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Lickey Hills Country Park

The Lickey Hills Country Park lies 11 miles south of Birmingham City centre and covers an area of 524 acres. Included in the park is an eighteen hole golf course, bowls, tennis and putting green. The visitor centre provides a focal point for nature conservation activities within the park. Exhibitions leaflets and information on nature trails, guided walks and other activities organised by the Ranger service are available in the centre. Visitors can also enjoy light snacks and refreshments in the tea room whilst children can explore the large adventure playground. 


Snow1.jpg (79279 bytes) Lickey Hills Golf Course
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Snow3.jpg (46736 bytes) Beacon Hill
RoseandCrown.jpg (61422 bytes) Old Rose and Crown
Lickey Hills Golf Course


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Visitor Centre
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Adventure Playground


sculpture1.jpg (208410 bytes) Spirit of the Woods
As you walk around the country park, you will find several sculptures.
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View looking towards South Birmingham


view2.jpg (104522 bytes) View looking towards Golf Course view3.jpg (101967 bytes) View looking towards
Golf Course


beacon3.jpg (108390 bytes) The Toposcope
Beacon Hill
The Beacon is 975 ft above sea level.
arch.jpg (124821 bytes) The Toposcope was rebuilt here in 1988 to mark the park's centenary.


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The Lickey
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The Lickey


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Rose Hill
trough.jpg (181038 bytes) Horse Trough
Rose Hill


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The Obelisk
Monument Lane
Built in memory of the Sixth Earl of Plymouth
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Monument Lane


If you are interested in Old Rubery and the Lickey Hills you will enjoy this book with over 200 old photographs.
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Images of England. Rubery and Lickey Hills Birmingham Around Rubery and Lickey Hills
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