We are very proud to announce the Love Seat has been installed in Stirchley Park today.
The Love Seat was commissioned for Love Stirchley More by Place Prospectors back in February 2013 and many festival goers and residents wrote their love messages or thoughts on love onto the seat. We hope many more messages may appear on it in the future.
We’d like to thank The Friends of Stirchley Park, Birmingham City Council and Kerwood Design and Build who have installed the seat for free. Also Travis Perkins for supplying the cement.
It’s sink or swim time for Stirchley baths as a second round heritage lottery fund bid is soon to be submitted by Birmingham City Council.
The flourishing of the building relies not only on funding to repair the derelict baths building, but also on people to use it. We will be creating a balloontastic experience on the bowling green behind the derelict Stirchley Baths building where anyone can help turn sink into swim and help make this building a success.
Join us on 8 June 11 – 1 for a unique Stirchley experience.
Hand holding around Stirchley’s historic gyratory – how many did it take to make it into the Stirchley Book of records?An accapella version of ‘What’s Love Got to do with it’, directed by Clare Fray with local residents.
‘Brief Encounter in chocolate’ by Lizzy Bean at Stirchley ExpressoA saying by Yoganda, installed at Wards Green grocers‘Whatever a moon’ by Metaphysique – Pierette wanders the streets of Stirchley looking for the love of her life. ‘Feed the need’ – tattoo designed by Jayne Murray with Skinnys Ink. Some specially commissioned Stirchley Sauce in partnership with CuffufleThe Love Boat – The Laughing Sole and Barbara Nice took people on a journey of love on our Love Boat from train station to canal basin with comedy raffle to end.