Look after the cemeteries, make them beautiful and help create a haven for wildlife with native flowers, by planting woodland plants.
Look after the cemeteries, make them beautiful and help create a haven for wildlife with native flowers.
We’ll be clearing the fallen leaves and branches from last year and planting woodland plants including Primroses in Key Hill and Warstone Lane Cemeteries.
We’ll be meeting outside The JQBID booth on The Big Peg on Golden Square each time to pick up our equipment – hi vis vests, gloves, gardening tools and plants provided. No experience necessary – training will be provided.
Wednesday 12th May – 11am – 1pm (planting in Key Hill Cemetery) or 2pm – 4pm (planting in Warstone Lane Cemetery)
Saturday 15th May – 11am – 1pm (planting in Key Hill Cemetery) or 2pm – 4pm (planting in Warstone Lane Cemetery)
We’ll be ensuring that social distancing guidelines are followed to keep everyone safe, and places are limited to avoid overcrowding.
If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 please let us know so we can cancel your ticket. If you are travelling from outside the Jewellery Quarter please walk, cycle or use your own vehicle if possible. Face coverings are required on public transport.
(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Big Peg
120 Vyse Street #29, Birmingham, B18 6NF
Jewellery Quarter Cemeteries ProjectThis £2.3 million restoration to Key Hill and Warstone Lane cemeteries is funded through a partnership between Birmingham City Council, The National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Jewellery Quarter Development Trust. The works will include extensive restoration work undertaken to the catacombs, boundary walls, footpaths, drainage and email@example.com Post: Studio 508F, The Big Peg, 120 Vyse Street, Birmingham, B18 6NF