Birmingham is often referred to as the UK’s second city, being the second largest city, urban area and metropolitan area in both England and in the United Kingdom.
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1. Telford and Ironbridge
There’s plenty to do around this area including bowling, ice skating, shopping, eating, drinking and a cinema, as well as the Telford Shopping Centre.
2. Stratford Upon Avon
This market town in Warwickshire is found on the River Avon and is a popular attraction due to its association with William Shakespeare.
4. The Wrekin
The Wrekin is a 407m high hill found around 6 miles outside of Telford. There is free parking around the foot of the hill and then it’s around a 1-hour climb.
5. The Cotswolds
There are plenty of beautiful walks to enjoy, plenty of independent cafes, shops and pubs and of course some amazing scenery to admire.
6. Alton Towers Theme Park
Alton Towers is also known for ‘Scarefest’ which operates during October.