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The West Midlands region is one of England’s nine official regions, and is home to the country’s second city, which is Birmingham. It is also home to the many towns that fall under the Black Country, with its rich industrial heritage, such as Oldbury, Dudley, Tipton, and West Bromwich. Home to the River Severn, which is the longest in the UK, the West Midlands has many attractive, historic market towns such as Bridgnorth and Shrewsbury. There are many places of interest and attractions in the area, including Ironbridge Gorge, the Black Country Museum, Cadbury World, and the Botanical Gardens amongst others.
A variety of businesses can be found throughout the West Midlands region, with everything from breweries and engineering firms to housing associations, legal firms, government agencies, and manufacturing facilities. Some of the companies and agencies you will find here include the Midlands Chambers of Commerce, Bulmers Cider, Cadbury’s, the PDSA, the MOD, Muller Dairy, Michelin Tyres, and AWS Electronics amongst others.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Each area within the West Midlands region offers a host of entertainment, whether it is in the form of quaint old world pubs with a welcoming ambiance or big theatre and live performance venues, such as those that can be found in Birmingham and Wolverhampton. You will also be able to sample world cuisine in the various parts of the West Midlands, with Indian cuisine being particularly popular here along with Chinese, Italian, and of course traditional British cuisine. From chain restaurant such as Frankie & Benny’s or Chiquito to independent restaurants and pubs serving traditional pub grub, you will find something to suit all tastes here.
There are excellent transport links available in the West Midlands, with well-connected road and motorway networks, including the M5 and M6, providing convenient access for those driving. Buses and taxis connect all parts of the county while a variety of railways stations across the region provide access to the rail network. For air travel links, the nearest major airport is Birmingham International.