Monthly Archives: January 2017

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Birmingham airport – the early days

2017-01-30T17:15:06+00:00

In early 1928 Birmingham City Council established a committee to investigate the possibility of a municipal aerodrome. Following consultation with the Air Ministry and aviation notable Sir Alan Cobham, a proposal by the City Engineer was offered in 1930.‘To build an aerodrome at Longmore Road, Shirley, at a cost of £70,000.’ […]

Birmingham airport – the early days 2017-01-30T17:15:06+00:00

Inheritance Tax threshold increased to £1 million

2017-01-30T16:57:22+00:00

From April you will be entitled to an additional inheritance tax allowance in respect of a residential property. Great news for some, but there are also pitfalls to be aware of. Ellie Holland of Wilkes Partnership explains. […]

Inheritance Tax threshold increased to £1 million 2017-01-30T16:57:22+00:00

The ‘Lovely’ Partnership behind Solihull’s award-winning eateries

2017-01-30T16:53:20+00:00

Many of Solihull’s residents have enjoyed eating and drinking at privately owned The Boot, The Farm and The Orange Tree amongst others. We thought you’d be interested in knowing about their creators, Paul Hales and Paul Salisbury. Who are they and what is behind their success? […]

The ‘Lovely’ Partnership behind Solihull’s award-winning eateries 2017-01-30T16:53:20+00:00

Could your child benefit from a little extra help?

2017-01-30T16:35:39+00:00

If your child is in year 5, then unless you are already on the case, you need to start thinking about the 11 plus to ensure the best chance of getting into a grammar school. And whatever year they are in, a little extra help goes a long long way. […]

Could your child benefit from a little extra help? 2017-01-30T16:35:39+00:00