Welcome to the new Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens Parkland Project!

This exciting new project is funded by the Green Recovery Challenge Fund and is in partnership with the Love Your River Cole (LYRiC) Project. The Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens Trust is working with the Tame Valley Wetlands Team and is supported by a range of partners: The B37 project, Birmingham City CouncilNorth Warwickshire Borough CouncilThe Prince’s TrustSolihull Metropolitan Brough Council, The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country and Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. We will be working to deliver the project whilst involving and engaging local people.

The Parkland is part of the old Bradford Estate; a highly protected and significant range of buildings and landscapes on the edge of Birmingham. The overall estate is in a Conservation area which includes a range of Grade I, II and II* buildings, the Parkland is a local nature reserve as well as a Grade II* listed Park and Garden.

Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens Trust is a small charitable trust which owns and manages the 400 year old formal gardens adjacent to the Parkland. Other parts of the original estate are in a variety of different and separate ownerships. This project will be the first time for over a decade that the owners and managers of the Parkland site will work together to support the important natural and historic aspects of this 12 hectare Parkland. 

The Project will involve Grassland and Wetland habitat enhancements, access improvements and new interpretation signs to help its visitors to better understand and enjoy this historic Parkland.  

We want to hear from you!

Get in touch to tell us what you love about The Parkland and find out more about this project.

  • Email: CastleBromParklandInfo@gmail.com

Keep checking back here for the latest news and updates on The Parkland!

The Green Recovery Challenge Fund is a Government fund developed by Defra in partnership with its Arms-Length Bodies, which the National Heritage Fund are administering on behalf of Defra.

Learn more about the Love Your River Cole (LYRiC) Project at http://www.tamevalleywetlands.co.uk/love-your-river-cole/