Spring

Spring is a great time for bird watching, because migratory birds who visit Britain in the winter will be preparing to leave, and later in the season all the summer migrants will be just arriving. Our native birds will be busy nesting and raising chicks too so there is always lots to see.

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Summer

During the Summer, there are lots of different flowers blooming in our parks, gardens and green spaces. Lots of the plants which grow in the cemeteries are wildflowers, which are a really important source of food for insects like bees, butterflies and moths, who in return pollinate the flowers.

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Autumn

The cemeteries are beautiful in Autumn with crisp and crunchy fallen leaves everywhere, and all kinds of interesting fungi sprouting up overnight!

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Winter

There are still lots of things to see in the cemeteries in winter, and it can be easier to spot the tracks and traces left behind by birds and animals visiting.

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Jewellery Quarter Cemeteries Project

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We had an amazing day yesterday at the @jqbid #jqfestival collaborating with @jo_gane1 @suslifeuk @dontgointothecellar and of course the @friendskeyhillwarstonelanecem meeting so many amazing people

We couldn't have done it without everyone's help, including loads of support behind the scenes from @bhamcitycouncil @coffin_works @thehivejq and all the amazing #JQHeritageSquad volunteers.

Now we need to sleep for a week but then we'll be buzzing with ideas for 2023!
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We are very excited about 'Diamonds in the Rough' a unique tour with storytelling & live performance, exploring queer history in the JQ Cemeteries for LGBT History Month.
Join Sheldon K Goodman and
Sacha Coward from @thecemeteryclub
on 12th-14th February:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/diamonds-in-the-rough-tour-tickets-251264879017

#lgbthistory #valentinesday #birmingham #jewelleryquarter #jewelleryquarterbirmingham #cemetery #tour #birminghamheritage
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This project is possible because of funding from: