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

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

The entrance to the Park looking lovely with its display of tulips even on a dull rainy day.

Ground Care West Midlands' Volunteer in the Park


A walk in the Park on a bright day in May,
with April showers!

A selection of stunning photographs taken
by Richard Cartwright in Dartmouth Park


A team from Sandwell's Ground Care Department give a helping hand


The Friends of Dartmouth Park with the help of a grant have purchased a substantial amount of roses for the triangular bed near the Sensory Garden. They were delighted when a team from Ground Care paid a visit to the Park to plant the roses. It was a job well done and next summer we will have a lovely display of colour. The roses are the same colour as those planted near the bandstand, which were also financed with a grant secured by the Friends.



Poem by Edward Burrough - "The Barber Poet of West Bromwich"