Erdington

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Erdington is a suburb and ward of Birmingham that is historically part of Warwickshire.wikipedia
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Sutton Coldfield

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It is 5 mi northeast of central Birmingham, England and borders Sutton Coldfield.
The town lies about 7 mi northeast of Birmingham City Centre and borders Little Aston, North Warwickshire, Lichfield, Erdington and South Staffordshire.

Castle Vale

Stockland Green was formerly part of Aston, Kingstanding part of Perry Barr and Tyburn partially split between Aston and Hodge Hill (Castle Vale).
Castle Vale is a housing estate located between Erdington, Minworth and Castle Bromwich.

Kingstanding

The former council district consisted of the ward of Erdington, and Tyburn, (formerly Kingsbury), Stockland Green and Kingstanding, although all of Kingstanding and most of both Tyburn and Stockland Green wards lie outside the historical boundaries of Erdington.
It gives its name to a ward in the Erdington council constituency.

Warwickshire

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Erdington is a suburb and ward of Birmingham that is historically part of Warwickshire.
Areas historically part of Warwickshire include Coventry, Solihull, Sutton Coldfield, and some of Birmingham including Erdington, Aston and Edgbaston.

Tyburn, West Midlands

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The former council district consisted of the ward of Erdington, and Tyburn, (formerly Kingsbury), Stockland Green and Kingstanding, although all of Kingstanding and most of both Tyburn and Stockland Green wards lie outside the historical boundaries of Erdington.
It is part of the Erdington formal district and comprises Castle Vale, Fort Parkway in Castle Bromwich, the Pype Hayes area of Erdington, Birches Green and Tyburn Road.

Birmingham

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It is 5 mi northeast of central Birmingham, England and borders Sutton Coldfield.
Geologically, Birmingham is dominated by the Birmingham Fault, which runs diagonally through the city from the Lickey Hills in the south west, passing through Edgbaston and the Bull Ring, to Erdington and Sutton Coldfield in the north east.

Stockland Green

The former council district consisted of the ward of Erdington, and Tyburn, (formerly Kingsbury), Stockland Green and Kingstanding, although all of Kingstanding and most of both Tyburn and Stockland Green wards lie outside the historical boundaries of Erdington.
It gives its name to a ward which is part of the Erdington formal district, and is located to the south-west of Erdington and north-east of Birmingham City Centre.

Government of Birmingham

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It was also a council constituency, managed by its own district committee.
1911 saw a large expansion under the Greater Birmingham Scheme, with the addition of Aston Manor and Erdington from Warwickshire, Handsworth from Staffordshire, and Yardley and the greater part of King's Norton and Northfield from Worcestershire.

Minworth

The settlements of Minworth and Curdworth were also established.
It is located near Walmley, Wishaw, Curdworth, Erdington, Water Orton, Thimble End, and Castle Vale.

Pype Hayes Hall

Henry de Pipe, owner of the Manor of Pipe (now Pype Hayes Hall), lost his wife and all but one child. To the north of Erdington, within the area of Pype Hayes on the border with Walmley, is Pype Hayes Park and Pype Hayes Hall, the former home of the Bagot family.
Pype Hayes Hall is a former mansion house in the Pype Hayes area of Erdington, Birmingham, England.

Castle Bromwich

Erdington has had historic ties with both Castle Bromwich and Water Orton through administration, governance and land ownership whilst being part of Aston Parish.
It is bordered by the rest of the borough to the south east, North Warwickshire to the east and north east; also Shard End to the south west, Castle Vale, Erdington and Minworth to the north and Hodge Hill to the west – all areas of the City of Birmingham.

Pype Hayes Park

Pitts Farm estate is off Chester Rd in some places bordering Pype Hayes Park. To the north of Erdington, within the area of Pype Hayes on the border with Walmley, is Pype Hayes Park and Pype Hayes Hall, the former home of the Bagot family.
The park is in Erdington Constituency and straddles the boundary between Pype Hayes and Erdington (now Tyburn ward.

Salford Junction

Salford Bridge
At the foot of Gravelly Hill was the River Tame, which was spanned by Salford Bridge.
It is in the north of the administrative city of Birmingham, England and historically marked a tripoint between two divisions of Aston to the south and Erdington to the north.

Erdington Abbey

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Also on the High Street is Erdington Parish Church, and nearby on Sutton Road is The Abbey Church.
Erdington Abbey Church on Sutton Road, Erdington, Birmingham, England, is the more usual name of the grade II listed church of Saints Thomas and Edmund of Canterbury.

Fort Dunlop

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Nearby is Fort Dunlop, former home of Dunlop Rubber, a relic of Erdington's industrial past.
Fort Dunlop, is the common name of the original tyre factory and main office of Dunlop Rubber in the Erdington district of Birmingham, England.

St Barnabas' Church, Erdington

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Also on the High Street is Erdington Parish Church, and nearby on Sutton Road is The Abbey Church.
St. Barnabas' Church is a Church of England parish church in Erdington in the north of Birmingham, England.

Pype Hayes

To the north of Erdington, within the area of Pype Hayes on the border with Walmley, is Pype Hayes Park and Pype Hayes Hall, the former home of the Bagot family.
Pype Hayes is a modern housing estate area in the east of the Erdington district of Birmingham.It is located within the Tyburn ward.

Walmley

Signal HayesWalmley Ash
To the north of Erdington, within the area of Pype Hayes on the border with Walmley, is Pype Hayes Park and Pype Hayes Hall, the former home of the Bagot family.
It is in south Sutton Coldfield, near to Erdington, Minworth, Wylde Green, Pype Hayes and south of Thimble End.

Gravelly Hill

One of the most well-known features in the area is Spaghetti Junction, situated on the southern edge of the district and on the border of Aston and Gravelly Hill.
To the north-west is Perry Barr and to the north-east are Stockland Green, Erdington and Sutton Coldfield.

Lad in the Lane

The Old Green Man on Bromford Lane (now known as the Lad in the Lane) is one of the oldest public houses in Birmingham.
The Lad in the Lane is a pub in the Bromford area of Erdington in Birmingham, England.

Brookvale Park Lake

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Brookvale Park Lake and surrounding land is a park that was formally a drinking water reservoir until the steadily encroaching city made the water unfit for human consumption.
Brookvale Park Lake is a former drinking water reservoir in the Erdington area of Birmingham, England.

Orphanage Road

Erdington's best known resident was Josiah Mason, the philanthropist whose bust now stands at the centre of the roundabout at the junction of Chester Road and Orphanage Road,which leads on to Berwood Farm Road and Welwyndale Rd, so named because he founded an Orphanage there in 1860.
Orphanage Road is a road in Erdington and Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.

Witton Lakes

Witton Lakes are a pair of former drinking water reservoirs between the Perry Common and Erdington areas of Birmingham, England (not in nearby Witton).

Erdington railway station

Erdington
Erdington railway station lies on the Cross-City Line, which runs northwards to Lichfield and southwards to Redditch via Birmingham New Street.
Erdington railway station is a railway station serving the Erdington area of Birmingham, England.

Mothers (music venue)

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It was formerly home to the famous rock music venue, Mothers (previously the Carlton Ballroom), which from 1968 until it closed in 1971 played host to bands such as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and The Who.
Mothers (formerly the Carlton Ballroom) was a club in the Erdington district of Birmingham, West Midlands, during the late 1960s and early 1970s.