Bloomsbury Park, Birmingham - A wonderful open space!

Bloomsbury Park, in Nechells, is a large, open, grassy area, used by the local community for recreation. The Lanchester Car Monument by Tim Tolkien can be found here.

Where is Bloomsbury Park?

Bloomsbury Park is on Bloomsbury Street, Nechells, Birmingham, B7 4PQ. Close to Nechells Parkway, and not far from Duddeston Station.


In brief

The park also has a play area and a metal sculpture of one of the earliest motor cars built in Birmingham, the Lanchester. This was made of steel in 1995 by Tim Tolkien (a great nephew of the writer J. R. R. Tolkien). It commemorates the work of Frederick William Lanchester. The park was formerly called Bloomsbury Village Green.

Lanchester car sculptureLanchester car sculpture at Bloomsbury Park. Photo by Oosoom at Wikipedia (October 2006)


Project dates

21 Sep 2021 - On-going


Environment & green action, People & community, Green open spaces


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Jonathan Bostock

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