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the 2015 Bournville Village Festival;
how to book a stall,
how to buy tickets,
how to see what great activites we have on the day,
how your business can help support us through placing an advert.
Jo-Ann Curtis, the Curator of the Birmingham History Galleries, which opened at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in 2012, will give us an illustrated overview.
The Bournville Society has a fascinating 2014/2015 programme of events. Click here for more details.
Each year the Bournville Village Council pick a new Bournville Festival Queen to be crowned at the Bournville Festival in June. This years auditions take place on the 29th April. Click here for more details on how to apply.
Click here for more details on how to apply.
The 2014 activities programme hosted at Dame Elizabeth Hall is now available as well as booking details for the Hall.
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The gifted architect William Alexander Harvey, responsible for so many of Bournville's most iconic building designs wrote a famous book in 1906 entitled, The Model Village and its Cottages: Bournville.
It contains photos and drawings of many of those early houses as well as his unique insight into the development of Bournville.
Click here to view this historic book.
Members of the Bournville Society Committee have spent eighteen months preparing a new publication devoted to the Bournville Estate and published by Amberley Publishing Ltd. An exhaustive trawl through many major picture archives and the entire collection of Bournville Works Magazine from 1902 revealed fascinating information.
The committee has sought to use pictures which have not been widely published and many will be viewed for the first time. Each historic picture is replicated in colour by a contemporary photograph taken from the same position where possible.