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Solihull Solihull Chamber Patrons


Council leader steps down Sixth form netball


Bob Sleigh, the leader of Solihull Council and deputy mayor of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), is stepping down from his posts. The Tory councillor has been leader of the


council for five years, and previously served eight years as deputy leader. He was elected to the borough council 20


years ago, after retiring from a lengthy career in business. Mr Sleigh has been a key figure in the set-up


of the West Midlands Combined Authority. He told the BBC-funded Local Democracy


Reporting Service that it was ‘the time was right to hand over the baton’ and said that his decision to stand down was ‘purely a personal one’. However, Mr Sleigh will be continuing as a Tory councillor. At next month's local elections, a new


Conservative group leader will be chosen. Lillian Elekan, director of Solihull Chamber of


Commerce said: "Solihull Chamber of Commerce has worked with Bob Sleigh for a number of years, and we are grateful for his time in supporting the local business community.


Bob Sleigh: Stepping down as council leader “We look forward to welcoming the next


leader of Solihull Council, as the region enters a period of continued change and prosperity.” Paul Faulkner, chief executive of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce, said: “We hope that the next leader and deputy mayor will show the same support and diligence towards the business community, in which Mr Sleigh demonstrated during his tenures.”


team scores a victory The netball team at The Sixth Form College Solihull is celebrating winning the AOC West Midlands Netball League 2 this year. The girls lost just once all season on their


way to being crowned champions and that defeat was only by one goal. The highlight results during the season


were a 67-16 victory over Hartpury College, a 73-22 win over Worcester Sixth Form and a 55-21 success over Thomas Telford School. The team also achieved a college record score, when they beat Birmingham Metropolitan College 101-11 in a cup competition. Netball coach Sandra Rowland said: “I’m


really proud of the team for their consistent effort and commitment throughout the season and look forward to a promising 2019/20 season.” Curriculum leader for sport and health


Lee Jones added: “Congratulations go to the girls for their netball success and I hope we can add some more silverware before the season is over.”


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