Our thanks to Paul of PB Build and Gary Staples for these great shots. Not forgetting Valerie for her amazing screen of Autumn leaves.
In 2021, as part of our Heritage Open Week, we ran a session that enabled members of the public with any sort of camera, from professional to phone, to join a group to learn more about photographic composition. It was well received and we thought you may like to have access to the group results from the album we kept. Please follow the link below.
If this is something you would like to be involved in in future, then please e mail us at:
Fantastic photographs showing the start of the blossom in Brandwood End. More to come……
Our thanks to Robert Houghton for these wonderful photographs. Those of you that are users of Facebook can see more photographs on our Facebook page.
A beautiful sunny day in Brandwood End, made even more picturesque by an unexpected fall of snow.
Far too many photographs to view here, so view more in our Google Album.
All the photos in the album link below were taken within a few days of each other, yet the weather is so different! (Can I give e mention to Gary Staples who took the drone shots)
Our thanks to a local drone operator who shared these magical views with us.
In the following higher shot you are able to get a small insight into the amazing trees within Brandwood End. We are hoping to arrange a walk around the cemetery with Dean, our local Ranger but as local people will know- their time is very much at a premium.
I hope the residents of Kings Heath realise the amazing green space that sits quietly on their doorstep. Luckily for us, the local wildlife are well aware of their opportunities and the cemetery is home to Muntjac deer, Foxes, Hedgehogs, Squirrels,Woodpeckers, Owls, birds of prey……….and many species of familiar birds.
Another beautiful day in Brandwood End and it is great to see such colourful blossoms.
These trees were planted very recently as part of a Birmingham Trees for Life project with the help of pupils from St Albans R.C. Primary school.
They are already in bloom!!