It’s hard to imagine it’s been a year since the Kings Heath village square officially opened. To celebrate it’s first anniversary there will be an event in held on Saturday 13’th October 2012 which starts at 11AM at the square itself.
On the day learn about “You enter” a poem by Senior Lecturer in English, Dr Rosie Miles which is etched into a paved swirl feature in a walkway leading to paved labyrinth. The labyrinth was designed by artist Alison Ogle based in nearby Worcester. Also learn about the restored Edwardian lamppost at the outer corner of the square which points towards the swirl feature.
The’ll also be a special unveiling of the first flowerbed sponsor plaque linking local businesses and schools. While your there take a look inside the grade II listed All Saints Church it’s still a fantastic building and better than ever.
The Car Park entrance to all All Saints buildings and for the square itself is by a new access road to the left of the Medical Centre; parking is behind the old Church Hall. There is no direct pedestrian access across the site from the new carpark.