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More details - The Beach Boys® Tribute Show
Beach Boyz Tribute Band is back in town with its brand new 2019 show The Beach Boys® Tribute Show! See the boys up close as featured on BBC TV, BBC Radio Wales and BBC and independent local radio stations across the UK!
The Core Theatre, Homer Rd, Touchwood, Solihull

More details - Wightwick Manor and Gardens - Garden Party for All
Heritage Open Day: Welcome one, welcome all! The Mander family liked to open up Wightwick Manor and Gardens to everyone for a good Garden Party - and on 21 & 22 September, you’re invited to join in with music, games and fun for all the family! Party like it’s 1902!
National Trust, Wightwick Manor, Wightwick Bank, Wolverhampton
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Coventry Freemen's Guild Room
Heritage Open Day: The City of Coventry Freemen’s Guild was re-formed in 1946 with the assistance of the City of London Freemen’s Guild. The original Guild was formed in the 14th century but was disbanded by Henry VIII.
Freemen’s Guildroom, St Mary’s Guildhall, Bayley Lane, Coventry
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Prefabulous - The Wake Green Road Prefabs
Heritage Open Day: Join us for an opportunity to see inside some of the historic grade II listed prefabs on the Wake Green Road and take a trip down memory lane with the Moving Prefab Museum.
Wake Green Road (Specific prefabs to be identified nearer the time), Birmingham

More details - Draper's Hall
Heritage Open Day: Grade II listed Drapers Hall was built for the Draper’s Company in 1832 by architects Rickman & Hutchison in the Greek Revival style. Its stunning Regency interiors are largely intact.
Bayley Lane, Coventry
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - The Great Meeting House Unitarian Church, Coventry
Heritage Open Day: The home for liberal religion in Coventry. You’ll be welcome between 10 and 2 on Saturday 21, and at 11 on Sunday 22 (usual service time): good stained glass and interesting organ, information about famous Unitarians.
Unitarian Church, 116 Holyhead Road, Coventry
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - St Mary Magdalen Church
Heritage Open Day: The first thing that strikes you as you approach is the blue roof, glinting in the sun or glittering in the rain. And indeed, St Mary Magdalen’s is known as ‘The Church with the Blue Roof’. The owner of the land in 1168 was the Earl of Chester, Hugh of Cyfeiliog.
St. Mary Magdalen Church, Sir Thomas Whites Road, Coventry
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - St Matthew's Parish Church, Walsall
Heritage Open Day: See our 15th century chancel and font; 19th century nave and ceiling; stained glass. Guided tours of tower and 800 year old crypt. Exhibition about 1847 gas explosion. Refreshments; cream teas on Saturday.
St Matthew’s Parish Church, St Matthew’s Close, Walsall

More details - The Crotchet Club
Music education for 4+5 year olds. Taught in small groups this is the perfect introduction to music for your child . The course teaches the basics of music in a fun , informative environment with a guaranteed future place at DMS H of E Music Academy .
1664 high street Knowle
Today, Sat 28 Sep, Sat 5 Oct, Sat 12 Oct, Sat 19 Oct, Sat 26 Oct, Sat 2 Nov
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More details - St Edburgha's Church
Heritage Open Day: Our 700 year old church can only be open when it is staffed. This is one of only a few times when it will be open at weekends this year.
St Edburgha’s Church, Church Road, Yardley, Birmingham
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Council House
Heritage Open Day: The Council House is a Grade II early Tudor style listed building with rich heraldic decoration. It was built in 1913-17 although due to the start First World War, the building was not officially opened until June 1920 by the Duke of York.
Coventry City Council, Council House, Earl Street, Coventry
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Stourbridge’s Historical 18th Century Unitarian Chapel
Heritage Open Day: ’Power to the People’ is the theme of Heritage Open Days this year. But what have Unitarians ever done for us? Visit our lovely old chapel, built in 1788, and see our Exhibition to learn about surprising things Unitarians have done for this country.
, 176 Lower High Street, Stourbridge

