Today's Birmingham Mail (Sat 10th Aug) - Cannon Hill Park in the top five family attractions!
Spring Fair June 1st-2nd of June. Details here.
Easter Holiday Festival April 11-13th in Cannon Hill Park. Details here.
Rea Flood Walk Feb 2013 is here.
NEW Spring Festival Feb 16th-23rd. See detailed list events here!
Rededication of the South African War memorial on our news pages.
Make sure you participate in the Park's Festival of Lights starting Oct 19th. See more exciting details here and on our news pages.
Memories from Kings Norton's Girls School. Have a read here.
We will be changing the park comments page shortly as the service we use ends on Oct 1st 2012. The downside is that the old comments will be lost. There is not a way of saving those.
Join us at the fun fair and park beach Aug 25 - 3rd September.
Park Jubilee Celebrations - June 2-5th. See events guide and news for details.
Cannon Hill Park mentioned in the Natural England's new PDF: 'A History of Royal Jubilees in Public Parks'. Download available here.
The park's latest resident?
A flood walk down the Rea now available here.
Spring Newsletter now available. We have also updated our wildlife watch twitter feed.
New videos of the hedge laying event. Keep those old skills alive in our landscape.
Cannon Hill Park Fun Day - Sunday 10th October 2010. Check it out.
Check out the new audio walks completed as part a recent project called 'Amplifiying the Map'. See the news page for more details or click here to go straight to their fabulous website.
Sound gallery now available. We will be adding to it constantly as new recordings are gathered.
We have added new live Park (this page) and Wildlife Twitter feeds to the website. Check the new wildlife blog page also.
See our new podcasts of recent Friends, Artsfest and the British Science Festival activities. Tony as been busy!
See the new Kaleidoscopia software. Let your creative side show.
Follow the big nature debate. Blog on it, Tweet it. Get involved.
Meet people, find refreshment and information in the Garden Tea Room. Join groups using the park for health and recreational activities.
Explore the park heritage and enjoy the sports, boating, fishing, floral and plant displays.
Explore the park wildlife, follow the guided wildlife walks, join the Ranger's wildlife events.
Enjoy the wide range of events organised by City and local groups, the Park Rangers, Cannon Hill Friends and OPALWM.