Ladywood
1°55′05″W / 52.476°N 1.918°W / 52.476; -1.918Ladywood is an inner-city area in Birmingham, England. It is a council constituency, managed by its own district committee. The co...
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Erdington Abbey
Erdington Abbey Church (grid reference SP112922) on Sutton Road, Erdington, Birmingham, England, is the more usual name of the grade II listed church of Saints Thomas and Edmund of Canterbury. It is t...
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Shard End
1°46′31″W / 52.4963°N 1.7752°W / 52.4963; -1.7752Shard End is an area of Birmingham, England. It is also a ward within the formal district of Hodge Hill. Shard End borders Cas...
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Lozells and East Handsworth (ward)
1°54′07″W / 52.493°N 1.902°W / 52.493; -1.902Lozells and East Handsworth is a ward in Birmingham, England, created at the June 2004 elections. It is within the formal district...
Siôn Simon
Siôn Llewelyn Simon (born 23 December 1968) is a British Labour Party politician who is a Member of the European Parliament for the West Midlands. He previously served as the Member of Parliament for ...
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Kingstanding
1°52′23″W / 52.548°N 1.873°W / 52.548; -1.873Kingstanding is an area in north Birmingham, England. It gives its name to a ward in the Erdington council constituency. Kingstan...
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Harborne
1°58′W / 52.45°N 1.97°W / 52.45; -1.97Harborne is an area three miles (5 km) southwest from Birmingham city centre, England. It is a Birmingham City Council ward in the f...
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Erdington
1°50′16″W / 52.523611°N 1.837778°W / 52.523611; -1.837778Erdington is a suburb of Birmingham that is historically part of Warwickshire. It is 5 miles (8 km) northeast of ...
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Birmingham Crematorium
Birmingham Crematorium is a crematorium in the Perry Barr district of Birmingham, England, designed by Frank Osborne and opened in 1903. A columbarium was added in 1928. The crematorium is now owned a...
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Aston (Birmingham ward)
Aston is a ward covering an area of north east Birmingham, including the districts of Aston.
From the census of 2001:
Birchfield Harriers
Birchfield Harriers is an athletics club, founded in 1877. Its home is at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium, England.As well as welcoming recreational runners they cater for all levels of experience up t...
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Sutton Trinity (ward)
1°48′23″W / 52.5619°N 1.8063°W / 52.5619; -1.8063Sutton Trinity is one of the 40 electoral wards in Birmingham, England. The ward is named after Holy Trinity Church, the town'...
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St Martins and Deritend (ward)
St Martins and Deritend was a ward of the County Borough of Birmingham. It was abolished in 1949.
The ward covered an area of south central Birmingham, including the districts of Deritend and Bord...
Nechells
1°51′36″W / 52.501°N 1.860°W / 52.501; -1.860Nechells is an area in inner-city Birmingham, England, with a population of 33,957, according to the 2011 Census. It is also a war...
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Lee Bank
1°54′7″W / 52.46917°N 1.90194°W / 52.46917; -1.90194Lee Bank is an inner city area of Birmingham, England. It is part of the Edgbaston and Ladywood wards, inside the Middle Ri...
Birmingham School of Media
Birmingham School of Media, known informally as BCU Media, is a school of Birmingham City University in the city of Birmingham, England. It is part of the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media (PME), whic...
St John the Evangelist's Church, Perry Barr
St John the Evangelist’s Church, Perry Barr is a Grade II listed parish church in the Church of England in Perry Barr.
It was designed by the architect Robert Studholme. Work started in 1831.The c...
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Oscott (ward)
1°51′06″W / 52.5474°N 1.8517°W / 52.5474; -1.8517Oscott is a ward in the northwest of Birmingham, England, within the formal district of Perry Barr.The Ward is centred on the ...
Northfield, Birmingham
1°57′47″W / 52.408°N 1.963°W / 52.408; -1.963Northfield is a residential area on the southern outskirts of metropolitan Birmingham, England, and near the boundary with Worces...
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Washwood Heath
1°50′31″W / 52.4969°N 1.8419°W / 52.4969; -1.8419Washwood Heath is a ward in Birmingham, within the formal district of Hodge Hill, roughly two miles north-east of Birmingham c...
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Springfield, Birmingham
1°51′34″W / 52.4314°N 1.8595°W / 52.4314; -1.8595Springfield is a ward in south east Birmingham, England, created in 2004 from much of the old Sparkhill ward. It is a part of ...
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Birmingham Brummies
Birmingham Brummies are a British speedway team, who competed in the Elite League from 2011 until they folded part way through the 2014 season, and now in the National League. The team was originally ...
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Soho, West Midlands
1°55′44″W / 52.4991°N 1.9288°W / 52.4991; -1.9288Soho is an area on the borders of Birmingham and Smethwick, approximately 2 miles north west of Birmingham city centre on the ...
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Selly Oak (ward)
The Selly Oak local council ward is one of the 40 electoral wards for the City of Birmingham, England. It is also one of the four wards that make up the local council constituency of Selly Oak, the o...
Broad Street, Birmingham
Broad Street is a major thoroughfare and popular nightspot in Birmingham City Centre, United Kingdom. Traditionally, Broad Street was considered to be outside Birmingham City Centre, but as the city c...
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Belliss and Morcom
Belliss and Morcom are a manufacturer and supplier of oil-free reciprocating compressors, technologies and services. Founded in 1852 in Birmingham, West Midlands, they are now a division of Gardner De...
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Spring Hill Library
Spring Hill Library (grid reference SP055874) is a red brick and terracotta Victorian building in Ladywood, Birmingham, England.Designed in 1891 by Frederick Martin of Martin & Chamberlain with a ...
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