West Midlands

The West Midlands is the second most populous county in the United Kingdom. In fact, because it is so populated it is often referred to as ‘West Midlands Metropolitan Area’. There is barely a place that you can turn in the West Midlands which does not have people living there. The populated nature of the county is due to the county playing host to three major cities.

The West Midlands is one of the newer counties in the country, existing only since 1974, with further alterations being made in 1994 and 1995, with some areas leaving the West Midlands and other areas leaving.

West Midlands is a landlocked county. Perhaps the most interesting site within the area is Sutton Park. It covers a whopping 2,400 acres. This makes it one of the largest urban parks in Europe and the largest one not to be part of a capital city.

Towns that we Power Flush in the West Midlands:

Birmingham
Coventry
Wolverhampton