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  • Aldridge website has carefully selected links to other " Local " websites based on the value of information they offer about local towns and villages. if you would like to suggest a site to add here, please Contact Alan

    Brownhills website in Walsall
    Darlaston website in Walsall
    Leamore website in Walsall
    Paddock website in Walsall
    Palfrey website in Walsall
    Parkhall website in Walsall
    Pelsall website in Walsall
    Pheasey website in Walsall
    Pleck website in Walsall
    Rushall website in Walsall
    St Mathews website in Walsall
    Willenhall website in Walsall

    Information about the village of Pelsall in Walsall, West Midlands.
    Pelsall History Centre Website
    Information about the village of Pelsall in Walsall

    The History of the Clockmill Housing Estate Pelsall
    Clockmill Times website
    The History of the Clockmill Housing Estate Pelsall

    Streetly Website
    Map of Streetly
    A new Community website for Streetly in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, created and launched in February 2007, with local Clubs, Groups, Organisations , Business and Services with Neighbourhood Partnership awareness, Community Action Groups and inviting local people to learn about the future of Streetly area.
    Streetly Local Community Website

    The Yam Yam, Walsall news, daily updates, and all news links on Walsall
    The Yam Yam reporting news in Walsall area
    The Yam Yam website

    Villages Online The directory of Villages, Towns and Communities in the UK.

    UK villages, parishes, suburbs, towns and cities in the uk.

    Aldridge listed on the free encyclopedia "Wikipedia"

    Genuki "virtual reference library" of genealogical information

    Office for National Statistics covering Aldridge area

    Very informative local and family history website by Sue Lote website Information on business resources, grants, funding and social enterprise groups, investment opportunities, the local workforce, business support and education, health and leisure facilities, the Walsall website is designed to answer questions for existing and new people and companies in the Walsall area.

    Made in Birmingham Celebrating the unique industrial history of BIRMINGHAM with a huge amount of historical local information, makes a great reading !

    A city that oozes style, culture and charm – welcomes visitors with more pride than ever before. Vibrant and cosmopolitan you will discover everything you want in a city: scintillating shopping, the £500 million Bullring development and iconic Selfridges building has confirmed Birmingham’s reputation as the regional shopping capital. A World class culture, staging more national and international sporting championships, the UK’s finest concert venue- Symphony Hall and the most popular exhibition centre in Europe –The NEC.
    Visit Birmingham

    Stourbridge is a "real" town, that has developed naturally over the centuries. While part of the town is industrial it also has very attractive suburbs, some areas are affluent, others not. In many ways Stourbridge is true middle England and the people who live here are very loyal to the town. Stourbridge has an extensive "old quarter", with well looked after houses, largely victorian.
    Visit Stourbridge

    Drayton, Taverham and Thorpe Marriott

    This is a family-friendly community website dedicated to bringing together information of interest to the residents of Drayton, Taverham and Thorpe Marriott in Norfolk (UK). The information on this site covers all three villages as they are so closely linked. This site is written by local people, for local people.
    Visit Drayton

    Stonehaven ( Scotland ) Stonehaven, the main county town of Kincardine and the Mearns plays an important role in attracting visitors to the Aberdeenshire region of Scotland. Situated by the sea, 15 mile south of Aberdeen, Stonehaven is fast becoming one of Scotland's most popular coastal towns.
    Originally a fishing village built around the High Street, Stonehaven has grown to a population of around 10,000 offering several unique visitor attractions.
    These including the magnificent fortress of Dunnottar Castle, steeped in history with links back to William Wallace, Mary Queen of Scots and Oliver Cromwell and the Tolbooth Museum where you can explore the early history of Stonehaven and view an exhibition of the fascinating discovery of a 420 million year old fossil on the shores of the old fishing village of Cowie in January 2004 and the much loved Art Deco style olympic size heated Open Air Pool.
    Stonehaven has achieved world wide recognition for the unique Fireballs Festival which brings each year to a close as thousands of people celebrate Hogmanay.
    Stonehaven is an ideal location for exploring North East Scotland's Coastal Trail which winds it's way from St. Cyrus in the South through Stonehaven and Aberdeen to Kinnaird Head then round to Findhorn. The coast of the Grampian Highlands runs for more than 150 miles. Cliffs, coves, quaysides, beaches and bays are all approachable and provide endless opportunities for exploration.
    Visit beautiful Stonehaven

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