<p><b>Bishop Asbury Cottage</b> is a 17th-century cottage on Newton Road, <a href="/pages/w/113710635306441">Great Barr</a>, England, known for being the boyhood home of <a href="/pages/w/126966464012604">Francis Asbury</a> (1745 – 1816), one of the first two <a href="/pages/w/332661446825874">bishops</a> of the <a href="/pages/w/240911919340344">Methodist Episcopal Church</a> (now <a href="/pages/w/106458412725234">The United Methodist Church</a>) in the United States.
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.
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.
RSPB Sandwell Valley is a fascinating mosaic of different habitats providing homes to a variety of wildlife. Wildflower meadows bloom with colour and buzz with insect life. Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and bathe in the woodland's relaxing atmosphere.
A variety of woodland bird species can be found, and the wet nature of the woodland supports plants such as water horsetail and marsh thistle. Sots Hole looks particularly spectacular in Spring, when much of the drier part of the wood is carpeted with bluebells. Location. Sots Hole is on Church Vale/Dagger Lane, off Hallam Street, West Bromwich.
The inexperienced rider may struggle a bit once past Spaghetti but if careful you'll be fine. Find bike rides and cycle routes such as West Bromwich and Birmingham Canal Loop West Bromwich Holloway Bank Bridge (A4196) Holloway Bank Bridge (A4196). Read about many more rides in the West Bromwich area.
Entrance: The Oak House is on the corner of Oak Road and Cambridge Street just a short distance from West Bromwich High Street and Lodge Road Metro station. Entrance is via the Barns Visitor Centre on Oak Road and not the gates on the corner of Oak Road and Cambridge Street.