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The ruins at Weoley Castle are over 700 years old and are the remains of the moated medieval manor house that once stood here. The site has been inhabited from the 12th century and, according to the Doomsday Book, was part of the estates of William Fitz Ansculf.
Excavations have revealed the wealthy status of the castle’s occupants. Finds have included glass from Syria and a range of kitchen equipment. Some of the objects can be seen at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
Other venues nearby
Bournbrook & Selly Oak Social Club about 1.1 miles away 13A Hubert Road BirminghamB29 6DX
Next up Barry Vincent 25 May, 7.00pm
The White Horse, Harborne about 1.2 miles away 2 York Street Harborne BirminghamB17 0HG
Next up Tony Foster 25 May, 9.30pm
Selly Manor about 1.3 miles away Maple Road Bournville BirminghamB30 2AE
Next up The Importance of Being Earnest 16 Jul, 7.00pm
Bramall Music Building about 1.4 miles away University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2TT
Next up Sinfonia 12 Jun, 7.30pm
The Barber Institute about 1.5 miles away University of Birmingham Edgbaston B15 2TS
Next up Drawing Sundays 26 May, 11.00am