Harbourn Carnival – Roadblocks, turns and where to park.

The Harborn Carnival is back with a bang for 2022. After a two-year hiatus due to epidemics, Birmingham’s biggest family event of the year is set to return on Sunday, June 26.

Attracting around 70,000 people to Harborne each year, the UK’s second-largest street carnival after Notting Hill features live music, fairground rides, street food, arts and crafts stalls from the Doug Beth Dining Club and children’s activities. The host is ready to take to the streets. Of delusion

Celebrating its 25th year, the street party will feature a full day of performances in two stages, featuring Lucas G and the ghetto band, Got to Sung, Pippa Langhorn and 20-year-old Harbor Carnival veteran Mr. Apollo. Also local primary school talent and youth groups.

Read more – Harborn Carnival – Complete lineup, stalls and timetable

As thousands of people flock to Harbourne High Street for the event, various roadblocks and turns will remain in place for the duration. For those hoping to get on or off the bus, it’s important to be aware of the curves.

See below for the latest information on road closures, traffic jams and where to park …

Harborn Carnival is back for 2022.
(Photo: Harborn Carnival)

Road closures

The following roads will be closed to all traffic between 7:00 am and 7:00 pm on Sunday, June 26.

  • From Harborne High Street Mitchell Lane to the southwest end of Station Road, including:

  • Gray Road at the junction of High Street

  • North Road at the crossroads of High Street

  • St. John’s Road at the crossroads of High Street

  • York Street at the crossroads of High Street

  • Station Road at the crossroads of High Street

  • Bill Street at the crossroads of High Street

  • South Street at the intersection of High Street

  • Albany Road at the crossroads of High Street

Where to park

From midnight until the traffic blockade is lifted, there will be no parking on Harborne High Street or on the streets or car parks that will be affected by the road closure notice. There is a risk of pulling any parked car.

Access to St. John’s Road Westcar Park, but only via Clarence Road. Otherwise, car visitors are advised to use street parking around Harbourne and on neighboring streets away from the High Street.

How to get there

Buses that normally run along Harbourne High Street will be diverted to St. Mary’s Road during the road closure order, with temporary bus stops. Bus services to Harborn include:

  • 10S Sally Oak to Quentin via QE Hospital, Harborne and World’s End
  • The 11A Birmingham Outer Circle runs counterclockwise through Ardington, Perry Bar, Beerwood, Harborne, Kings Heath and Ax Green.
  • 11C Birmingham Outer Circle is running clockwise through Kings Heath, Cartridge, Harbourne, Perry Bar, Erdington and Ax Green.
  • 19 Dudley to QE Hospital via Niederton, Old Hill, Heliswen, World’s End and Harborne
  • From Birmingham to Bartley Green via Fiveways, Harbourne, California and Woodgate 23
  • From Birmingham to Woodgate Valley North 24 Fiveways, Harborne, Court Oak and Four Dwelling
  • From Birmingham to Ladywood and Harbourne to QE Hospital 25
  • 48 Northfield from West Bromwich via Lindendery, Beerwood, Harbourne, QE Hospital and Valle Castle

The nearest train stations are University (5 miles), Sally Oak (4.8 miles) and Fiveways (4.7 miles). Industrial action has affected rail services in the area this week, but trains will run on Sunday, June 26, along the Cross City line from Litchfield Trent Valley to Red Dutch and Broomsgrove via Birmingham New Street.

It is a 23-minute walk from University Station to Harbourne High Street. Rail users are advised to consult their service provider before traveling.

Stay tuned for the latest news from Harborn here

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