The Valley.

Wildlife & Plants.

The Buildings.

The Park.

Image of the brook

New Hall Valley Country Park is a nature conservation site situated north east of Birmingham in the town of Sutton Coldfield. This former farmland covers 198 acres of green belt countryside and forms a corridor between Walmley and Sutton town centre. It is an important nature reserve consisting of historic wetland grazing meadows, Plants Brook stream and a number of listed buildings including a working 17th century corn mill, and a moated 14th century hotel.


The Valley is home to a wide range of animals, birds, insects and plants. Kingfishers, heron, dragonflies, water voles and brook trout can be seen in or around the Plants Brook, while in the skies buzzards soar majestically in the air currents.


Whatever the season, New Hall Valley Country Park will appeal to the casual walker, the keen cyclist or for a family day out. Each route is signposted and information boards highlight things of interest for that area. There is free car parking at some of the designated entry points.

© The New Hall Valley Country Park Steering Group 2012      Website by David Jones Illustration. Tel: 0121 329 3663