9 Sept 2017 | 10.30am – 4.30pm
Heritage Open Day: 100 years of History of the local Church and area
St Germain’s Church, 180 Portland Road, Edgbaston B16 9TD
This year marks the centenary of the church designed by Edwin Francis Reynolds which was one of a small number of Churches built during WW1. We will have an exhibition, talks and family activities which will enable people to find out about the history of the church how and why it developed and it’s links with local business and trusts such as the Gillott Trust, George Dixon School and the Scout Association. Visitors will be able to see the Rushworth and Dreaper organ which was commissioned as a war memorial, Arts and Crafts features such the painted wooden roof beams and triptych painted Miss Kate Bunce, a notable pre-Raphaelite artist. Art works from Birmingham Conversations: Faith In The Public Sphere Exhibition will be on temporary display.
A pop up pay as you feel Real Junk Food café will available.
No booking required.