Malvern and Brueton Park

Malvern and Brueton Park, Solihull: Address, Phone Number, Malvern and Brueton Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Malvern and Brueton Park
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NT91
6 contributions
Oct 2021
Great park but they have a major littering issue that spoils the experience and needs addressing urgently.
Written October 29, 2021
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Deborah R
2 contributions
Sep 2021
Love this park for parkrun, walks, picnics, convenient access to town centre
Great for families, couples, singles, children
children's play area, cafe, lake, basketball, tennis, coffee van
very well used by local residents
Written September 8, 2021
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LauraDaveJames
Solihull, UK3,336 contributions
Mar 2021 • Couples
There are two separate carparks, one is in the Malvern part of the park which is in the town centre. The other car park is located on the Old Warwick Road for Brueton park and the nature reserve. Both carparks are free but it is required to display a ticket which can be taken at no charge from the machine. There is a time limit on the free parking and cars are regularly checked by enthusiastic parking wardens.

The formal part of the park is attractive and has well laid out paths but they can become quite busy as it is close to the town centre.
We walked around the nature reserve area which is very wild and was very muddy on the day we visited.
Written March 28, 2021
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Ani
6 contributions
Jan 2021
May be because of the chill, there were very few people ou. It should have meant more wildlife out. But there were none.
Written January 24, 2021
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GAILBirmingham
BIRMINGHAM152 contributions
Jan 2021
Very disappointed after our walk in Brueton park today. The wild life was non existent. We saw no small birds despite throwing down bird food & seeds. The tree's were empty. There weren't even any squirrels. On the pond were a few ducks & a group of gulls.
It was irritating to see the Wellie wearers stomping across the sodden grass areas, churning up the turf into muddy piles. The lawns will be a right mess when they've dried out.
There was a large group of people gathered outside the coffee shop, not observing social distancing.
Enjoyed Cannon hill a lot more.
Written January 18, 2021
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Dave Rogers
Solihull, UK34 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
Plenty of space and a lovely park to walk the dogs. Only downside is it could do with a nice outdoor cafe area
Written August 15, 2020
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davidandmel
Birmingham, UK1,383 contributions
Aug 2020
Always a pleasure to have a walk in the fresh air - especially at the moment. This is a pleasant place for a stroll with lots of space for everyone
Written August 5, 2020
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Zoe G
Coventry, UK13 contributions
Jul 2020 • Family
Lovely park for a picnic. However the toilets are not open so no good if you have little ones. We won't be back until they reopen!
Written August 1, 2020
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Tinuviel C
Margate, UK134 contributions
Jul 2020
Had a lovely walk around the park with my toddler. Didn't visit the play area due to the pandemic, but the scenery, forest area, river, creeks and lake were beautiful. Parking is free for 3hrs on the Brueton side. They even had a portable coffee van where you could buy a hot drink and snack.
Written July 19, 2020
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kate w
5 contributions
Jun 2020
What a beautiful natural and flat space for everyone to visit. I’ve visited so many places in West Mids and were sadly lacking accessible water...my dog was in heaven with the little shingle beach accessing the river running through....and the different water spots..... there’s so many old things here.Also I’ve never seen so many beautiful happy different species of thriving trees in a public park....
It is very well maintained . Solihull residents you are blessed ! I will be back....and may I just say that whoever is writing a review on the cafe ..really...take sandwiches and look about you!! Who cares about the cafe!!
Written June 6, 2020
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