Things to see & do
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Sunday 13 September 11am - 1pm
Discover Coleshill's hidden Second World War history on this informative guided walk through village, woods and parkland at the home of the British Resistance. Booking is essential. Adult £5, child £2.50 More details here
Coleshill 1940s day
Sunday 20 September 10am - 5pm
Step back in time and join us for a family street party, 1940s style.
Re-enactors, vintage vehicles, big band music, rural crafts, face-painting, teas, icecreams and BBQ.
Adult £4, child £2 (including National Trust members)
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Witness the changing seasons
Season of mists, mellow fruitfulness ... and funghi hunting. How many varieties can you spot? Soak up the Autumn colours, make wild art and forage for blackberries when you visit at this time of year.
See the countryside burst back into life. Highlights include the spectacular display of bluebells at Badbury Clump, the site of a former Iron Age hill fort, which has been replanted with beech trees.
Wrap up in your thermals, and work off the excesses of the season with some winter walking. Appreciate a different type of beauty... frosted spiders' webs, chocolate earth of ploughed fields, stark tree silhouettes or even a dusting of snow over parkland.
This summer we have a great diary of events for you to enjoy with all the family. Join one of rangers for a gentle river walk, go bug hunting for dragonflies, or track nocturnal beasts at our night-time bat walk.