Stourbridge sits alongside stunning greenbelt countryside with protected beauty spots like Kinver Edge, and the Clent and Walton hills just minutes from the town.
The town’s fortunes were based on glass manufacture dating back to the 1600’s, with Stourbridge glass recognised as some of the finest in the world and often given as gifts to royalty. Sadly few producers still remain (although you can visit Tudor Crystal to see lead crystal still being made today).
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Stourbridge has become a bit of a property hot spot, with a great mix of housing from period properties in the ‘old quarter’ to new builds.
Mary Stevens park is an extremely popular recreational retreat with a pond, water play feature, outdoor gym, tennis and other sports areas.
Creative spirit has run high in the town with bands like The Wonder Stuff, Ned's Atomic Dustbin, and Pop Will Eat Itself evolving here.
Other famous residents include snooker player Ronnie O’Sullivan, Coronation Street actor Johnny Briggs (Mike Baldwin) and Kathleen Britten Booth, inventor of the first computer assembly language.
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