Sutton Coldfield

Sutton Coldfield

(Often abbreviated to Sutton) Sutton Coldfield is a town in England, which today administratively belongs to the City of Birmingham, in the north it is. Until 1974, Sutton Coldfield was an independent borough in Warwickshire. Sutton Coldfield has 105,452 inhabitants and is in general election its own constituency (long represented by the Conservatives). Since 2004, Sutton Coldfield is a separate district. Sutton Coldfield is traditionally considered one of the wealthiest residential areas of the West Midlands, as reflected in Little Aston Villa as park or the Four Oaks Estate. King Henry VIII. Gave 1528 Sutton Coldfield official title of a Royal Town. Only in 1885, the status was changed to that of a municipal borough, the old title remained in use. Worth seeing is primarily the Sutton Park, with nearly 10 square kilometers of Europe's largest city park. The city is home of the football club Sutton Coldfield F.C.

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