Sutton Coldfield Heritage Trail

This interactive map is an online version of the Heritage Trail leaflet created by the Sutton Coldfield Civic Society and reproduced with permission.

Originally printed in 2011, the trail identifies 27 places of historical interest in the town centre, running from Holy Trinity Chatholic Church in the north to the Horse and Jockey Public House to the south. The leaflet was updated in 2014 in conjunction with the Sutton Coldfield Town Centre BID.

Descriptive text is copyright Sutton Coldfield Civic Society, all photographs are by Najm Clayton

The online version also pinpoints six Blue Plaques

For more information about the Sutton Coldfield Civic Society visit their website at suttoncoldfieldcivicsociety.com. You can also find out more about the Town Centre BID at www.suttoncoldfieldtowncentre.co.uk

Places of interested listed are (from north to south):

  • Holy Trinity Chatholic Church;
  • Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School;
  • The Art School;
  • Guildhall;
  • The Mout House;
  • The Royal (Swan) Hotel;
  • Town Hall & Clock;
  • War Memorial;
  • The Mout House;
  • The Three Tuns Hotel;
  • Vesey House;
  • Number 1 High Street;
  • Number 48 High Street;
  • Sutton Coldfield Train Station;
  • The Old Rectory;
  • The Old Workhouse House;
  • Holy Trinity Church;
  • The Original Town Hall;
  • The Gate Public House;
  • The United Reform Church;
  • Sutton Town School / Baptist Church;
  • Cottages (Coleshill Street);
  • Brewhouse and Kitchen (The Cup);
  • Vesey Manor;
  • Empire Cinema;
  • Maney Cottages;
  • Smithy;
  • The Horse and Jockey;

High Street Conservation Area

For centuries this was the nucleues of the small market town, lined with houses of the gentry in the eighteenth century the frontage of many of the old houses were rebuilt in the Georgian styleand in the nineteenth century most properties were converted for use as commercial and business premises.

An approximation of the High Street Conservation Area is marked in purple. For more details of the area covered see the map produced by Birmingham City Council here.

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