What's all this?

This house is part of a neighbourhood Easter walkabout, and you are welcome to join in! 

Watch this video below to find out more...

Already on the trail?

This is the last house on the Northfield trail. The trail is best followed in order, and the first house on this trail is just around the corner, at 60 Norman Road, B31 2EP, 10 minutes' walk from here. If you've already been to all the other houses, congratulations! Click below to watch the final witness video!

You made it!


If you have arrived in time, there should be a small goody bag for children in a storage box near to where you are standing. For Covid safety purposes, please follow these guidelines:

1. Sanitise your hands before opening the box.

2. Touch only the bags that you are taking out, one per participating child.

3. Close the lid firmly, and replace the hand sanitiser on top of the box.

4. Do not share food outside of your household or bubble.

Ingredients and allergy advice on the sweets contained in the goody bags is available here.

Thank you!


Home!? You're done! We hope you enjoyed it! If you want to find your way back to the start of the trail, please use the map or the instructions below!

Return to Great Stone Road turning right and continuing along Great Stone Road/Bunbury Road. Take the next right onto Church Road, pausing to admire the "Great Stone" (an errant boulder brought from Snowdon during the last ice age) located on your right in a 17th century animal pound beside  the Great Stone Pub. The animal pound used to have real animals in! How many animal noises can you make? And what is the most unusual animal noise that you can make?

Turn left onto Rectory Road at the Grade 1 listed St Laurence Church, dating from the 12th century.

Next turn right down the path beside the graveyard. Can you see any blossom trees in the graveyard?

Then turn left at the bottom of the hill, crossing Woodland Road before returning to the start point on Norman Road.

Want to find out more?

We hope you're enjoying the walkabout and finding out more about the Easter story. Head over to our main website to find out more about what else is going on this Easter and beyond at City Church


If you're having any issues on the trail or have any questions do drop an email to 

tim.hay@city-church.org.uk or use the live chat function on this page and we will be in touch as soon as we can!