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|Ackers Adventure & Friends Group|
With over 75 acres of site packed with facilities such as our 200m dry ski slope, archery courses, events tower, jungle challenge course, climbing walls, residential centre, and the Grand Union Canal that runs straight through the site. Ackers Adventure is able to offer a unique range of adventurous activities for all ages and abilities.
Golden Hillock Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, West Midlands B11 2PY, United Kingdom
|Aston Park & Hall Friends|
Friends of Aston Park
Bordered by the Aston expressway and Aston Villa football club, Aston Hall and Park offers an oasis of calm and tranquillity that can be freely enjoyed by everyone. This magnificent park forms an idyllic setting for the Jacobean mansion. The park provides a backdrop of mature trees and shrubs, sweeping avenues and constantly changing planting schemes.
Birmingham B6 6JD, UK
Austin Park, St Modwen
Named after Lord Austin of Longbridge, who founded the Austin Motor Company at Longbridge in 1905, Austin Park represents the £2 million investment in providing a green heart at the centre of Longbridge town centre, and is the first public park to be built in South West Birmingham in the last five decades.
Birmingham New Street station, Birmingham, United Kingdom
|Balaam's Wood Friends|
Friends of Balaam's Wood - Website
Balaam's Wood Local Nature Reserve in Frankley, Birmingham is made up of 6.5 acres of ancient oak woodland and the same amount of grassland.
|Balsall Heath Park|
Friends of Balsall Heath Park are a group of local residents who recognise Balsall Heath Park is an important and valuable resource for local people.
Taunton Road, Birmingham, United Kingdom
|Billesley Common & Growing Space|
Billesley Common is a recreational area of public open space in South Birmingham, England. It is situated along the Yardley Wood Road, between the suburbs of Moseley and Yardley Wood. Billesley Common was first mentioned in 1774 as being 'common wasteland'.
Birmingham B13 0PT, United Kingdom
|Brandwood End Cemetery Friends|
Friends of Brandwood End Cemetery
A charity for the benefit of the local community and others, for the the restoration, conservation and respectful enjoyment of Brandwood End Cemetery and Chapels.
Birmingham, West Midlands B14 6EQ, United Kingdom
Brandwood Pool lies within Brandwood Pocket Park on a walkway accessed from Whittington Close B14 6JW. The Friends of Brandwood Pool were formed a number of years ago and are associated with the Friends of Brandwood End Cemetery as the pool lies adjacent to that site. The site is home to a rich diversity of flora and fauna and is also a regular feeding stop for bats.
Contact-Jane Edwards (Secretary) on 07811 393259 or 0121 605 4316 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whittington Close, Birmingham B14 6JW, United Kingdom
|Brookvale Park Friends|
Friends of Brookvale Park
The park surrounds Brookvale Park Lake. Within the park there is a bowling green, tennis courts, a children's play area and sailing club.
|Burbury Brickworks Friends|
Friends of Burbury Brickworks - website
Also part of the Shire Country Park network. This site is another area of space forming part of the key wildlife corridor and walkway along the River Cole.
Sparkhill, Birmingham B11 3AA, United Kingdom
Friends of Calthorpe Park
Calthorpe Park is one of the largest areas of community land in Fleet and already hosts the towns Football and Cricket teams together with the Scouts, Sea-Scouts and Council Tennis Courts. Fleet Town Carnival, Fleet Lions Fireworks and Fleet Half Marathon events have also relocated to Calthorpe Park on a permanent basis
Balsall Heath, Birmingham B12 9LF, United Kingdom
|Cannon Hill Park Friends|
Cannon Hill Park was donated to the citizens of Birmingham by Miss Louisa Ryland expressing her wish that the Park would prove a source of healthful recreation to the people of Birmingham, and that they would aid in the protection and preservation of what is now their property.
Friends of Cannon Hill Park
Birmingham B5 7QU, United Kingdom
|Castle Vale Centre Park|
Community Environmental Trust - website
The park reflects the needs of the local community and includes a formal garden and seating area for passive recreation, along with ornamental and non-ornamental areas and a dedicated conservation areas.
Castle Vale, Birmingham B35, United Kingdom
|City of Birmingham Orienteering Club|
City of Birmingham Orienteering Club (COBOC) is a small, friendly club which welcomes new members. We have maps of many Birmingham' parks and hold weekly training nights and monthly small events from the previous Birmingham Outdoor Education Centre in Clifton Drive. If you'd like orienteering to come to your park when you're holding other events, please contact us via the website links or speak to Ruth Lockley if you spot her at BOSF meetings.
Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham B73 6EB, United Kingdom
|Civic Centre Residents Association Community Grow Space|
Civic Centre Residents Association - Community Grow Space
The Civic Centre estate comprises four high rise tower blocks and one level of townhouses in the heart of Birmingham City centre, adjacent to the International Convention Centre, Symphony Hall and the new library.
Birmingham B1 2NN, United Kingdom
|Cofton Park Friends|
Friends of Cofton Park
Cofton Park is 135 acres of rolling fields and trees and is situated on the slopes adjoining the Lickey Hills Country Park. It is mostly open grassland with a few football pitches. There are areas of small woodland and in the centre of the park sits the old farmhouse as it has done for around 200 years. .
Birmingham B31 2BQ, United Kingdom
|Cotteridge Park Friends|
Friends of Cotteridge Park - Website
Cotteridge Park is one of the many Victorian Parks in Birmingham covering 22 acres.
Cotteridge Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom
|Edgbaston Reservoir LNR Friends|
Friends of Edgbaston Reservoir LNR - website
Situated close to the city centre, Edgbaston Reservoir is a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation. It was built in 1827 by Thomas Telford as a op upfor Birmingham canal system and is still used for that purpose today. The 70 acres site is mainly open water and supports a variety of birdlife; it is also a valuable city site for animals such as newts and bats. A belt of woodland and grassland encircles the reservoir providing an oasis of natural beauty in an urban setting
Edgbaston, Birmingham B16 9EE, United Kingdom
|Fields Millennium Green Trust|
The Fields Millennium Green Trust
The Fields Millennium Green got its name because it was created in the year 2000 from three fields which used to belong to Lilycroft Farm.
|Fox Hollies Park|
Friends of Fox Hollies Park are working to protect & improve the park. In 1929 Birmingham City Parks Department acquired Fox Hollies Park, some 40 acres of beautiful park land. Winding through the middle of the park is Westley Brook, on which once stood Broomhall Mill, one of a string of mills that ran through the area.
A main feature of the park is the large pool, which boasts a great variety of fish. There are some small wooded areas throughout the park, enhanced in 1989 by the planting of some 3,000 trees.
Birmingham B27 7EG, United Kingdom
|Gilbertstone Recreation Ground|
Friends of Gilbertstone Park are a new group in Yardley working with the Baptist Church and local residents to protect and enhance the park, bringing in new activities, for the whole community to enjoy.
Yardley, Birmingham B26 1TN, United Kingdom
|Handsworth Park Friends|
Handsworth Park occupies over 63 acres in the centre of Handsworth and is a welcome oasis for the many people who visit the area.
Handsworth, Birmingham B20 2HF
|Hazelwell Park Friends|
Friends of Hazelwell Park - website
Community group developing and promoting Hazelwell Park for the benefit of people and nature
Birmingham B30 2RB, United Kingdom
|Highbury Orchard CIC|
Highbury Orchard CIC
A not-for-profit company set up to reconnect people and land adjacent to a city park - the permaculture project will include a Forest Garden and woodland activities such as woodcrafting and outdoor learning for children.
Birmingham B4 6UD, United Kingdom
|Highbury Park Friends|
Friends of Highbury Park working to help preserve and improve Highbury Park. The Highbury estate was the rus in urbe estate of the Chamberlains from 1879 to 1914, when the idea of bringing the countryside into the town was popular among wealthy families. It was named after the London suburb where Joseph Chamberlain grew up.
|Holders Lane & Pebble Mill Friends of the Fields|
Holders Lane & Pebble Mill Friends of the Fields - website
Holders Lane & Pebble Mill Fields lie between Pershore Road and Moor Green Lane on either side of the River Rea. This is the hidden jewel of Birmingham’s parks!
Birmingham B29 7ND, United Kingdom
Friends of Jasmin Fields
Jasmin Fields Local Nature Reserve was established in 2008 with the help of a local group who then became The Friends of Jasmin Fields. Approximately 10 hectares in size, Jasmin Fields makes up part of an invaluable green corridor for wildlife
Contact-Ray Brookes (Chairman) on 07803021714 or 0121 4305640 Email: email@example.com
Birmingham B14 5AN, United Kingdom
|Kingfisher Country Park Friends|
Friends of Kingfisher Country Park - website
Project Kingfisher was established in 1985 to care for seven miles (11 kilometres) of the Cole Valley (from Small Heath to Chemsley Wood) and to improve it for the benefit of both people and wildlife.
Birmingham B34 7SA, United Kingdom
|Kings Heath Park|
Kings Heath Park, the first urban park in Birmingham to achieve Green Flag status covers approximately 35 acres. The area around the main house and conservatory features high quality seasonal bedding schemes, herbaceous borders, alpine outcrops, heather beds, trees, shrubs and a refurbished pool area.
Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7TQ, United Kingdom
|Kings Norton Local Nature Reserve|
Friends of Kings Norton LNR - website
The Friends include an active group of volunteers who work to improve the amenities and ecology of the site
Birmingham B38 8AR, United Kingdom
|Kings Norton Park Friends|
Friends of Kings Norton Park
|Knowle Road Allotments|
Knowle Road Allotment Association - one of the largest sites in Birmingham, looking for new tenants. Interested in promoting gardening for individuals, schools, community and social groups or anyone else who fancies having a go
Knowle Road, Birmingham, United Kingdom
|Ley Hill Park Friends|
Friends of Ley Hill Park - website
Ley Hill Park is 48 acres of beautiful if hilly parkland, set on the south western edge of Birmingham. It is located in a district known as Northfield, this large park is officially known as a recreation ground.
Birmingham B31 1TT, United Kingdom
|Lickey Hills Society|
Lickey Hills Society - website
The Lickey Hills Country Park has 524 acres of woodlands, heathland and amenity grassland giving views over Birmingham; toposcope, orienteering course, golf course, working forest and visitor centre.
Lickey, Birmingham B45 8ER, United Kingdom
|Manor Farm Park Friends|
Friends of Manor Farm Park - website
There is and a 2km walk trail., a lake with wildfowl, on which fishing is permitted, wildflowers and a brook that runs through the park.
Manor Farm Park, Bristol Road South, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Martineau Gardens - website
Our mission is to inspire people about the natural environment. We also provide volunteering opportunities in the garden and are a venue for educational activities.
A wildlife oasis awaits you at this beautiful, organically maintained community garden. The Gardens include an orchard, herb beds, vegetable plot, children’s ‘shipwreck’ play area, a formal garden, woodland, ponds and a bird hide. There are home-grown plants and seasonal produce (including jam) for sale. Drinks available or bring a picnic.
Open throughout the year Mon – Sat 10am – 4pm (closed Bank holidays including Mon 27 August), free entry.
Edgbaston, Birmingham B5 7UG, United Kingdom
|Moonlit & Sunset Parks|
Moonlit & Sunset Park were completed in 2007, the two award-winning parks together with the surrounding development have been recognised as exemplars of good practice in open space design and have transformed a previously neglected and run down city centre estate into a sustainable community where people want to live.
Birmingham B15 2AF, United Kingdom
|Moseley Bog Friends|
Friends of Moseley Bog - website
Part of the Shire Country Park Friends and working in partnership with B&BC Wildlife Trust . A wonderful hidden part of Moseley seen by many as the inspiration for the author J.R.R Tolkien when he remembered his childhood prior to writing his books on The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings.
Birmingham B13 9YP, United Kingdom
|Muntz Park & Selly Park Rec. Friends|
Friends of Muntz Park & Selly Park Rec. - website
"Friends of Muntz Park and Selly Park Recreation Ground" is an informal organisation open to anyone who is interested in Muntz Park or Selly Park Recreation Ground, (particularly people living nearby, and people who visit the park)
Birmingham B29 7SL, United Kingdom
The Nettlefold Garden forms part of the plans by the Moor Pool Heritage Trust to protect and use the open spaces on the Moor Pool estate, a garden suburb in Harborne that has recently celebrated its centenary. The piece of land identified will include a lawned area and a wildlife area.
Birmingham B17 9JH, United Kingdom
New Vision was formed to support and encourage local Friends/Community groups in the redeveloped Sunderton Road area of Kings Heath. They work in Jasmin Fields, Brandwood Pool, Broad Lane Allotments and Brandwood End Cemetery alongside Friends groups and local residents. Representatives of all member groups make up New Vision.
Contact-Jane Edwards (Secretary) on 07811 393259 or 0121 605 4316 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunderton Road, Birmingham B14, United Kingdom
|Perry Hall Park Friends|
Friends of Perry Hall Park - website
It was formerly the site of Perry Hall. The park is bisected by the River Tame which was remodelled in 2005 to slow the flow, alleviate flooding and create improved habitats for wildlife.
Perry Barr, Birmingham B42 1TY, United Kingdom
|Queslett Nature Reserve|
The Friends of Queslett Nature Reserve has a growing membership and is designed for those who care in a practical way for wildlife and the environment, The Queslett Nature Reserve is a beautiful wildlife sanctuary on the site of a former land and gravel workings.The reserve is an ideal location for nature conservation and environmental studies. Access can be reached either by an entrance in Old Horns Crescent B43 Great Barr which is on the A4041 or Ashworth Rd which is situated off Booths Lane B42 Great Barr.
