Bournville Heritage Open Day – Saturday 14th September
Bournville Heritage Open Day is back for 2019 on Saturday 14th September from 10am-4pm.
Visit George Cadbury’s famous garden village. 15 historic venues will be throwing open their doors for a day, FREE, as part of Heritage Open Days.
So, you can meander around the Cadbury Birmingham legacy, as tours, exhibitions, activities and family fun will be featured.
Explore and experience the legacy that began in 1824. John Cadbury, a young Quaker, opened his shop in Birmingham selling coffee, tea, drinking chocolate and cocoa amongst other things.
This morphed into the Bournville estate, which was given to the Bournville Village Trust in 1901 by George Cadbury.
So come along and visit The Beeches, a beautiful historic building built in the 1900s by the Cadbury Family.
Most noteworthy, The Beeches provided holidays for children from the slums from 1908. It was used as a hospital during 1918 and became a rest house for Free Church Ministers.
Above all. Rare images will be available which give an insight into how this historic building began its life in the early 1900s.
The Beeches is offering a dinner, bed and breakfast promotion for those of you who would like to stay in the area over Heritage Week.
DBB for 2 at £120.00, £85.00 for single occupancy.
All our comfy 56 bedrooms at The Beeches are en-suite and provide tea & coffee making facilities, TV, hairdryer, safe, plus free Wi-Fi access.
Surprisingly tranquil, given its proximity to the Birmingham City Centre and nearby Birmingham Airport, The Beeches provides a perfect environment to relax and unwind.
Book now to avoid disappointment!
To make a reservation simply contact:
T: 0121 433 3311