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Population: 23900
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Erdington is to be found to the north of Birmingham in the Midlands, and has been a settlement since before Saxon times. Today many of the routes through the town are still in existence, Kingsbury Road and Chester Road were important routes for the trade that was carried on in the area. The family name of De Erdington goes back to 1166 however by 1467 the family died out and their tomb can still be seen today in Aston parish church. Erdington has throughout its history been very much a rural area, up until the 18th century it consisted of around 40 farms and had a population of 700. The coming of the canals and the railways was to change that and the 19th century saw the population increase to around 9,000. For those of a certain age though Erdington is more than a place on a map, it is a place to honour past rock bands, for those who grew up in the 1960ís the rock band Pink Floyd played at Motherís Ė and it was here that the band recorded part of their album Ummagumma in 1969. At one time Motherís was the most important venue outside of London for bands (of that era) to play, Led Zeppelin, The Who and Pink Floyd all playing there during that magical period between 1968 and 1971 when the club eventually closed. For others Erdington is represented by its abbey that was built in 1847, or maybe itís for Fort Dunlop or possibly for the tribute to the Spitfire planes that were built nearby by local workers, or even Spaghetti Junction whatever it is Erdington is a place that one will not easily forget


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Clover Hotel (0.52 miles)

Clover Hotel
Conveniently located budget accommodation with a friendly and welcoming atmoshpere. Residents licensed bar open all sensible hours! English breakfast served from 6am to 9.30 am every day, evening meals served Monday to Thursday 6.00 pm ... More | visit website
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Rollason Wood Hotel (0.68 miles)

Rollason Wood Hotel
Family owned and managed Rollason Wood Hotel has that warm and friendly atmosphere which is so often lacking in larger establishments. There are 35 well equipped bedrooms with digital freeview TV & free internet access. ... More | visit website
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Ramada Hotel & Resort Birmingham/Sutton Coldfield (1.35 miles)

Ramada Hotel & Resort Birmingham/Sutton Coldfield

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Stay at the Ramada Hotel & Resort Birmingham and experience everything you'd expect from an international hotel company. 3 Star Superior Property**Sebastian Coe Health Club**Easy Access to M42 & M6 Toll ... More

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Dayspring Hotel (1.42 miles)

Dayspring Hotel

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The Day Spring Hotel is an all en-suite Bed and Breakfast based Victorian building, with a very modern and contemporary feel. Our facilities include:- free Internet access, Buffet Breakfast, free Car-Parking ... More

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Travelodge Birmingham Fort Dunlop (1.64 miles)

Travelodge Birmingham Fort Dunlop is situated off the A47 Fort Parkway, with easy access to Drayton Manor Park and Zoo, the N.E.C, the Belfry Golf Course and the Edgbaston Cricket Ground. The non-smoking hotel offers ... More | visit website

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Standbridge Hotel (1.70 miles)

Standbridge Hotel
A privately owned family residence of character, this detached Edwardian house offers comfortable, well equipped accommodation and has just received a new extension increasing the number of rooms from eight to eleven. Added are a ... More | visit website
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New Hall Hotel & Spa (2.09 miles)

New Hall Hotel & Spa

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At 800 years old, New Hall has a long history of providing discerning guests and residents the finest English hospitality and today is arguably better than ever. Architecturally New Hall is ... More

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Blueberry Hotel Birmingham (2.10 miles)

Blueberry Hotel Birmingham

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Modern 90 bedroom hotel which opened in May 2007All rooms are spacious and have ensuite facilitiesAll rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryer - Irons are available on ... More

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Travelodge Birmingham Sutton Coldfield (2.38 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel (2.54 miles)

Set in the charming village of Castle Bromwich which is in the northern part of the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull, with close links to Birmingham and the surrounding area. This Grade I listed Manor House ... More | visit website

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