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  • Meet: Birmingham Bike Foundry, 1539 Pershore Road, Stirchley B30 2JH This cycling tour will explore the social history of bicycle production and use in Birmingham. We will visit sites of local and sometimes international importance to cycling as it developed into a significant industry and practice from the beginning of the 20th Century. The tour will last approximately three hours.
  • Meet at: Entrance to Moor Street Station, Queensway B4 7UL. We look but just how much do we see? Exploring beauty, mood and pattern in the most unexpected of places, Free Seeing is audience-led art that brings participants on a journey into new and surprising locations, encouraging viewers to see their surroundings from a different perspective.
  • Meet: Outside Pershore Street Car Park What is the legacy of this Birmingham: motor city? How to we treat our subway spaces today and how do we feel about our car parks? This 100 minute walk will explore aspects of the city's social, architectural and town planning history by taking a closer look at key car park and pedestrian subway landmarks around the city centre.
  • Meet: outside Eagle Insurance building,124 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 3SD Keen to discover the fantastical creatures and beasties hidden in plain sight in the city? Join Ally Standing on an urban safari of Birmingham’s business district and other city centre locations, which will combine fantasy, history, and exploration, to open eyes and minds to a fascinating animal aspect of late Victorian architecture.
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  • Meet: St Pauls Square, Hockley, Birmingham B3 1QU If you know Birmingham, you will probably know the work of William Bloye, though you may not know it. Bloye was the most prolific public sculptor in Birmingham in the Twentieth Century, yet his name nowadays is virtually unknown. His stylish work graces numerous public and private buildings around the city and further afield including libraries, churches, hospitals, schools, museums and pubs.
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