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Review of Wednesbury by Chris Cheetham on October 31st, 2006
I am 23 and have lived in Wednesbury all my life. I must say that even though it's not the busiest place in the West Midlands, it is very pleasant. You are respected wherever you go, and you can really enjoy yourself. Wednesbury has various public houses, one of which my father drinks in, The Village Inn, in Alma Street. Bitter costs 1.88 a pint, Foster's being 2.20 a pint. It has musical entertainment on every Saturday in the Bar. The Village Inn is owned by Peter Herbert and his girlfriend Maxine. Wednesbury has rugby and football teams which have won leagues. There is also a cricket ground in Wood Green Road, just 2 minutes from J9 of the M6. Wednesbury cricket team has been the leading team in the West Midlands Premier League for 3 years or so. I would recommend Wednesbury to all who have never visited before.

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