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Malvern and Brueton Park, Solihull

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Malvern and Brueton Park is a town park and local nature reserve in Solihull in the West Midlands. The park is formed from a comparatively narrow strip of land, with the length being approximately ten times the average width, but it is looped forming a roughly U-shaped layout. The parks cover an area of approximately 130 acres (0.53 km2). Historically the park was formed by the joining of two separate parcels of different land. There is a large water feature, Brueton Park Lake, which runs through the southern end of the park, and is formed by the damming of a local watercourse, the River Blythe.
The park currently has a Green Flag Award given for its management qualities.

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  • There are two separate carparks, one is in the Malvern part of the park which is in the town centre. The other car park is located on the Old Warwick Road for Brueton park and the nature reserve...  more »
  • May be because of the chill, there were very few people ou. It should have meant more wildlife out. But there were none.  more »
  • Very disappointed after our walk in Brueton park today. The wild life was non existent. We saw no small birds despite throwing down bird food & seeds. The tree's were empty. There weren't even any...  more »
  • Lovely park to go for a walk or just sit and enjoy the beautiful lawns and mixture of trees and shrubs. Well kept lake to feed the ducks. Oh and three hours of free parking, what more do you need.
  • Pleasant and clean park. Shallow pond area for kids to play in/around. Nature reserve with cafe/toilets. Wonderful mature trees of various species...particularly oak. Open space areas. Free parking for 3 hours.
  • Lovely park for a walk, run or cycle. Park Run is there of a Saturday morning. Walk through to Malvern Park for a great children's playground, then cross the road to Solihull Town centre.
  • A great park to go and relax by the lake, play tennis, football,. Or go looking for Conker's!!! hide and seek in the woods!!! Well worth going there.
  • Lovely park. Great for walks and picnics. You can take out door activities with you such as football, frizbee, bowling, or cricket. There's a basketball net there althou the pitch isn't great but it has many courts for tennis or similar. There is a cafe with toilet facility.

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