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Moseley Park Christmas Tree Trail: 1st – 30th December

Enjoy a festive walk in Moseley Park throughout December and see how many Christmas trees you can spot! Each tree has been decorated by a local community group.
Please remember to maintain social distancing and follow all current government guidelines when you visit.

Free entry every Wednesday from 10am – 4pm, and on Saturday 5th, 12th and 19th from 2pm – 4pm, with hot drinks being served on the Saturdays!


Birmingham Royal Ballet at 30

Birmingham Royal Ballet at 30 – supported by the council –  is a celebratory free online show, broadcast to audiences worldwide, and Wednesday 25th November is the last day to watch! The show marks 30 years since the Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet moved from London to the city and became Birmingham Royal Ballet.


Love Reading?

Love reading? Birmingham Libraries will be switching to order and collect only under latest government restrictions. Find details on your local library, as well as Library Services at Home and the mobile library, here. Free e-lending and other online services will continue, which provide access to a huge range of digital resources for adults and children including ebooks, e-audiobooks, e-magazines, and e-newspapers.


Botanical Garden Tearooms open for take-away service

The Gardens remain open to visitors who have booked their visit in advance.  See here for more details.
The Tearooms are open for take-away service between 10am-2pm



Nature Theatre – activity packs

Following the change in guidance, this group for the over 50s will not be meeting in the park but instead activity packs will be delivered to participants at home. ‘Explore friendship, memory and creativity through activities.’ See the poster here. To order a pack contact Rhiannon on 07926 999442 email:

Please pass this on to anyone who might be interested. It is hoped that the group will be able to meet once guidelines allow it.