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Finchfield Finchfield is a small leafy residential district on the western fringes of Wolverhampton. It was until 1974 a district of Staffordshire and remains within a mile or two of the South Staffordshire border and only a short distance from the Shropshire border. Within Finchfield there are several small shops and stores, details of which can be found in the "Out & About" link to the left.
There are also, within walking distance interesting places to visit - such as Bantock House Museum and Wightwick Manor or you can take a leisurely walk along the Valley Park Nature Reserve, the route of an old disused railway, which will take you back into Wolverhampton, where you can pick up several Canal Towpath walkways or out into South Staffordshire towards the village of Wombourne and the well known Bratch Locks.
Some shops at Finchfield
A little further a field, just a short car or bicycle journey away are some Staffordshire villages that make interesting visiting - Tong, Pattingham, Trysull, Claverley and Seisdon to name a few. There are several golf courses to test the amateur as well as the more proficient player within the localities of these villages as well as bridle paths and quiet country roads for the Horse and Bicycle enthusiast.
The tourist attraction, market town of Bridgnorth is only 15 miles away, where the Severn Valley Steam Railway offers visitors the opportunity of riding along the banks of the River Severn to Kidderminster under the traditional power of steam driven locomotives. Bridgnorth is also the gateway into Shropshire and the Welsh Marches. Apart from the small shopping within Finchfield there is greater selection of department stores in Wolverhampton's city centre, with it's Mander and Wulfrun shopping malls or a short drive away is the shopping precincts of Telford and the Merry Hill centre. No matter what your choice of relaxation is there is plenty to do.
Wolverhampton Crest
Finchfield Community Association
The Wloves
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