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Land Art Festival days for schools and the public

Richard Shilling – acclaimed environmental Land Artist – will make a welcome return to our green and pleasant land in October. He and his partner Julia Brooklyn, who specialises in working with children, have agreed to run some special days for schools on Thursday 25th and Friday 26th October. Using… Read more

Sorry – cancelled- back next year-Family Music Workshop

The amazing young performers of the K’antu early music ensemble provice a fun and lively  ‘have a go’  music making workshop this summer afternoon (1pm -2.30pm)… Watch out: vegetable flutes may be involved :-))) Later at  3.30pm K’antu will enchant us with a concert of early music  in our 17th… Read more

Vandals, mud and bugs

[update: We are overwhelmed by the positive support and reaction of the public to this act of vandalism in the Gardens. we are grateful to everyone for their good wishes and take heart in knwoing that what we are trying to do pleases so many people.   We are busy prparng… Read more

Water water everywhere

The numbers are in. Yes, March was indeed the wettest month. In fact the wettest for 8 years. Our Education Officer Ann Brookman has been keeping records and sharing the readings with our school visitors for a while now. Her figures certainly bear out our own gut (wellboot) feelings that… Read more

Site Supervisor posts

We are recruiting….. please see below for details  or download the JD here: Casual Site Supervisor JD 2018#1 Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens Trust, is a 10 acre Historic Garden and visitor centre tucked away off the Chester Road in Castle Bromwich. The Charity has been looking after the Gardens for over… Read more

Membership 2018

On this form you can become a member of the Gardens and also renew a current membership. When you have completed the form, please click on the link to the online payment page. You can pay by Credit Card or by Paypal (you do not have to have a paypal… Read more