Signs of spring at Bromsgrove's BirdBox as petting farm's furry favourites get set to visit - The Bromsgrove Standard

Signs of spring at Bromsgrove's BirdBox as petting farm's furry favourites get set to visit

Bromsgrove Editorial 16th Mar, 2022   0

THE SIGNS of spring will be evident at Bromsgrove’s BirdBox from 10am to 2pm next Saturday, March 26, when furry favourites from a petting farm pay the popular venue a visit.

Youngsters – and the young at heart – will be able to learn all about the animals and have a cuddle with some of them at Bromsgrove District Council’s latest Welcome Back Fund event.

Visitors will be able to create animal-related keep-sakes during a craft session and local vendors will offer food and drink

The springtime session is the last in the series at BirdBox which also hosted last month’s successful dinosaur capers and the Christmas markets.




Bromsgrove District Council’s Portfolio for Leisure, Coun Michael Thompson, said: “These events not only create a buzz in our town centre for residents to enjoy but it offer support to our local traders who felt the pinch during the pandemic.”

The few mini events – paid for by the Government’s Welcome Back Fund – will be held across the district’s centres during the rest of March.


Bromsgrove District Council has worked with NWEDR to spend the cash Bromsgrove’s centres under the ‘Your People, Your Places, Your Bromsgrove’ banner.

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