April saw the launch of our first walking trail, the Roland Kedge trail, which starts at the Great Stone Inn in Northfield, travels through Victoria Common to Selly Oak Park and ends at the Aston Webb boulder at the University of Birmingham, via the Worcester and Birmingham canal.

For further information of the first launch and details of the second launch to be held in Kings Norton on Saturday 4th May and others to follow, please click the link: Birmingham’s Erratic Boulders Project Update Apr_May (4) 2022 for the latest project update.

Volunteer roles for this project include trail testers (on foot and/or cycling), trail guides and guardians, geologists, social history researchers and events assistants. If you have an interest in any of these areas, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Zoë Jackson by email: z.jackson@worc.ac.uk or via the EHT office on eht@worc.ac.uk or telephone 01905 855184.

Val Turner, Project Manager


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