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A dozen places to go & things to do around West Midlands

A dozen places to go & things to do around West Midlands

With the summer holidays now in full swing, you may be thinking of some fun family activities that will entertain everyone! We have suggested a dozen places you could go and things to do around West Midlands this summer…

1. West Midland Safari Park (Spring Grove, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 1LF)
2. Bouncing Oxygen Trampoline Park (Air Space Trampoline Park, Well Lane, Wednesfield, Wolverhampton WV11 1TB)
3. Mars golf Mr Mulligans Birmingham (Unit 5-7, Broadway Plaza, Five Ways, Birmingham, West Midlands BI6 8LP)
4. Ackers Adventure (Golden Hillock Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, B11 2PY)
5. Bowling Strike Acocks Green Bowl (Westley Road, Acocks Green, Birmingham)
6. Soft play Adventureland (Unit 6, Coppice Lane, Aldridge)
7. Air Space (Well Lane, Wednesfield, Wolverhampton)
8. Exterior of arena at night – Arena Birmingham (King Edward\’s Road, Birmingham, B1 2AA)
9. View of front of hall and lawn – Aston Hall (Trinity Road, Aston, Birmingham, B6 6JD)
10. Football game – Aston Villa Football Club (Villa Park, Trinity Road, Birmingham)
11. Lake surrounded by trees – Baggeridge Country Park (Gospel End, Sedgley, Dudley)
12. Formal gardens and house – Bantock House Museum & Park. (Finchfield Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV3 9LQ)

We would love to hear what days out you have planned this summer! If you have any suggestion or ideas that you would like to share, please contact our team by emailing us at socialm@sunbeamfostering.com

Have a wonderful summer!

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“When they told me that I had been approved for fostering, well I just cried. I was an emotional wreck and was so happy that I just couldn’t hold back my very, very, happy tears.”

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