Category: News

Natural Fences

We have had a query about cutting down trees and natural fences. “Recently in Highbury park there has been a lot more activity in cutting down parts of the forest and building these “natural” fences. While I am all for…

Welcome

Welcome to the Highbury Park Friends website. This website has been inactive for some time, but is now being updated.  You can find all the newsletters under the resources tab and some of the events from the resources tab, or…

August Bulletin

Dogs Behaving Beautifully The July sessions (aka Doggy Fit) were popular and well-received, as were the two August Socialisation Walks, but all are on hold while further logistics are sorted out. Pawfect Dogsense trainer Hannah Molloy is keen to do…

March Newsletter, AGM notice

The March newsletter is now ready. It is available via this link. Paper copies can be found at York Supplies in Kings Heath. Copies are also posted on the park noticeboards.   In this newsletter: Park Nature Notes Bats in…

Parks Services Under Threat

Parks Services Under Threat an explanation of the 2014 budget cuts, and what you can do Birmingham City Council continue to make cuts to services as part of their efforts to meet austerity budgets. Previous rounds of cuts have already…

Book Launch & Social Event

* a double bill for your diary * Thursday November 7 at Moseley Exchange 7:00 – Book & Leaflet Launch – Birds of Highbury Park Paul Anthony (text) and Cathy Clarke (graphics) have collaborated on a wildlife book and booklet.…

August Newsletter

The latest edition newsletter is now online, with paper copies going to subscribers and York Supply. Click the link to download your copy. A story about woodland play activities, a feature article about brown butterflies, and our roster of upcoming…