Sutton Coldfield, located in West Midlands, is situated near several larger towns and cities including Coventry and Birmingham. The surrounding countryside is quite lovely and makes for a beautiful visit if you enjoy nature and like to take walks. There are ample dining venues to enjoy during your visit as well as several shopping options in Sutton Coldfield as well as in the surrounding vicinity. In addition, there are numerous accommodation options in the nearby area as well. Visitors will find that the town can be easily accessed via the network of roadways that connects Sutton Coldfield with other towns.
Sutton lies in the English city of Birmingham. The town portrays the typical picture of an English town as it hosts all the necessary elements of British culture.
One of the largest urban parks in Britain is Sutton Park, it spans over the area of more than two thousand acres. The park is divided into several sub sections, and each carries a different feeling of recreation. There is an interesting section that contains watermills, although it is not controlled by the government, but still it is open for the public in the important events of the town. There are quite a few golf courses that one can enjoy with the friends.
The town hosts one of the oldest churches in England. Holy Trinity Church dates back to the 14th Century. Over the course of time it has gone through many renovations and expansions. Tourists visit this church to appreciate the magnificent architecture and sublime spirituality that the building has to offer.
There are several tombs beside the church that again provides the visitors with the historical contexts and the key figures during the history of this lovely town. Apart from this ancient glory there are many contemporary churches as well that keep the old traditional architecture with the modern cutting edge technology. St. Chad's Church is a prime example of contemporary church architecture and it was build just a century ago. People of all religion and creeds come to enjoy the true manifestation of English architecture in the form of these churches.