Dartmouth Park, West Bromwich

Reform Street, West Bromwich, B71 4AS

Historic Dartmouth Park was gifted to the people of West Bromwich by the Earl of Darmouth in the early 20th Century.

Set on the edge of Sandwell Valley Country Park and close to the centre of West Bromwich, the park boasts two large event fields – both with electricty power boxes and one boasts an attractive bandstand.

 

The park is a regular event venue is and used to host the annual sell out firework display and Sandwell Pride festival.

 

A Pavillion building adjacent to the fields has a conference room suitable to use as an event control, two offices, toilet facilities (including disabled/baby change facilities) and a shower. There is also a small cafe located within the space. Roof access to the building offers birds eye viewing of the entire events site.

 

There is a hard standing pathway around both fields with a large vehicle access entry point to the park and space to build a secure boneyard.

 

For outdoor events, Dartmouth Park has a premise licence for up to XXXXX and we are happy to work with organisers and our Council licensing team to gain their own event licences for the space.

 

There are a number of hotels in close proximity to the park.

  • Event Field One – 4.3 Acres
  • Event Field Two – 5.1 Acres
  • Water Access
  • Electricity Access (16 And 32)
  • Public Toilets (Including – Disabled/baby Changes)
  • Attractive Bandstand
  • Access To Pavillion Building