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Solihull

(sōlĭhŭl`), metropolitan borough (1991 pop. 195,100), central England, mainly a residential suburb of Birmingham. Automobiles, chemicals, and tools are manufactured. The 13th-century Church of St. Alphege has a 168-ft (51-m) spire in which 10 bells still chime the curfew every evening. There is a 16th-century boys school in Solihull. Packwood House (15th cent.) and Malvern House (18th cent.) are architecturally notable.

Solihull

 

a city in Great Britain, in West Midlands England; a southeastern suburb of Birmingham. Population, 108,200 (1973). Among Solihull’s industries are machine building, including an automobile industry, metallurgy, and light industry. [24–415—1]

Solihull

1. a town in central England, in Solihull unitary authority in the S West Midlands near Birmingham: mainly residential. Pop.: 94 753 (2001)
2. a unitary authority in central England, in the West Midlands. Pop.: 200 300 (2003 est.). Area: 180 sq. km (70 sq. miles)
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Robberies at Tudor Grange Park have been going on for years.
Points of interest: Dodd Homes' highly luxuriously fitted apartments, in a leafy mature suburb, are in landscaped grounds close to Tudor Grange Park.
Purrfect Pedalling offers one-to-one lessons in Cannon Hill Park and Tudor Grange Park in Solihull, with prices from PS26 to PS31 an hour.
The results are stunning because the mature Tudor Grange park of old suddenly also looks brand new.
The next event is on Saturday, October 23, at Tudor Grange Park, Solihull (10.
The show takes place at Tudor Grange Park in Monkspath Hall Road, Solihull, from 10am to 5pm.
It is within easy reach of Tudor Grange Park, which has a swimming pool and lei-own outdoor swimming pool.
There will be two sports centres in Tudor Grange Park, the new modern Tudor Grange sports centre, and the older Norman Green sports centre, formerly known as the Norman Green Athletics Centre.
SOLIHULL FIREWORKS Tudor Grange Park, Solihull, Saturday, November 5, 4.
A residential care home for ex-servicemen and women is being built on land from Tudor Grange Park, off Monkspath Hall Road and near the town centre, which was sold by the borough council to developers.
And that meant thousands of families could enjoy the dry second day of the first charity music festival in Tudor Grange Park.
A new leisure complex adjacent to Tudor Grange Park is expected to open in December 2007.