Sutton Coldfield


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Sutton Coldfield,

city (1991 pop. 102,572), Birmingham metropolitan district, central England. The city is a residential suburb of Birmingham with a metal products industry and a large television transmitting station. Sutton Park (2,400 acres/971 hectares) is a public recreation ground. The moated New Hall dates partly from the 13th cent.

Sutton Coldfield

a town in central England, in Birmingham unitary authority, West Midlands; a residential suburb of Birmingham. Pop.: 105 452 (2001)
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Second-bottom Sutton Coldfield, without a win since November, raced to a 43-17 victory at the Roger Smolden ground to strengthen their own survival hopes.
Cllr Mackey said: "The residents of Sutton Coldfield deserve a broad selection of stores suppling a wide basket of goods from both local traders and national chains.
The Conservative Party does well in Sutton Coldfield because we are utterly rooted in service to the people of the royal town Conservative councillors elected in large numbers to our town council and to represent Sutton Coldfield in Birmingham City Council have an excellent record of working together with our MPs for the interests of local people.
The only people who will be paying for it are the people of Sutton Coldfield.
But Sutton Coldfield were this week thrown out of the competition for fielding an ineligible player in two of the previous rounds.
Coun Simon Ward (Con, Four Oaks) said: "These are incredibly exciting plans that have the opportunity to change Sutton Coldfield for the better.
First qualifying round (Saturday, Sept 17): Leamington v Boldmere St Michaels or Bartley Green or Coleshill Town or Brocton, Malvern Town or Causeway United v Southam United or Tipton Town or Highgate United or Leek Town or Willenhall Town, Kidsgrove Athletic or Atherstone Town or Cadbury Athletic v Rugby Town or Gornal Athletic or Shifnal Town, Rushall Olympic v Bedworth United or Sutton Coldfield Town, Newcastle Town or Studley v Nuneaton Griff or Stratford Town or Lye Town or Walsall Wood or Coventry Sphinx.
It was in 1986 that Birmingham City Council amalgamated with Sutton Coldfield Borough Council.
At this week's Sutton Coldfield Town Council meeting, the majority-run Conservative council voted for a mayoral allowance of PS6,125 per annum to cover the Lady Mayor's 120 hours of community engagements per year.
Runners-up Sandra Cole of Sutton Coldfield and Mrs S Wikes of Perry Barr receive tickets to the Birmingham Gardeners Weekend
SUTTON COLDFIELD, with its proud history and the 2,400 acres of popular Sutton Park, is one of the most prestigious areas in and around Birmingham.
BIRMINGHAM City Council has snapped up a rundown Sutton Coldfield shopping centre and car park for PS10.