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At first glance visitors to Wightwick immediately gain the impression of a glorious building left over from the illustrious Tudor.....
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Elizabethan house, famous for its association with Charles II..
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Dudley Zoo is home to some of the world's rarest and most exotic animals. They live amongst the majestic ruins of Dudley Castle.....
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This is a delightful outdoor museum developed with flair and imagination to celebrate all that is best of the rich social and.....
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Dudley possesses one of the most important ruins in the West Midlands, the panorama from the keep of this fortress which was once.....
Gracious Victorian park of immense charm just a few minutes walk away from the town. It is a peaceful oasis for quiet walks.....
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Merrions Wood Local Nature Reserve is a wonderful oak and beech woodland 5km (3 miles) south east of Walsall town centre. Around.....
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Matthew Boulton was born in Snow Hill, Birmingham in 1728. His father was a Toy maker, and the young Matthew was eventually to.....
Spectacular high sandstone ridge once home to Britain's last cave dwellers...
Explore Birminghams historic jewellery trade at the Museum of the Jewellery Quater...
A glorious countryside haven in the heart of the Midlands...
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Did you know? The Battle of Hasting wasn't fought at Hastings, but on Senlac Hill (sometimes known as Senlac Ridge) approximately six miles North-North West of Hastings near the town of Battle.
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