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Swindon Golf Club

Swindon Golf Club

The course was originally known as “Blackhills” but since 1986 it has been Swindon Golf Club. Located only 8 miles outside Wolverhampton City Centre (on the Bridgnorth Road (B4176) it holds a constant surprise to visitors to find such an idyllic setting and provides continuous pleasure to its members.

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Stourbridge Navigation Trust, Bonded Warehouse

Restored warehouse featuring visible timbers, cast-iron columns, overhanging loading bays, semi-circular end set in a cobbled street environment. Canalside.

Stourbridge Golf Club

Stourbridge Golf Club provides a good test of golf, with accuracy from the tees required to negotiate a combination of narrow tree lined fairways and strategically designed short to medium length holes for golfers of all levels to enjoy.

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Sandwell Park Farm Visitors Centre

Restored 19thC working farm with livestock breeds of the period, traditional farming methods, displays and exhibitions. Also tearooms and Victorian kitchen garden.

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Ruskin Glass Centre

Glass and design studios for traditional and contemporary makers including glassblowing, glass cutting and antique glass repairs. Glasshouse studio theatre with full cultural programme throughout the year.

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RSPB Sandwell Valley Nature Reserve

2,000 acres of lakes, woodland and farms with hidden pools, wildlife refuges and the remains of an old Benedictine monastery.

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Royal Air Force Museum Cosford

Transport, Research & Development, Warplanes, Missiles and Areo-Engine collections. Also an art gallery, temporary exhibition gallery and interactives in our Fun 'n' Flight area. Gift shop, restaurant and flight simulator £2.50 a ride.

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Red House Glass Cone

Red House Glass Cone

Lying in the heart of the Stourbridge glassmaking industry, the Red House Glass Cone was built at the end of the 18th century and was used for the manufacture of glass until 1936. Reaching 100 feet, Glass Cones within the Stourbridge area were commonplace. Today, it is the only complete Glass Cone in the area and one of only four left in the United Kingdom. With the aid of film, free audio guides, exhibits and live demonstrations, you can now explore the Cone's 200 years of glassmaking history. The cone has a large gift shop and is also home to a number of designer-maker studios. Glassmaking demonstrations take place from 1.30pm-3.30pm weekends, during school holidays and for pre-booked groups. Guided tours are available for a small charge and they must be booked in advance. The recently opened the Red Cone Coffee House offers an extensive menu including freshly ground coffee, real Belgian hot chocolate and a menu for children.

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Priory Sandwell Valley

Whether your interests lie in birdwatching, walking, sports, or just being in the great outdoors, you are sure to find something to do in Sandwell Valley.

Perton Park Golf Club

Set on the edge of beautiful Staffordshire close to the Shropshire border and Located only six miles from Wolverhampton City Centre, Perton Park Golf Club is a charming parkland course in a peaceful easily accessible environment.