July festivities at the gardens July 24, 2023

There’s been dancing and singing, theatre, music to make your heart soar, Ugly Ducklings jumping out of tiny eggs, huge amounts of scones and cakes consumed, a lot of gazebo assembling and so much more, all in celebration of these wonderful gardens.

We’ve welcomed lots of new faces and familiar friends – huge thanks to everyone who has supported us – whether you’ve bought a ticket, donated prizes and gifts or homemade cakes or given up your time to help us – it’s been a tremendous time. Our final but most important thanks go to our incredible band of volunteers, who, undefeated by the weather have brought their cheer and energy to help us host these lovely times.

All funds raised contribute to our running costs to ensure these beautiful gardens stay open for free for all and that therapeutic horticulture continues. To find out more about what we do follow our footsteps on social media, sign up to get our monthly news updates and read more here.

Here’s a round up of some of the highlights:

Wild Clover at the Summer Garden Party
Swing Cafe perform at Martineau Gardens, a venue for Birmingham, Sandwell and Westside Jazz and Blues Festival.