Elmdon Nature Park, Tanhouse Farm Rd, Solihull B92 9EY, UK
About Elmdon Park
Elmdon Park is a park and local nature reserve in Elmdon, Solihull, West Midlands. It was established in 1944 when the house and grounds of the derelict Elmdon Hall were bought up by the then Solihull Urban District Council. This is a quite mature woodland, but it is well visited. The woods themselves are split in two by a beautiful open parkland with 2 pools at the bottom of the hill.
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The West Midlands is a ceremonial county, metropolitan county, and combined authority area in west-central England. It was the second-most populous county in England after Greater London. Famous for so many attractive locations and also a unique location for a leisure trip.