What's on

With great open spaces and parks, it’s little wonder that there are so many events and activities in Solihull every year.

Use our What’s On calendar to see what’s happening across the borough.

Please note: Solihull Council is not responsible for organising all the events/activities in the calendar. Please check the details in the individual listing and contact the organiser to make sure the event/activity is going ahead. We will only announce cancelled events on our Facebook and Twitter accounts if they are organised by the Council.

If you're planning on holding an event in one of our parks or Solihull town centre please complete our events enquiry form.

For the latest business support events and information visit www.solihullforsuccess.com.

For visitor information, including major events, tourist attractions and hotel accommodation within Solihull visit www.destinationsolihull.com.

Upcoming events

Monday 28 October
Unplug and Play

Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens, 12.00pm – 3.00pm (Gardens open from 11.00am)

Castle Bromwich Historic Gardens is hosting Unplug and Play – a programme of October half-term family fun.  Get the wellies at the ready for five afternoons of outdoor exploration, spooktacular crafts and pumpkin trails.  Children can get lost in the Holly Maze, explore the Summer House or Holly Walk, and build dens in the trees. 

Children should wear their spookiest costumes to the Halloween silent disco on Thursday 31 October. While the little ones are enjoying themselves parents can roam the Grade 2* listed walled garden, the only remaining 18th Century formal English garden in the UK.

Entrance costs: Under 5s go free, £2 for adults and over 5s. Free for Family Activities Annual Pass holders.  Activities are free.

For more information, visit www.castlebromwichhallgardens.org.uk  or call 0121 749 4100.

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Tuesday 29 October
Mini Beast Hunting

The Parkridge Centre, Brueton Park, B91 3HW, 12.30am – 1.30pm

Make your own web and find some creepy crawlies hiding out in the deep dark woods.  Suitable for children aged 2+.  Entrance costs £3.50 per child.  For more information visit enquiries@wkwt.org.uk or to book tickets go to www.warwickshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/events

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Tuesday 29 October
Hibernating Hedgehogs

The Parkridge Centre, Brueton Park, B91 3HW, 10.30am – 11.30am

Find out about hedgehogs and their night time lives, what they eat and where they go in winter.  Visitors can make a mud hedgehog too!  Suitable for children aged 2+.  Entrance costs £3.50 per child.  For more information visit enquiries@wkwt.org.uk  or to book tickets go to www.warwickshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/events

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