Halesowen attractions

Halesowen attractions

HalesowenHalesowen lies in the West Midlands, a landlocked county that borders Warwickshire to the east, Worcestershire to the south, and Staffordshire to the north. It is one of the most heavily urbanised counties, with Birmingham the nucleus of the region. Birmingham and the Black Country lie at the hub of the British canal system, aswell as being easily accessible by rail, coach and air.

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Attractions Clent hills. Not Iron Age monolith, just a folly built by George, Lord Lyttleton. The largest of the Clent Hills is Walton Hill which is just over 316 metres, with views over the Malvern Hills. The summits of the two largest hills, Clent and Walton Hills are now the property of the National Trust. About 3 miles south of Halesowen.

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