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Joseph Leckie Indoor Car Boot
"nice car boot nice people be aware of owner she will try to puch you around with attitude

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Walsall Market
"WOW what a difference a new location has made to the Market and the Town Centre, its fantastic vibrant and everyone was pleasant I will be going back and telling ..." More

Menzies Barons Court
"General review: Excellent hotel, have stayed many times both leisure and business and will be staying again in the near future. Would recommend it. Service is excellent and ..." More

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Tracing its history back to around 1160 Walsall was created as a Royal Manor. There are claims however that Walsall can actually trace its history back to 1004 but these claims have yet to be proven. In essence a medieval town, the highest point being Church Hill, where a church has stood since around 1200 and today there is still evidence in the present church of a crypt dating back to the 13th century. Walsall gained its status as a market town and together with the local agricultural economy it became an important market town and today the market, dating back to 1220, is still a popular attraction. The borough though had good supplies of raw materials, coal, limestone and ironstone, and it was only a matter of time before the local residents exploited these raw materials making stirrups, buckles and spurs. The coming of the Industrial Revolution saw these small industries grow to be quite huge commercial operations, rail and canal networks meant that locally produced goods could now be traded throughout the country and this level of activity saw local wealth increase. This legacy can still be seen today, the Arboretum Park was opened in the late 19th century and the lakes within it were created by flooding the old mining works, the park today contains parkland, woodland, gardens and lakes with many activities being available. For the casual visitor to Walsall the evidence of its industrious past is there to be seen, a trip to the Leather Museum or the Walsall Museum providing an insight into this fascinating place.


Harringtons Accountants & Business Advisors Ltd
Midas Accountants & Business Consultants Ltdv
Regency Financial Ltd
S & S Accountants
Walsall Financial Advisory Services
Whitehouse Wolverson Armston Cox
Wilcox Paul Anthony


Chasewater Railway
Jerome K Jerome Birthplace Museum
Walsall Arboretum
Walsall Leather Museum
Walsall Museum


County Hotel *book online*
Premier Inn Walsall (M6, J10) *book online*

Care Home

Delves Court Care Home
Lake View
Pelsall Hall
Water Edge


Grosvenor Casino


Showcase Cinemas Walsall


Dance - Jackie Conway School of Dance


Studio 45
The Stein Bar


Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council


Anchor Road Dental Practice
Ashleigh Dental Practice
Birchwood Dental Practice
Bridge Dental Centre


Brace Street Surgery
Broadway Medical Centre
St. Peter's Surgery
Sycamore House Medical Centre
The Surgery

Estate Agent

Ashmore Associates
Carr Paul & Co
Connell Estate Agents
Edwards Moore Estate Agents
Fraser Wood
Henderson Hynes

MG Homes & Financial
The Jayman Partnership
Verma Estates
Walker Phillips

Golf Club

Bloxwich Golf Club
Calderfields Golf Centre

Health and Fitness Club

Curves and Co.
Fairlawns Hotel & Spa
Reviva Health Clubs for Women


Bescot Stadium Sunday Market
Bloxwich Market
Joseph Leckie Indoor Car Boot
Walsall Market

Performing Arts

Walsall Choral Society

Pub and Bar

Alma Inn
Barley Mow
Cedar Tree
County Hotel
Dog & Partridge Inn

Dog Inn
Farmers Boy
Green Dragon Inn
King Arthur
Lazy Hill
New Inn
Orange Tree
Queens Head
Romping Cat
Saddlers Arms
The King Arthur
Tiger Inn


Blue Mango
County Hotel
Fairlawns Hotel & Spa
Italian Healthy Kitchen
Silver Sea
Vine (The)


Hydesville Tower School
Mayfield Prep School


Burns-Beech & Co
Gillespies Solicitors
Lane & Co
Owen Nash & Co
Williams & Cole


A B C Taxis
A1 Express Taxis
Tomkins Taxis
United Cars of Walsall
Walsall Radio Taxis
Z Cars


