The Valley.

Wildlife & Plants.

The Buildings.

The Park.

Bridge spanning the brooke
Information sign image

The New Hall Valley Country Park is an area close to it’s surrounding community, and has two playgrounds and a picnic area for individuals and families to enjoy the wildlife near their neighbourhood. Cycle paths form part of the North Birmingham Cycling and Walking Route,  with Birmingham City Council creating a connected cycle route that starts from the Birmingham & Frazeley Canal, through Kingstanding and Sutton Park to New Hall Valley, and then returning to the canal.

The NVCPSG work party of volunteers

A group of volunteers help to manage and maintain the quality of the park by carrying out any repair work, litter picking, tree planting and general maintenance. Called The New Hall Valley Country Park Steering Group, they comprise of local councillors, ward support officers, and members


Wardens in the New Hall Valley help plan and look after the habitat. Nature conservation is an important part of their work which involves managing the woodland, planting trees and marking those that may need conservation work or felling.

Image of signpost

of the local community who have, since the park’s inauguration in 2002, been instrumental in the creation (and subsequent repairing of) the wetland board walk seen in the picture below, and maintaining paths.

Image of an information signboard

Follow the New Hall Valley Country Park Steering Group on Facebook for news and updates

Image of the wetland boardwalk