Fox Hollies Park
In 1929 Birmingham City Parks Department acquired Fox Hollies Park, some 40 acres of beautiful park land which was valued then at £250. Winding through the middle of the park is Westley Brook, on which once stood Broomhall Mill, one of a string of mills that ran through the area.
A main feature of the park is the large pool, which boasts a great variety of fish. There are some small wooded areas throughout the park, enhanced in 1989 by the planting of some 3,000 trees.
With a Ranger Service now established, many more improvements are planned for this beautiful park.