Clowes Wood is a piece of history as it was the first reserve owned by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, acquired thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor in 1974. Clowes Wood has probably wooded since the last ice age, though it was almost cleared of trees in the early 1900s.
Cole End nature reserve is within the larger Cole End Park, to the south of the River Cole which runs through the park. It was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2013 after its development through the Access to Nature scheme run by Natural England with Big Lottery funding.
<p><b>Dorridge Wood</b> is a Park and <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_Nature_Reserve" class="wikipedia">Local Nature Reserve</a> in <a href="/pages/w/109549782404142">Dorridge</a>, <a href="/pages/w/106818182681750">Solihull</a>, <a href="/pages/w/134548543244521">West Midlands</a>.
There are some unusual naturalised garden species. Inside the garden’s ivy-clothed walls, efforts have been made to re-establish the original fruit orchard where michaelmas daisy and rosebay willowherb provide a colourful display. Spring blossoms attract many bees, hoverflies and butterflies to this quintessential English orchard.
A bridleway runs through the centre of Hay Wood, which is directed via Warwickshire County Council’s bridleway disks, so beware of horses on the narrow Haywood Road (off Rising Lane from the A4141 Birmingham Road near to Chadwick End, Baddesley Clinton and Wroxall).
How to get to Solihull Public transport . By train Turn right out of the train station and head towards Homer Road. Head straight down Homer Road, and the Touchwood Shopping Centre is on your left. By bus Bus no 6 every 6 minutes stops near the Cinema. By car . By car From the M42 turn off at Junction labelled Solihull A41.
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Lavender Hall Park - address and opening times. Lavender Hall Lane Balsall Common Solihull CV7 7BN Monday to Sunday 24 hours Car Parks open from 8.00am; Summer Car Parks (April - September) closing between 8.00pm and 9.00pm; Winter Car Parks (October - March) closing between 4.00pm and 5.00pm > Lavender Hall Park - playground . The park has a fantastic play space which is ideal for family fun.
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Maxstoke Castle is opened to the public annually (usually in mid-June), in aid of local charities. Also, you can book tours for interested historical groups any time. It is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a Grade I listed building. The parkland of Maxstoke has been a golf course since 1898.
Olton means 'old town' and is the site of the manor of Ulverlei from where Solihull was founded. Ulverlei has been translated to mean Wulfhere's clearing or meadow. Wulfhere was the first Christian king of all of Mercia, from the end of the 650s until 675.
To book the football pitch at Olton Jubilee Park, our form is easy to complete. You can apply online to hold an event at Olton Park. Olton Jubilee Park - accessibility. The whole community can enjoy the park, with: bus route 58 stopping near the park; Olton Railway Station half a mile away; There are no managed car parking facilities at Olton Jubilee Park.
Olton Mere, a 32-acre private-access reservoir effectively offers permit holders a ‘Lake Windermere’ experience without the hassle of driving up the M6 first. Ordinarily only visible from the Birmingham to Solihull railway line, the borough’s largest area of open water was dug out in the 1790s to feed the nearby Grand Union Canal.
Packington Hall has a landscape park with lakes, occupying about 275 hectares, surrounding Packington Hall and Packington Old Hall. The park was landscaped by Lancelot Brown from 1751. The present house dates from the late-17th century with 18th-century alterations.
Heather, broom, dwarf gorse and heath rush occupy one of the four fields, with carnation sedge, marsh-marigold and lesser spearwort present along the stream’s damp margins. Hawthorn and blackthorn produce valuable scrub, attracting over 60 species of birds throughout the year; with oaks, silver birch, rowan and exotic red oak adding height.
Ideally located for Solihull Town Centre, Tudor Grange Park is a Green Flag Park, which is perfect for relaxing and having fun with friends and family. Tudor Grange Park - the essentials With its cycle track, pitch and putt course and play area; there is a great deal to enjoy at Tudor Grange.