Cotteridge Park, Birmingham - A wonderful open space!

Cotteridge Park is one of the Victorian parks in the city, set in 22 acres. There's a 2 kilometre walking route through the park.


Cotteridge Park is located on Franklin Road in Cotteridge. With the Cross City Line to the east. You can also get to it from the Pershore Road, if walking down Breedon Road and crossing the bridge into the park.

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The bridge at the end of Breedon Road with street art, welcoming you to Cotteridge Park (December 2013). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

There's a 2 kilometre walking route through the park. Cotteridge Park has the Green Flag award. The park features a play area, skate park and tennis courts.

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Play Area, Skate Park and Tennis Courts at Cotteridge Park (September 2019). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

History of Cotteridge Park

The park has existed since Victorian times. It is 22 acres (89,000m2) in size. There used to be Sons of Rest building in the park but it was demolished in the late 1990s. The Friends of Cotteridge Park was started in 1997. During 2020, a new Community Shed building was built.

Cotteridge ParkCommunity Shed at Cotteridge Park (May 2021). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Winter at Cotteridge Park

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Cotteridge Park (December 2013). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Summer at Cotteridge Park

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Play Area at Cotteridge Park (August 2018). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Autumn at Cotteridge Park

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Squirrel at Cotteridge Park (September 2019). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Project dates

05 Aug 2019 - On-going

Passions

Green open spaces

Contact

Your Place Your Space

Jonathan Bostock

0121 410 5520
jonathan.bostock@ yourplaceyourspace.com