Contact Brenda Wilson (secretary) 0785576752 or email: email@example.com
Queslett Road, Birmingham, United Kingdom
|Rectory Park Friends|
Friends of Rectory Park - website
The main football park for Sutton contains a dressing room complex. The remaining parkland is natural, and contains mature woodland and wild grassland areas.
Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham B75 7BN, United Kingdom
Rookery Park Friends is a new group who aim to improve the park’s infrastructure and to provide services and activities that meet the needs of the local community. Rookery Park is comprised of the old surrounding gardens for Rookery House, in Erdington. The house was originally known as Birches Green House and dates from the 1730s.
Kingsbury Road, Erdington, Birmingham B24 9SE, United Kingdom
|Selly Oak Park Friends|
Friends of Selly Oak Park
Opened in 1899 Selly Oak Park is the largest public park in the Selly Oak district of Birmingham,UK. Founded in 2006, the Friends of Selly Oak Park acts as a voice for the park, representing its needs and the needs of its users. They have Facebook Page.They have received Green Flag Award status & are a member of the Birmingham Heritage Forum.
Selly Oak B29 6SS, United Kingdom
|Sheldon Country Park|
Friends of Sheldon Country Park
Sheldon Country Park covers an area of just over 300 acres, comprising open grassland, wetlands, old hedgerows and some mature woodland. Situated on the very edge of the city, the land has escaped development and has become a haven for wildlife
Birmingham B26 3XN, United Kingdom
|Shire Country Park Friends|
The Shire Country Park comprises the Millstream Way, following the course of the River Cole between Yardley Wood and Small Heath, the Chinn Brook Recreation Ground, Coxmoor Woods and a number of satellite sites including Moseley Bog LNR
Shire Country Park Friends
|Small Heath Park Friends|
Friends of Small Heath Park
Small Heath Park is located in an intensely urban area and is extensively used by the local community. It was visited by Queen Victoria.
Small Heath, Birmingham B10 0LL, United Kingdom
Friends of Stirchley Park - Originally created from land donated by William A Cadbury in the early 19th century, Stirchley Park is a small and hidden green space in the heart of Stirchley.
Stirchley Recreation Ground, Bournville Lane, Birmingham B30 2JT, United Kingdom
|Sutton Coldfield Crematorium |
In 1964 Sutton Coldfield Borough Council opened Sutton Coldfield Crematorium. Set in 10 acres of delightful landscaped gardens, the crematorium offers a tranquil location with the central feature of a small lake and waterfall. It is in need of a Friends/Community group.
Tamworth Road, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, United Kingdom
|Sutton Park Friends|
Friends of Sutton Park Association - website
Delivering a sense of wilderness within an urban environment, visitors to Sutton Park can enjoy the captivating scenery, using an accessible network of paths.
Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham B74 2YT, United Kingdom
|Victoria Common Friends|
Friends of Victoria Common was set up to help develop Victoria Common as a community hub for Northfield and its residents. This group runs from the Northfield Ecocentre.
Northfield, Birmingham, West Midlands B31 2LB, United Kingdom
|Walkers Heath Park Friends|
Friends of Walkers Heath Park - Website
Walkers Heath Park situated in South Birmingham is 51 acres bordering Druids Heath, Kings Norton and Wythall.
Email: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Birmingham B38 0BL, United Kingdom
|Ward End Park Friends|
Friends of Ward End Park are a very active local group, who have been involved in the Active Parks project from day one. The park, opened in 1904, covers a large part of Ward End. A typical English park, it is heavily populated in the summer months. Ward End Park House is located within the park and dates back to 1759.
Birmingham B8 2HB, United Kingdom
|West Heath Park|
This park has been recently renovated, it as new play areas, paths and fences around the perimeter.
Northfield, Birmingham B31 3PB, United Kingdom
|Westley Vale Millennium Green|
Westley Vale Millennium Green Charitable Trust - Following an incentive by the Government in 1998 supporting the creation of “Millennium Greens” to provide “breathing spaces” for the twenty first century, this 5.5 acre disused allotment site was transformed into an area of natural beauty. Surrounded on three sides by a dense urban landscape, with the Grand Union Canal forming its fourth boundary, the site enjoys a mixture of woodland, wetland plus a large mown area for recreation.
Acocks Green, Birmingham B27, United Kingdom
|Witton Lakes Friends & Duckling Watch|
Friends of Witton Lakes - Website
They are a group of local residents who want to help to maintain and improve the park for the whole community.
Stockland Green, Birmingham B23, United Kingdom