The Anson Branch is a short canal in the West Midlands, England. It runs for just over one mile from its junction with the Walsall Canal near Forster's bridge. It forms part of the Birmingham Canal Navigations. The canal is only partially watered and is no longer navigable.
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Brunswick Park is a public park laid out in the late-1880s on the site of a former pit mound, to the designs of William Barron and Son. Brief history of site The site, a former pit mound, was purchased by Wednesbury Urban District Council for £3000 in 1886.
Castle Old Fort is a small Iron Age hill fort in Stonnall, in the Metropolitan borough of Walsall, West Midlands, England. Its interior is now occupied by a house. The structure is a promontory fort in that it is situated on the southern side of Castle Hill, presumably enabling its occupiers to overlook the southern approach of the ancient highway, Chester Road.
Chase Terrace Park is located between High Street and Cross Street was opened in 1932. We regularly inspect Chase Terrace, but if you spot anything that needs urgent attention, please contact the parks team on 01543 308867 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Features & facilities Free car parking Enclosed play area for younger children A multi use games […]
Clayhanger is a residential area of Brownhills, West Midlands, England. It is located in the north of the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall, approximately five miles north of Walsall in an area which was part of Aldridge-Brownhills Urban District until 1974.
There is a small brown sign to the left of the pub Cuckoos Nook and the Dingle. This is where this walk begins. Passing through a gate, The first part of the path was lined with stinging nettles and had many trees to the left and fields to the right, Soon arriving at a style, you cross a few meters through a field and across another style to pick up the main pathway again.
The huge fields are situated between the Pheasey estate and Doe Bank Lane which leads to Queslett Road and Bridle Lane respectively. Doe Bank Park, which is opposite the fields, has a number of football pitches, woodland and a playground. It backs onto Meadow View JMI Primary School.
Summary of our ‘Four Seasons’ garden achievements: 2006 . Winner Walsall in Bloom large rear garden category. 2007. Winner of the Daily Mail National Garden Competition . 2010. Winner ‘Overall Gardener of the Year’ Garden News National Competition. BBC2 Gardeners’ World half-hour television ‘special’, showing our garden in all four seasons.
Holly Wood Nature Reserve is a lovely 5 hectares of mixed broadleaf woodland and wet meadow. The reserve is accessed from Whitecrest. This is a really nice place to go for a walk or to do a bit of exploring but make sure you are wearing appropriate footwear as the paths are unsurfaced and quite wet in parts.
Willenhall is in between Wolverhampton and Walsall on the A454, and is close to the M6. New Road is close to the town centre, and car parking is available behind the Museum, off Wolverhampton Street. If you have any problem in finding the Museum, please telephone to get directions.
The Manor House Museum Murder, grave robbing and insanity are all part of the story of this fascinating and unique building - the Manor House has seen it all. Built by Richard de Marnham in the 1270s, The Manor House is now probably one of the most important surviving medieval timber framed buildings in the Midlands and the most recent building to become part of Sandwell Museum Service.
Originally combined with the nearby Hawks Green, the Mill Green Nature Reserve is tended by the Cannock Chase Council through its Countryside Service. The main entrance to the Reserve: on the Cannock/Lichfield A5190 road immediately opposite Cannock railway station.
National Trust's Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire, is a 17th century home famed for hiding King Charles II from Cromwell's army. National Trust's Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire, is a 17th century home famed for hiding King Charles II from Cromwell's army.
Palfrey is a neighbourhood in the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall, in the West Midlands. Census 2001 showed the Palfrey ward population of 14,596, which consisted of 7049 males and 7547 females. 5.1% of the ward population are Christian and 94.9% are Muslim.
Peascroft Wood was planted over a century ago by the Midland Reafforesting Association as part of their pioneering work to cover the scars of industrial dereliction. Their foresight has provided one of the few areas of woodland in the east of Wolverhampton.
Pelsall North Common Pelsall North Common Local Nature Reserve is one of the most valuable wildlife sites in the borough, and potentially the West Midlands region. Like its neighbour, Brownhills Common, it is an area of wet lowland heath, an increasingly rare habitat that supports a vast array of wildlife from specialist heathland butterflies and bees to a wide variety of birds and mammals.
Pleck, in the borough of Walsall, neighbours Palfrey and stretches from the bridge on Wednesbury Road to Junction 9 of the M6 motorway. It consists of a large green space called Pleck Park and housing estates. Pleck is close to Walsall Manor Hospital and Bescot Stadium, home of Walsall F.C.
Walsall still manufactures the Queen's handbags, saddles for the Royal family and leathergoods for the Prince of Wales. Walsall is the traditional home of the English saddle manufacturing industry, hence the nickname of Walsall Football Club, "the Saddlers".
Shire Oak Nature Reserve: upcoming works explained Posted on November 13, 2012 by BrownhillsBob I noticed last week that heathland improvement works were planned by Walsall’s Counctry Services team – that’s the rangers I’ve posted so much about lately – at Shire Oak Park Local Nature Reserve in Brownhills.