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"Bashundora has been around for quite some time, they dont fail to please us, always providing us with top class service and a hight standard of food, would recommend anyone ..." More

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"i visited with a guest pass more than once an couldnt believe how they think this is acceptable!!!Awful,customer service ,equipment awful,reception staff no greeting waste of time being there chat ..." More

"I have jus recently visited the bashundora with the wife,the service was outstanding,the food was quality compared to most curry houses these days, we were recommended here by some friends ..." More

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The Ancient and Royal town of Sutton Coldfield was once part of the Kingdom of Mercia and the first mention of Sutton Coldfield is in the Domesday Book. It earned its title of Royal manor in1489 and has remained so ever since. Throughout history there have been attempts to turn this rural town into something more industrial however these have generally failed, the closest that Sutton Coldfield came to being industrialised was in the 17th and 18th centuries when water power was the main source of energy. With the coming of the Industrial Revolution though more efficient power sources were being developed and because other towns nearby were able to take advantage of this Sutton Coldfield’s industry became uneconomic and the mills that briefly graced the area soon closed. Today Sutton Coldfield boasts the largest Local Authority Park in Sutton Park, protected as a park since a charter in 1528 and is in reality a remnant of the forest that once covered the Midlands, it is some 2,400 acres of parkland and lakes with the ancient Roman Ryknild Street running through it. In 1974 Sutton Coldfield was incorporated into Birmingham and there was a fear that the place would lose its identity, far from it though, today Sutton Coldfield retains a strong identity, it remains a residential suburb, with large areas of open countryside that enhance the area.


Bates Investment Services Ltd
Clark & Co
Gregory & Co
Rhydderch & Co


Kingsbury Water Park
Sutton Park Visitor Centre


Innkeepers Lodge *book online*
Premier Inn Birmingham North *book online*
Travelodge Birmingham Sutton Coldfield *book online*

Caravan Park

Kingsbury Water Park Camping and Caravanning Club Site


Dance - The Turning Pointe Ballet School
Yoga - Equilibrium Pilates & Yoga Studio


R.B's - Reflex


The Hawthorns


Antrobus Dental Surgery
David Armstrong Dental Surgery
Dental Surgery


Ashfield Surgery
Falcon Medical Centre
Hawthorns Surgery

Manor Practice
Tudor Practice

Estate Agent

Anderson Estate Agents
Green & Co
Paul Carr & Co
Quantrills Estate Agents
Steve Morris Estate Agents

Farmers Market

Sketts Farmers Market

Golf Club

Little Aston
Moor Hall
Pype Hayes Golf Club
Sutton Coldfield golf Club
Walmley Golf club

Health and Fitness Club

Bannatynes Sutton Coldfield
Fitness First Mere Green
LA Fitness
Moor Hall Health and Leisure Centre
Sebastian Coe Health Club



Middleton Car Boot
Sketts Farmers Market

Pub and Bar

Bitter End
Boldmere Oak
Case In Altered
Cork & Bottle
New Hall Hotel & Spa
White Horse


Boat House
Four Oaks
New Hall Hotel & Spa
Pier 39
Regal Court Restaurant


Hubball & Co
Thomas O'Gorman Solicitors


Coleshill Executive Cars
Sutton Radio Cars


Highbury Little Theatre


New Hall Hotel & Spa
Wychbold Hotel


Ashwood Veterinary Clinic

Sports Clubs

2A's Judokwai (Martial Arts)
Absolute Tae Kwon Do Association (Martial Arts)
Aston Unity CC (Cricket)
Aston Unity CC (Cricket)
Boldmere St Michaels (Amateur Football)
Four Oaks Saints CC (Cricket)
Little Aston TTC (Table Tennis)
Royal Sutton Coldfield Athletics Club (Athletics)
Sutton Coldfield Hockey Club (Women's Hockey)
Sutton Coldfield Rugby Football Club (Rugby Union)
Sutton Coldfield Town (Amateur Football)
Sutton Coldfield TTC (Table Tennis)
Walmley CC (Cricket)


Selections Florist

Dolland & Aitchison
Halls Garden Centre
Pets & Gardens
Bush Pet Supplies
Blackwood Pharmacy
Malcolm D Gray
Morgan & Thorne
Start-Rite Instep
The Entertainer
Fingerprint Jewellery at Smallprint
Driffold Gallery
Heart Galleries
Driffold Gallery
Gallery St. James
C.P Francis Reproductions
Professional Cookware
Julian Graves
Hallmark Cards
House of Fraser
Pets At Home
River Island


Thomas Coulborn & Sons


Kingsbury Water Park(Fishing)

Places to Stay near Sutton Coldfield

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New Hall Hotel & Spa (0.55 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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Premier Inn Birmingham North (0.80 miles)

Premier Inn Birmingham North
Ideally located for easy reach of the A38 and M42, with excellent public transport links. This Premier Inn is close to Sutton Park, the Belfry Golf course and for some excitement - Drayton Manor theme ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Birmingham Sutton Coldfield (0.99 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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Royal Hotel (1.01 miles)

Royal Hotel

Throughout August, prices have been slashed to HALF PRICE on all rooms. We still offer the same excellent standards throughout but want to give guests the opportunity to see for themselves the improvemnets that have ... More | visit website

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Standbridge Hotel (1.16 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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Moxhull Hall Hotel (1.48 miles)

Moxhull Hall Hotel

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There are 18 newly refurbished bedrooms at Moxhull Hall and most of them offer superb views of the surrounding countryside and the beautifully tended gardens.The rooms are light and airy, ... More

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Ramada Hotel & Resort Birmingham/Sutton Coldfield (1.58 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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Moor Hall Hotel (1.69 miles)

Moor Hall Hotel

A delightful 4 star country house hotel set in parkland, yet within easy reach of Birmingham and the NEC. Well equipped bedrooms, 2 restaurants and extensive leisure facilities backed by traditional personal service.
Relax in the ... More | visit website

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Clover Hotel (2.10 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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The Belfry (2.92 miles)

The Belfry

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The Belfry offers a range of facilities and services with a reputation for warm and friendly service. Set in 550 acres of beautiful English countryside and with easy access by ... More

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