More details - Discover Stirchley Baths
Heritage Open Day: Stirchley Baths was opened for swimming & bathing in 1911 and closed in 1986. It is a Grade 2 Listed building which was saved by community action and reopened in 2015 as a community centre. Explore the building & how the community saved it.
Bournville Lane, Stirchley, Stirchley, Birmingham

More details - Church of the Ascension, Hall Green
Heritage Open Day: Come and visit this handsome and historic Queen Anne Church and find out more about its history. There will be free refreshments and a treasure hunt for children with small prizes.
93B School Road, Hall Green, Birmingham

More details - St Mark's Church
Heritage Open Day: Built in the Gothic Revival style in 1868 by architects Paull and Robinson an opportunity to view the chapel including the Feibusch Mural ’Ascension’. The Jewish German artist (1898 - 1998) was awarded the German grant state prize for painters in 1930.
St. Marks Church Annexe, Bird Street, Coventry

More details - Dan Whitehouse and Boo Hewerdine
Playing both separate sets and collaborating, come and join Boo Hewerdine and Dan Whitehouse play Folk at the NAC.
Address: Dunkley Street

More details - Moseley Society History Collection and its 40th Anniversary
Heritage Open Day: A rare opportunity to see some of the Moseley History Collection and meet local historians while finding out about the 40 years that The Moseley Society has been adding to the history of the area.
Highfield House, 91 Church Road, Moseley, Birmingham

More details - Wightwick Manor and Gardens - Heritage Open Day Garden Party
Welcome one, welcome all to our free open days! The Mander family liked to open up Wightwick Manor and Gardens to everyone for a good Garden Party - and on 21 & 22 September, you’re invited to join in with music, games and fun for all the family! Party like it’s 1902!
Wightwick Manor and Gardens, Wightwick Bank, Wolverhampton
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Exploring the archaeology of Park Street burial ground
Heritage Open Day: As archaeological excavations of Park Street burial ground for HS2 come to a close, meet archaeologists from MOLA Headland carrying out the dig and find out what has been learned so far about life and death in 19th century Birmingham.
Eastside City Park, Curzon St, Birmingham

More details - The Old Print Works
Heritage Open Day: There will be a small exhibition of artefacts associated with the buildings history as a print works and guided tours around the building. There will be tours around the building - hopefully by atleast one of the ex workers in the Factory.
The Old Print Works, 498-506 Moseley Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham

More details - Saint Nicolas Place.The Old Grammar School & Tudor Merchant's House. Guided Tours
Heritage Open Day: A fascinating trip through over 500 years of history. This is the largest collection of Medieval and Tudor buildings in greater Birmingham area that are still in their original position. Timber buildings, with many stories to tell.
Parish of Kings Norton, 81 The Green, Kings Norton, Birmingham

More details - Bonds Hospital Almshouse
Heritage Open Day: Bonds Hospital was the first of the two ancient almshouses to be built and it forms the northern side of what is still a very picturesque quadrangle.
Hill Street, Coventry

More details - Aldridge Transport Museum
Heritage Open Day: Primarily a commercial road transport museum featuring buses but also including smaller exhibits. No problem with taking photos and opportunities to interact with many of the vehicles.
Aston Manor Road Transport Museum, Shenstone Drive, Walsall
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Coombe Country Park
Heritage Open Day: Coombe Abbey Country Park offers 500 acres of beautiful gardens, woodland, lakeside walks and bird watching all set against the stunning Coombe Abbey. The site is steeped in history dating back to 1150 when the Abbey was founded by Cistercian monks. The Abbey is now a hotel.
Brinklow Road, Binley, Coventry
Today, Sun 22 Sep

More details - Coventry Police Museum
Heritage Open Day: The Police museum was founded in 1957 by the then chief constable Edward Pendleton. Coventry police force was formed in March 1836 and was abolished in October 1969 when it amalgamated to become part of the Warwickshire and Coventry force. All areas of the museum will be open to look around.
Coventry Central Police Station, Little Park Street, Coventry
Today, Sun 22 Sep

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