Highbury Gardens Delivered
The Chamberlain Highbury Trust (CHT) was established in 2016 to raise funds and establish a plan for the restoration of Highbury in Moseley. We are delighted to have received funds from National Lottery Heritage Fund and Historic England to carry out work in the grounds at Highbury. The Highbury Gardens Project is now underway and the contractors and our Highbury team are working hard to reinstate aspects of the built and natural heritage around the estate.
Come and join us for our public launch of Restoring Chamberlain’s Highbury Gardens Project. On Sunday 13 Sept we will set up stalls and areas around the estate to demonstrate the changes and improvements we are making. This will include historic maps, photo displays, planting plans, research material from our Rhododendron project, produce from the Highbury Orchard and our community engagement plans.
Highbury was gifted for the benefit of the people of Birmingham and is situated at the northern edge of Highbury Park. CHT is all about sharing Highbury with the community, so please come and have a walk through the grounds, meet our team and see for yourself the restoration progress and new views around the estate. We are engaging volunteers to help with the groundwork and become part of Highbury’s future. If you are interested in becoming a grounds volunteer please get in touch via social media @ChamberlainHighburyTrust or ChamberlainHighburyTrust@outlook.com
Entry is free and you can access Highbury from Yew Tree Road entrance, Moseley or via the park. As part of our commitment to our funders and the community, we would like all visitors to come up to the main lawn so we can register you. We are working hard to ensure the sustainability of our work and the longevity of the legacy of the Chamberlains at Highbury.
Date & Time
Sun 13 Sept | 10am – 3pm
Highbury, 4 Yew Tree Road, Moseley, B13 8QG
Booking not required
Uneven surfaces and most of the estate is on a hill. Level access is available from the street to the terrace. The hall will NOT be open to visitors but there may be access to indoor toilets if government guidance allows. If not, a chemical toilet will be provided