Fresh air and exercise once a day has become an important part of the lockdown routine for many of us. For people local to Sarehole Mill, today we are releasing one FREE walk from our Walk Birmingham book so you can explore Moseley Bog and its connections to the Bronze Age.
Download the free Moseley Bog walk. Walk Birmingham is full of routes across Birmingham and is now also available to purchase.
• You can download the e-book for phones, tablets and Kindles for £7.99 via www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B087JSTK3Y
• Purchase the pocket book online for home delivery from shop.birminghammuseums.org.uk/collections/books/products/walk-birmingham
• Or buy a copy at the Community Shop at Sarehole Mill when buying your essentials if you’re local to the area www.birminghammuseums.org.uk/sarehole/community-shop
It covers many walks all over the city from Sutton Coldfield and Longbridge to Harborne and Sheldon, so you may find something local to you and discover a new part of your neighbourhood. In line with government guidelines, please only complete nearby walks and don’t drive to complete walks outside of your local area.
Walking is good for us and our mental well-being. Be mindful of the things to you see and hear as you walk, and learn fascinating facts about the local history included in each route.
Walk Birmingham is written by Mike Hodder and Sue Whitehouse and was funded by LoveBrum and their generous supporters.
Your purchase will be supporting Birmingham Museums Trust through this time of great financial uncertainty. As a charity, your help now will mean we can continue to support the people of Birmingham through this difficult time and beyond.
Every book sale will have a positive impact by supporting us to care for Birmingham’s unique collection and heritage and continue our work with people in the community. Find out more about how you can support us here www.birminghammuseums.org.uk/support-us.