Category: News

Habitat & Wildlife

Highbury Park is a haven for wildlife as well as for people. Grassland, ancient hedgerows, marshland, scrub, streams, pools and remnants of woodland are all to be found in the park as well as a host of ornamental trees and…

Tree Survey – Area 4 Results

  Ellen has compiled the information from Area 4 tree surveys, passed it to EcoRecord, and got images back of the tree numbers plotted against an aerial photo/plan of the park. I have saved it as a PDF file and…

Tree Survey – Area 3 results

Ellen has compiled the information from Area 3 tree surveys, passed it to EcoRecord, and got images back of the tree numbers plotted against an aerial photo/plan of the park. I have saved it as a PDF file and copied…

Highbury Park Tree Survey Update

Hello All Tree Surveyors, We had a very successful meeting at Kings Heath Community Centre yesterday.  We looked at the results so far (please see attachment for details) and marvelled at all our hard work. We decided to do a…

Community Links

Birmingham And District Beekeepers Association – Training Apiary JOHN MADGWICK: 558 8623 Police (non-emergency calls) 0845 113 5000 Neighbourhood Groups & Resources KINGS HEATH Kings Heath First Kings Heath Local History Society AboutMyArea – Kings Heath MOSELEY Moseley Community Development…

Publications

Historic Landscape survey, page browser This is the long-awaited Council-backed survey of Highbury Park landscape features, along with aspects of Uffculme. The survey, commissioned through the Landscape Practice Group, and written by Phillada Ballard, is a comprehensive account of the…