Shots from DVD produced to show a year in the life of Perry Hall park in the north of Birmingham.The river Tame can be seen in the first shot above as it flows through the park. Mr Singh feeds the geese daily.

 

The £10,000 Breathing Place Lottery grant has enabled many more people to enjoy the landscape and wildlife of Perry Hall park.

The complete video can be obtained free by contacting us at

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The Lagoon created by the SMURF project

 

Dog lovers find this a great park to exercise their dogs.

The children from St John Wall School meet Jez the Park Ranger in the middle of winter.........................

and got straight down to work................

A local campaigner gets up a petition to let all use the playing fields sites for football and cricket.

This park user would like to see it returned to its former glory if he won the lottery.

Summer scenes...................................

 

 

The Welcome Garden planted by the Friends of the Park with help from the children and community.

 

 

 

 

Public events were held throughout 2009 to get volunteers involved in the conservation work in the park. A tree planting day in December was well attended and hundreds of young trees were planted.

 

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