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Dartmouth Park is an historic park
located between West Bromwich town centre
and Sandwell Valley.

The Park

The snow has disappeared and the volunteer gardeners are at work again on a Friday morning with their new recruit

Selwyn and Yvonne had a little helper on Friday morning, 22 December. Mia, who is on holiday from school, decided to join the volunteer gardeners to plant daffodil bulbs along the perimeter of the Park. The gardeners started planting daffodil bulbs four winters ago and we now have a wonderful display in early spring from the Dagger Lane entrance down to the gate leading into Sandwell Valley.

A big thank you to our very dedicated group of volunteer gardeners for all the work they do in the Park to make it a beautiful destination whatever time of the year people visit.

Snow scenes taken in the Park on Sunday 10 December
The photographs above taken by our Social Historian, Mark Barrett, and the photographs below by Seumas
Photographs of the Park and Lloyd Street in July
taken by Christopher Meadows

A selection of more of Chris Meadows' photographs of the Park
Kate Hipkiss, our photographic student from Sandwell College, explores black and white traditional photography in the Park
Photographs by Katie Hipkiss Photography are all subject to copyright.

Photographs of the Park taken by Katie Hipkiss,
a photographic student at Sandwell College

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