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Thrive, Birmingham, at Kings Heath Park

section of Kings Heath Park Garden showing lots of purple aliums

Thrive uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people living with disabilities or ill health, or who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable.

You can find us in the old TV gardens in King’s Heath Park. We also run various outreach projects in the wider community. For those that remember, the TV gardens provided the outside broadcasting location for Pebble Mill and previously Gardeners’ World and Gardening Times

Detailed Information


email: Birmingham@Thrive.org.uk

Tel Thrive Birmingham on 0121 293 4531

More information can be found on our web site (link below)


Thrive Birmingham
Kings Heath Park
Kings Heath
B14 7TQ

Thrive Head Office
Trunkwell Park
Beech Hill
Reading, Berkshire

Thrive Website

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  • Donations greatly appreciated.

Opening Hours

  • Open on the last Friday of each month for guided tours at 11:30 & 12:30. Occasional special open days. Private guided tours can also be arranged. Please call 0121 293 4531 or
    email: Birmingham@Thrive.org.uk


Several greenhouses and many thriving  plants in pots ready for planting

  • Cafe available in the park.

    Toilets available for use by visitors at Thrive events.


    abundant display of flowers against a background of trees and blue sky
  • Social Therapeutic Horticulture (STH)  based programs for those with disabilities or ill health

    Other activities for the public and visitors:

    Garden Tours
    Community Open Days
    Family & Children Half Term and Summer Activities
    Bookable horticultural workshops eg: Succulent Planting

Disabled Visitors

  • Partly accessible


  • Two free car parks available in Kings Heath Park – entrances on Vicarage Road and Avenue Road