Baggeridge Country Park. Baggeridge Country Park is a beautiful area of countryside on the doorstep of the Black Country. Being set back from the roads, its secluded delights are revealed to you as you explore further. The creation of today's scenery however, is very diverse.
Bantock House Park and Museum We are a great free family day out – somewhere the young, old and those sandwiched in between can discover our glorious restored Edwardian house, explore 48 acres of parkland, find some peace and quiet in our formal gardens, burn off energy in our large play area or just enjoy a lovely lunch in our super café.
Beacon Hill in Sedgley, England, is one of the highest points in the West Midlands, at 237 metres (778 ft) above sea level. From the summit, Wolverhampton, Walsall and Birmingham are all visible, as is the Staffordshire, Shropshire and Welsh countryside to the west.
Buckpool, Fens Pools and Barrow Hill Nature Reserves Willows, marshland and fragments of ancient woodland support diverse wildlife in Buckpool Dingle, which is a good place to see Kingfishers. Flowering Rush and Arrowhead are plentiful in the Stourbridge Canal, which runs alongside, linking Buckpool to the Staffordshire countryside and the Fens Pools.
Bushbury is a suburb of Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England. It lies two miles north-east of Wolverhampton city centre, divided between the Bushbury North and Bushbury South and Low Hill wards. Bushbury is a mixed area of private and council owned houses, built since the 1920s, and lies in the shadow and on the slope of Bushbury Hill.
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The park is located half a mile from Bilston Town Centre. The park opened in 1911 as a memorial to Sir Alfred Hickman, a local industrialist and former MP. Hickman Park is currently undergoing restoration, in a project funded by the Heritage Lottery.
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.
In the 17th century and later Ludstone was the seat of the Whitmores, and around 1607 the Hall was completely rebuilt for Sir John Whitmore (died 1649) within what is presumably a medieval moat. In 1867, after a long period when it was let to farmers, Ludstone was sold by the Whitmores.
Club: Wolverhampton Wanderers FC | Opening: 1889 | Capacity: 31,700 seats. History and description. Wolves moved into Molineux Stadium in 1889, having played at various grounds in the first decade of their existence. Molineux was the site of the first ever league game played in English history. On 7 September 1889 Wolves beat Notts County 2-0.
Just visited Moseley Old Hall and wanted say thank you to your fantastic staff. With one leg currently in a plaster cast moving around is awkward.... We were greeted at the door by a lovely gentleman ... who told me the best routes and advised me where to sit and wait. And a lovely lady in the house who took me a different route to get upstairs an easier way. I didn't ask for help but these lovely people went out of their way to help. Thank you, a relaxing and enjoyable few hours.
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Pelsall was first mentioned in a charter of 994, when it was among various lands given to the monastery at Heantune (Wolverhampton) by Wulfrun, a Mercian noblewoman. At this time it was called Peolshalh, meaning 'a nook' or 'land between two streams belonging to Peol'.
The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford offers a fun, entertaining day out for all the family, so make 2018, the year of the Royal Air Force's Centenary, the year to visit us. Discover the amazing stories of those who have served in the RAF. Housed in our wartime hangars and in the National Cold War Exhibition you will find a fantastic display of aircraft and exhibits. Learn about the bravery of pilots in Test Flight and see the last surviving example of a Boulton Paul Defiant Mk 1 in War in the Air.
Smestow Valley Local Nature Reserve (LNR) is a haven for wildlife, with around 50 hectares (120 acres) of meadows, scrubland and woodland. The reserve is also close to the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal and Smestow Brook. Opening times. There is pedestrian access 24 hours, 7 days a week.
<p><b>The South Staffordshire Railway Walk</b> is located in <a href="/pages/w/108244215863111">Staffordshire</a>, <a href="/pages/w/215225401831351">England</a>. It runs for five and a half miles (about 8.85 km) from <a href="/pages/w/133038800070181">Castlecroft</a> to <a href="/pages/w/135385206495981">Wall Heath</a>.
Wolverhampton's Aldersley Leisure Village is also home to Wolverhampton & Bilston Athletics Club, which was formed in 1967 with a merger between Wolverhampton Harriers and Bilston Town Athletic Club. They have won the National League Division One for men from 1975 to 1982, and the Men's National Cup finals in 1976, 1977, 1979 and 1980.
Wednesfield is an historic village and residential area within the city of Wolverhampton, West Midlands. It is 2 miles (3.2 km) east-northeast of Wolverhampton city centre, and is part of the West Midlands conurbation. It is historically within the county of Staffordshire.
The park is considered to be one of the best, unspoilt examples of a Victorian park left in England and is Wolverhampton's premier open space. The park is 17 hectares (roughly 43 acres) in area (including its lake) and provides a beautifully landscaped green space within a ten minute walk of Wolverhampton city centre. Location. West Park Park ...