Bloxwich Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Bloxwich CC (Cricket)
Chasetown (Amateur Football)
Oak Park Leisure Centre Judo Club (Martial Arts)
TAGB Tae Kwon Do (Martial Arts)
University of Wolverhampton Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Walsall CC (Cricket)

Walsall Football Club (Football)
Walsall Ladies Hockey Club (Women's Hockey)
Walsall RFC (Rugby Union)
Walsall Tae Kwon Do Club (Martial Arts)


The Noor Centre
St Marys Bookshop
Owen Wesley
Flower Shop
Arcade Florist
Early Learning Centre
Wyevale Garden Centre
The Flower & Garden Centre
Pacific Nurseries
Valley Nurseries
Bruce's Pet Stores
Pets At Home Ltd

Brutons Chemist Ltd
Davis & Samuels Ltd
Buxton & Bonnett
Gino Cartio
J D Sports
Duncan Mitchell Frames
Luvane Fine Art
Leighswood Fine Art
Black Country Organics
H Samuel
Lloyds Pharmacy
T K Maxx
Hallmark Cards
J J B Sports
River Island
Darren Symes Butchers


Royal Antiques
Penny Antiques
L P Antiques (Midlands) Ltd
Dowlers Antiques
Doghouse Antiques

Places to Stay near Walsall

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Lyndon House Hotel (0.32 miles)

Lyndon House Hotel
The Lyndon House Hotel is one of Walsall's most recommended hotels, featuring three bars, live music and a function room for corrporate and private bookings. The Lyndon House Hotel is a traditional hotel, bar and ... More | visit website
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Beverley Hotel (0.58 miles)

Beverley Hotel

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f you have become disillusioned with large hotel groups and want a more personal approach when staying away from home then we can help. Check in and enjoy a warm ... More

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Village Hotel & Leisure Club (1.23 miles)

Village Hotel & Leisure Club

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Ideal family hotel with 25-metre swimming pool and extensive leisure facilities. Just 2 minutes from M6 junction 10, making it an ideal location to explore the Midlands. This newly-built hotel offers ... More

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Travelodge Birmingham Walsall (1.28 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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Quality Hotel & Suites Walsall (1.49 miles)

Quality Hotel & Suites Walsall

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This modern hotel is off junction 10 of the M6, on the outskirts of Walsall and within easy reach of the International Convention Centre and National ... More

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Premier Inn Walsall (M6, J10) (1.82 miles)

Premier Inn Walsall (M6, J10)
Conveniently situated within easy reach of the M6 junction 10. For shops and local amenities Walsall town centre is only 2.5 miles away. Birmingham city centre is 14 miles away. Our Walsall Premier Inn has everything ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Birmingham Great Barr (2.74 miles)

Premier Inn Birmingham Great Barr
Conveniently positioned just a short distance from the M6. Ideally located just 8 miles from New Street train station. This Premier Inn is 18 miles away from Birmingham Airport. Our Birmingham(Great Barr/M6 J7) Premier Inn ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Birmingham M6 Jct7 (2.93 miles)

Holiday Inn Birmingham M6 Jct7

The Holiday Inn Birmingham M6 J7 hotel is set in seven acres of landscaped gardens, just a short drive from junction 7 of the M6 motorway. A warm welcome awaits as you arrive in The ... More | visit website

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Menzies Barons Court (3.22 miles)

Menzies Barons Court

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This modern 3 star hotel with indoor leisure facilities is conveniently situated just north of Birmingham. Located close to Britain's motorway network, the hotel is ideal for both business and leisure. The ... More

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Fairlawns Hotel & Spa (3.72 miles)

Fairlawns Hotel & Spa

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If you have become tired of large impersonal hotels than you will appreciate the warm welcome you receive and the friendly faces you will encounter as you make use of the ... More | visit website

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