Free Activities this Summer in Cotteridge Park
Lots of fun, free stuff to do in the park this Summer.
If you want to camp in the park over night click on this link for more information.
And click on the item below for info about cinema in the park.
Cotteridge Park Cinema - that's new!
Well here’s an amazing date for your diary.
Saturday 21st September 8pm
The first ever Cotteridge Park film screening.
Click here to book a ticket
Tickets will be free
(but donations will be appreciated).
Pop corn, candy floss and hot drinks.
If you want to help organise the event please get in touch.
Explore the Heritage of Cotteridge Park this Summer
From 450 million years ago via the 20th century to today click on the links below link to find out more about your favourite local park.
And please get in touch and share your photos and memories at firstname.lastname@example.org
Support Cotteridge Park - Make a Donation
Can you donate some money every month to keep these activities running for free now that grant funding is less available?
Click here to donate securely via Just Giving – you can even add Gift Aid to make your donation go further.
Whether it’s £2 a month or £20 it will make sure that all activities can stay free at the point of delivery.
Your money will not be used to do the tasks that are the responsibility of Birmingham City Council – you already pay Council Tax for those.
SwingFit - Dance yourself Happy on Wednesdays
Tai Chi & Walking Group Thursdays
Christmas Holiday – Back on 10th January 2019
Thursday is the day for gentle exercise in Cotteridge Park. You don’t have to get hot and sweaty to get fitter. Improve your breathing, balance and state of mind by joining the Walking or Tai Chi groups.
The Walking Group meets at the car park entrance at 10am. Friendly people to walk & chat with.
Tai Chi starts at 10.30 and is a form of gentle exercise that combines deep breathing & relaxation techniques with slow, graceful movements.These sessions are suitable for beginners, just wear comfortable clothes & shoes. If you want to know more about Tai Chi click here to read Bridget’s Blog.
Meet at the basketball court. And if it’s too cold or wet for you click here for a video of a session you can join in with