A CAFE, community room and toilets could be on their way to a Halesowen beauty spot.

The proposal for a new visitors' centre at The Leasowes, off Mucklow Hill, is being considered by Dudley Council with a feasibility study taking place.

David Chaffey, of the park's friends group, said on social media: "As some of you may know, the Friends Group have been working with the council for some time to improve visitor facilities at The Leasowes.

"A consultant has been appointed by the council to undertake a feasibility study, assessing the benefits of providing a new visitor centre which would provide a cafe with toilets and a community room."

Mr Chaffey appealed for people to fill in a survey to support the bid.

The survey, which can be found here, asks questions including how often you visit, when you visit and with whom and whether you would use a cafe.

Mr Chaffey said: "A key aspect of this study is the collection and analysis of data.

"Generally who would visit and whether they would make use of the visitor centre.

"We would be very grateful if you would therefore complete a survey.

"It is very simple and quick to complete."

The grade one listed parkland is a haven for wildlife and fauna. It was designed by William Shenstone in the 18th century and is considered a site of national importance.