Friends of Dartmouth Park, West Bromwich
Patron: 10th Earl of Dartmouth

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Gayton Road Computer Group decide to get together in the Sensory Garden to make plans for when the Community Centre opens again after the lockdown

The Friends encourage the pupils of Eaton Valley Primary School to grow plants in their classroom

Annette, who organises the volunteer gardeners in the Park, read in her gardening magazine "the plants we nurture indoors can do wonders for our mental and physical wellbeing, which is why there is such a drive to get them into offices, schools and other communal places." This information gave her the idea of giving young plants to her local school for them to grow in their classrooms and it has been a great success as you can see from the photographs and thank you message.


During the lockdown some of our volunteer gardeners have been working hard to maintain the Sensory Garden and the triangular bed. Now lockdown is easing a little, if you would like to help call into the Park on a Tuesday or Friday morning and have a chat with the volunteers.


We have been very busy engaging with all age groups in the Community


Plaque in memory of members of the Armed Forces who have lost their lives in recent conflicts in a rose bed near the Car Park gates


Friends of Dartmouth Park Health Walk
Some of the walkers enjoyed a rest after the walk
Whatever the weather we meet at 2pm every Monday at the
Reform Street Entrance to the Park.
Why not join us?
Newton WI listening intently to a presentation on Dartmouth Park