A guided walk around Old Yardley Village
The old village of Yardley has a history that is centuries old, with buildings that belong to medieval times, as well as the 18th and 19th centuries. It has been a designated Conservation Area since 1969. Join local historian Mike Byrne for a gentle walk around the village, with the opportunity to learn about the buildings’ historical significance, including how one Vicar wanted to demolish them and another irrevocably altered the area around the Church.
Public transport includes buses 11, 97, 73.
Car parking on Church Road
Refreshments and toilet facilities are available in the Church and Trust School.
For enquiries about this walk or the Yardley Conservation Society, please email us
Organised by Yardley Conservation Society
Date & TimeSun 17 Sept | 2pm–3pm
LocationMeeting point Trust School, 422-424 Church Road, Yardley, B33 8PB
(adjacent to St Edburgha’s Church)
BookingBooking not required
This is a gentle outdoor walk, expect uneven pavements, crossing roads etc. Low-density traffic, flagstone pavements, lawned areas. It should take about 45 minutes to an hour.