The Garden

The Village of Solihull

Rewilding Project

With thanks to a grant from Virgin Media O2 Together Fund, The Village of Solihull shares a gift with the community - a tool to bring families together and encourage connectedness within ourselves, between each other and with our environment. 


We hope to bring the community together in protecting our environment, noticing the wonder all around us and feeling grounded and in tune with the world.

Our Rewilding Activities packs have been distributed to 300 families in the Solihull area. Inside it's pages you can find family-friendly activities, challenges and tips for getting to know the local area, having fun and learning.

To download the Rewilding Activity Pack click here: 

Complete our survey and you could win a fantastic prize!


By completing our survey you will directly influence how The Garden of Solihull will be designed and created

As a thank you for sharing your thoughts, if you complete the survey by 31st July 2021 you can be entered into our prize draw to win this Meli & Ro Activity Pack (worth £50) for your family!* 

Bursting with fun, the Meli & Ro Children's activity pack will keep kids entertained for hours.


Totally Screen free entertainment. Carefully curated to ensure maximum fun for your little ones.


Educational activities for your child. Small sets, perfect to take to anywhere.

Competition T&Cs:

Competition closes at midnight on 31st July 2021. You must enter your email address when prompted within the survey to be entered into the competition. The winner will be picked at random and will be contacted by The Village Charity.

The Garden of Solihull FACTS
  • Gardening engages all sorts of senses and helps children to develop and recognise them without even realising

  • Over 90% of Solihull residents live in an urban area, many with no access to their own gardens

  • The community of North Solihull live on the new HS2 train line and conserving the environment and improvising green spaces is very important here

  • People living in the most deprived neighbourhoods in Solihull are more exposed to environmental conditions which negatively affect health

  • There is increasing evidence that exposure to plants and green space, and particularly to gardening, is beneficial to mental and physical health

  • Aerobic activities such as digging, raking or mowing the lawn get the heart pumping and can burn as many calories or more as going to the gym


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