Sutton Park Archaeology Walk
A 2.5 mile walk through time with the Friends of Sutton Park Association around some of the many well-preserved archaeological remains of the Park’s past, from a medieval deer park to twentieth century soldiers. We will see banks and ditches that show how deer were hunted and woods were managed, fishponds, mill pools and trackways, remains of a golf course and racecourse, and traces of a First World War camp. The walk starts at Sutton Park Town Gate, off Park Road. The nearest postcode is B73 6B. The starting point is 10 mins walk from Sutton Coldfield railway station, and 10 minutes from bus stops in Sutton Coldfield town centre.Please note that:
Car parking and toilets within Sutton Park are near the starting point. No toilets on walk route.
Café at Town Gate, pub nearby.
Walk is on rough grass and unsurfaced paths and includes uneven surfaces and slopes.
Suitable outdoor clothing and footwear essential. No shelter on route.
Organised by Friends of Sutton Park Association
Date & Time
Tues 12 Sept | 10am–12pm
The walk starts at Sutton Town Gate, off Park Road. Nearest postcode B73 6BU
BookingBooking not required
Regrettably, this walk is not wheelchair accessible. Walk is on rough grass and unsurfaced paths and includes uneven surfaces and slopes.