […]

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Allergy and intolerance – what is the difference?

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

Dr Louise Newson […]

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Mike Fisher – a force of energy

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

Living in Dorridge, our Human of Solihull has lived a life of achievement and now works to enhance our borough. […]

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The Applejacks – Solihull Legends

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

If you know someone over 60yrs old – mention the song title “Tell Me When” to them and they’ll start singing it. […]

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How to be a real hero

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

We decided to make a dog instead of a human our cover story; the vulnerable lives entrusted to us for care. When they end up on our streets, somehow they’ve been failed and highlighting this in our magazine whilst introducing you to the wonderful site built for them, held the interest we look for in a story. […]

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Row row row your boat

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

Great news for all you watersports lovers. Birmingham Rowing Club has won planning permission for a new water sports centre at Edgbaston Reservoir. […]

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Urban Jungle

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

From the outside, 11 Packenham Road in Edgbaston looks like any other traditional Edgbaston town house. But step through the front door and your senses will be captivated by the sights and smells of the Brazilian rain forest. […]

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A time to remember

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

Spring is a time to remember lost loved ones at Tyndallwoods in Edgbaston, a wills and probate solicitor firm with strong links to Edward’s Trust bereavement charity. Judy Dyke, a director at Tyndallwoods (and a patron of Edward’s Trust) takes great care in their annual snowdrop planting memorial service in March. […]

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