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Friday Photo- New Hall Valley

Posted May 15th, 2015 by Anne-Marie Hayes with 1 Comment


This week’s Friday photo is of New Hall Valley, located in Sutton Coldfield, and if you look closely, you may even be able to spot New Hall Mill in the background (one of my up-coming Friday Photos). I remember on many occasion gazing out of the window at school, staring at the valley and the Mill, filled with intrigue and wonder about this beautiful part of city and thinking how lucky I was to go to school next door. Although many a memory is of running plenty of cross countries in New Hall Valley, it’s actually a nature conservation site filled with plenty of interesting plants, animals and insects to gaze at. The Mill is open on selected dates throughout the year, but the Valley is worth a visit whatever the season, especially if you’re a keen dog walker like myself, so go and discover this beautiful area. There’s no excuse not to, as it’s nearly summer!

One Response to “Friday Photo- New Hall Valley”

  1. Peter June 1, 2015

    A truly superb day out – and its free entry and free parking!
    There is a tea shop, toilets, gardens, walks, wonderful historic working mill, and some produce to buy.
    The next open days are as follows:
    Sunday June 14th – Wild Flower day
    Sunday July 12th – Nature day
    Sunday August 9th – Hobbies day
    Bank holiday Monday August 31st – Arts and Crafts day
    Sunday September 13th – History day
    Access to the mill is off Wylde Green road, Sutton Coldfield, B76 1QU, just 200 metres from the National cycle route.
    More details can be found on our website –


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