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Went on a conducted history tour of Elmdon Park by Stephen Carr of Elmdon Park Heritage Trust also of Elmdon Church by Toby Young, vicar of the church.
The tour is fascinating covering ‘iron age’ to 1700s and up to Georgian times to the Manor...More
Often visit this park as we like to go for tea and biscuits in Elmdon Church which is at the top of the hill. The park is a good example of an urban park and is well kept and easy to get around, but has...More
This park is absolutely amazing! It’s the biggest park in Solihull, with 4.6 acres of grassland, meadows, woodland and wetlands.
There is a children’s playground and plenty of picnic areas for family days out, and loads of areas for exercising dogs. On a snowy day...More
Response from Flying2468 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there , elmdon park is ok to watch them go over but you are better parking at marston green train station and walking over the bridge and following the walk into sheldon country park , it's 10 minutes walk and there is a... More
Hi there , elmdon park is ok to watch them go over but you are better parking at marston green train station and walking over the bridge and following the walk into sheldon country park , it's 10 minutes walk and there is a fab place where the planes literally fly over your head , it's a very straight forward walk ... Or the other option is to go to the pigsty bistro restaurant, lovely outside area and you can see the planes lovely and really low ...