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Tel code: 01384 | code search
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Stourbridge Farmers and Craft Market
"Three food stalls, two trashy trinket stalls, and a second hand junk stall, and you had the cheek to call it a Farmers and craft market ! I spent an ..." More

Stourbridge Rugby Club Car Boot
"large wednesday carboot which re-opens for the 2012 season on may the 23rd

Date visited: 01/01/2012 ..." More

Luciano's Restaurant
"i found the food here over priced and poor quality. it might suit some people but i was very disappointed. sorry foks you better pull your socks up.

Date visited: 6th ..." More

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Stourbridge is to be found about 12 miles to the west of Birmingham on the very edge of the Black Country. A convenient location, close to Birmingham and yet far enough away to enjoy the surrounding countryside. Whilst it may not be the most picturesque of towns it is a town with big heart, some parts of the town can be quite industrial whilst the residential quarter has many fine Victorian houses set in suburban surroundings. Stourbridge takes its name from, quite simply, the bridge over the River Stour, and can trace its history back to 950AD. Coal and limestone had long been mined here but it wasn’t until the 17th century and the production of glass that was to see the start of a formal industrial being created. It was however the Industrial Revolution that was to contribute to the wealth of the local residents. Ironworks, nail and chain manufacturing, brickworks and heavy engineering transformed this area. Indeed the first train to run on rails in America was built here, The Stourbridge Lion first ran on rails in America in August 1829 and was produced here in Stourbridge. Today though Stourbridge is world famous for the quality of its glass, the local natural resources make this an ideal location and its reputation as the finest glass producer in the world is more than justified.

Accountant

Accountancy Services Ltd
Arthur Baker Associates
Paul Davies & Associates

Attraction

Crystal Glass Visitor Centre
Falconry Centre
Halfpenny Green Vineyards
Red House Glass Cone
Stourbridge Navigation Trust, Bonded Warehouse

Budget

Premier Inn Hagley *book online*

Classes

Yoga - Glo Yoga

Club

Picture House

Dentist

Andrew Hargreaves Dental Practice
St James Dental Centre

Doctor

Dr Gallimore DJ & Partners
Dr Powell DJS & Partners
Glebeland Surgery
Hagley Surgery
Wordsley Green Health Centre

Estate Agent

Andrew Grant FRICS
Clarke Cameron H

Cooke & Co
D B Roberts & Partners
Gregson & Bellfield Ltd
Taplin Andrew
The Property Shop
Whittinghams

Farmers Market

Stourbridge Farmers and Craft Market

Golf Club

Hagley Golf & Country Clubf
Stourbridge Golf cLub

Inn

Talbot Hotel

Market

Amblecote Holy Trinity Church Car Boot
Smithies Market
Stourbridge Farmers and Craft Market
Stourbridge Rugby Club Car Boot

Performing Arts

Stourbridge Choral & Orchestral Society

Pub and Bar

Ashwood Inn
Bird In Hand
Broadway Inn
Chequers
Gate Hangs Well

Maverick
Mitre Inn
Queensberry
Retreat Bar & Bistro
Shovel Inn

Restaurant

Luciano's Restaurant
Monsoon Bengal Cuisine
Retreat Bar & Bistro
Tropical Spice
White Rose Restaurant

Solicitor

Talbots
Wall James & Davies

Sports Clubs

Blakedown TC (Tennis)
Dudley Town (Amateur Football)
Stourbridge (Amateur Football)
Stourbridge Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Stourbridge RFC (Rugby Union)

Shops

Boots
Dolland & Aitchison
Walter Smith

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Haven Nurseries Ltd
Barnett Hill Garden & Leisure
Hanbury Nurseries
Beechcroft Nurseries & Garden Centre
Pets Corner
Pets Paradise
Bella Boo
The Broadway Pharmacy
Docker & Wilson
Sowerby's
Rite-Way
Majestic Wine
Regent Galleries
Oldswinford Gallery
Black Country Tay-shirts
Artisan Organic Company
County Sports Hagley
B&Q
Specsavers

Antiques

Stourbridge Antique Pine

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Activities

Black Country Wheelers(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Stourbridge

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Talbot Hotel (0.38 miles)

Talbot Hotel

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Set on the High Street of Stourbridge this hotel dating back to the 1630's is full of charm and character. Inside the hotel is full of old oak beams, stuccoed ... More

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Dunsley Hall Hotel (2.29 miles)

Dunsley Hall Hotel

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Our luxury romantic hideaway, away from the children with complete relaxation roaring log fires and home grown food from our own estate, together with quality meat and fish from trusted ... More

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Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill Dudley (2.60 miles)

Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill Dudley

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The Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill Dudley is a modern 4 star hotel and conference centre in the heart of the Black Country. An attractive 138 bedroom hotel in a waterfront setting, ... More

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Travelodge Birmingham Dudley (2.77 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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Premier Inn Hagley (2.79 miles)

A convenient location just 5 miles from both Hagley town centre and Stourbridge train station. Ideally positioned within easy reach of the M5 junction 3. Our Hagley Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (2.90 miles)

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The Innkeeper's Lodge Dudley Kingswinford is located 3 miles north of Stourbridge on the B4178 Swindon Road, this lodge is next to the Harvester restaurant at Kingswinford. Each of our ... More

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Premier Inn Dudley Kingswinford (3.04 miles)

In the heart of Kingswinford, this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds. Local attractions include Merry Hill shopping centre, the Black Country museum and Dudley Zoo. Opposite this ... More | visit website
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French Hen (3.15 miles)

French Hen
Friendly and relaxed French Style bar and Restaurant in the country offering good value, freshly prepared food with a French Theme. We also have en-suite rooms and a function room (licenced for 100 people)which is ideal for ... More
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The Kingfisher Hotel (3.36 miles)

The Kingfisher Hotel

The Kingfisher hotel is country hotel situated on the edge of the Black Country with easy access to the Midlands Motorway network and one of the largest shopping centers, The Merry Hill Centre. The hotel ... More | visit website

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Mount Hotel (3.39 miles)

Mount Hotel

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Individual Country House Hotel where every customer is made to feel special. With 15 well appointed bedrooms, the Mount Hotel is ideal for business or leisure travellers.

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