In its time the town has been the centre of industry in needle making.
A flagship for new town planning (Redditch was designated a new town in 1964, although it dates back to the Middle Ages) the main roads were banked and landscaped to reduce noise; it’s still possible to drive around the town seeing mainly grass and some of the five million trees (who counted?!) rather than houses and industry.
Whether you are looking to move to the area or already live here we are able to help.
The area is an attractive option for families. It’s still a relatively small town with around 85,000 residents across 54 square miles, and charming villages like Feckenham, Inkberrow and Sambourne within the borough.
The Kingfisher Shopping Centre is one of the largest covered shopping areas in the UK and has been ranked in the top 20 of the country’s shopping centres.
A local printer once produced a calendar featuring 12 of the town’s finest roundabouts that became notorious after featuring on the Graham Norton Show.
We recommend a visit to the Forge Mill museum, where you'll see fish hooks and tackle, springs, and motorbikes, including the world famous Royal Enfield brand.
Redditch is also the birthplace of Harry Styles, and Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham.
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