NEW: The Shed is closed for lockdown

Welcome to The Shed – our new community building.

To ensure the safety of our volunteers, visitors and the wider community we have decided to close The Shed during the November lockdown.  This decision will be reviewed regularly.

As soon as we re-open we will need new volunteers.

Click here to find out more about volunteering  at The Shed

You can donate, securely, to support the work of the volunteers on our Just Giving page

Covid-Safe Activities in Cotteridge Park

Back after the 2nd lock down – SwingFit – Saturdays at 10am – Fun dance fitness for the terminally inelegant.

Back after the 2nd lock down – Tai Chi -Thursdays 10.30am – gentle exercise for all ages and abilities, beginners always welcome.

Back after the 2nd lock down – Gardening volunteers – Tuesdays at 10am & Sundays at 10.15am.  No tools or experience necessary.

Baby Stroll – Tuesdays at 10.30am – walk round the park with other parents.  Meet at the car park entrance.

DIY Forest School – Every Wednesday we have a leaflet available for a new forest school activity.  Collect it from The Shed (after the 2nd lockdown) or download from facebook or twitter.

Meet at The Shed (except for Baby Stroll).  Don’t come to any of the sessions if you, or household members, have any covid symptoms and remember to stay at least 2m away from people not in your household.

All these sessions are free to attend (as we don’t want to put anyone off coming along) but they cost to put on.  If you can afford to make a regular or one-off donation it means we can keep providing free sessions for all.

Donate securely at this Just Giving link – https://www.justgiving.com/fo-cotteridgepark

 

 

 

 

 

Explore the Heritage of Cotteridge Park

 

 

Thanks to funding from the Heritage Fund Cotteridge Park volunteers have been gathering lots of photos and stories about the history of the park.

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.

Click here for the timeline and here for the interactive map

And please get in touch and share your photos and memories at history@cotteridgepark.org.uk