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

Sunday 20 October
Willow coppicing

Packhorse Bridge, Marsh Lane, Hampton in Arden, times tbc

Help the Conservation Volunteers to carry out willow coppicing at Packhorse Bridge.  Times will be agreed by those taking part.  For more information visit www.solihullcv.org.uk or to register, either email davidcollins1@aol.com or ring Dave Fernie on 0121 459 1697.

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Saturday 26 October
Kingshurst Literary Litter Pickers

Kingshurst Library, Kingshurst, 10.30am to 12.00pm

The Kingshurst Literary Litter Pickers were set up since in mid 2018 and meets once a month to do litter picks round the Parade and areas around Kingshurst and St Anthony’s Schools. In three months we, along with the Smiths Wood litter pickers cleared over 10 tonnes of rubbish. We are very keen for parents and particularly primary age children to be involved and try and include all members of our community. We host it in the library as it also helps to promote their services. All the equipment is provided through Love Solihull, which is part of Solihull Council

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Sunday 27 October
Elmdon Park Litter Pickers

Tanhouse Farm Road, opposite Elmdon Park Play Area, 9.00am

Join the Elmdon Park litter pickers on one of the monthly litter picks in Elmdon Park. The litter pickers meet by Elmdon Park play area opposite Tanhouse Farm Rd at 9:00am usually on the last Sunday of every month. Everyone is welcome and we would really appreciate you giving up an hour of your time to help keep Elmdon Park clean. All necessary equipment is provided. Thank you for your support and see you there.

 

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Sunday 27 October
Smith’s Wood Litter Pickers

End of Woodpecker Grove, opposite Smith’s Wood playing field, 9.30am to 11.00am

Do your bit for the community by helping litter pick on the last Sunday of the month. For more information follow the Smiths Wood Litter Pickers on Twitter. 

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Sunday 27 October
Haunting Halloween

Brueton Park, B91 3HA, 5.30pm; 5.50pm; 6.10pm; 6.30pm; 6.50pm

Take a scary walk around the park to meet Smelly Nelly the witch and her monstrous friends, enjoy spooky storytelling and mysterious magic, and finish with a creepy craft activity.  Wear the most horrifying Halloween outfit for a chance to win a prize in the fancy dress competition!  Bring a torch and warm clothing.  Pre-booking is essential - book tickets via the Contact Centre on 0121 704 8000 - £3 per adult, £2 per child.  Meet by the car park. 

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Monday 28 October
Nature Families

The Parkridge Centre, Brueton Park, B91 3HW,10.30am – 12.00pm & 1.30pm – 3.00pm

Drop in session for babies and toddlers with messy and sensory play. Suitable for children aged 0-4.  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
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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Wednesday 30 October
Den Building

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

Find out how to survive outside in winter by learning how to make a survival den in the woods, to keep warm and sheltered away from the cold. Suitable for children aged 5+.  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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Wednesday 30 October
Autumn Colours

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

How many colours can be found in nature? Look closely as the colours start to change, try bark rubbings and make a leafy lantern to take home. 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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