A Community Garden and oasis for wildlife, in Edgbaston, has been recognised as one of the best community run green spaces in the country
With no forecast of snow for the area, Sunday 28th July will be a good day to enjoy one of the glorious gardens of the Cotswolds.
For the third year running Winterbourne House and Garden will play host to the 29th Birmingham International Jazz Festival
Tales of gory gods and gruesome greeks, rip-roaring adventure stories plus new pieces created live with the audience are all on the programme for the Martineau Gardens Storytelling Festival.
Bees in Balsall Heath received a welcome boost last Saturday with a new bee garden opened by local MP Roger Godsiff.
New research by the University of Reading shows that the West Midlands Long-Horned Bee is holding on to its northernmost stronghold and is restricted to just a few small areas.
Gardeners and would-be gardeners are being invited to kick-start their gardening year with fun green-fingered gardening activities at the Big Dig Seed Event
Winterbourne House and Garden is welcoming internationally renowned printmaker Sara Hayward as resident artist in a new project
Winterbourne House and Gardens has a new range of fascinating rooms for the public to experience and explore following its full restoration to its Edwardian glory in May 2010.
Alan Clawley scans a Birmingham landscape with a highly critical eye.
A protest was held yesterday evening by the Save Walsall’s Green Spaces and Countryside Services Facebook Group.
A new Facebook Group has been set up in response to local concerns for the future of Walsall’s Green Spaces and Countryside Services.
Tammy Facey celebrates the improvements made in Wednesbury’s Brunswick Park
Birmingham Friends of the Earth Bee Activity Day, Saturday 28 July
A Community Garden and oasis for wildlife, in Edgbaston, has been recognised as one of the best community run green spaces in the country by winning a prestigious Green Flag Community Award today.
Work is set to begin on transforming an inner-city nature area.
“Incredible and awe inspiring” is how judges from Heart of England in Bloom described the Kings Heath community
The name ‘Small Heath’ is well-known wherever you go and a surprising number of Brummies will tell you that they were born and brought up there
What would happen to a private individual who leased a property from a charitable trust and then let that property go to rack and ruin?