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Clent Hills - a favourite place for generations of Stourbridge people

Clent Hills have a special place in the hearts of Stourbridge people. Before mass transport it was the nearest thing working people had to a holiday, along with Kinver Edge. Just about 1,000 feet high, there are fantastic views from Clent Hills to the West over the Worcestershire plain and Severn Valley, across to the hills of Shropshire and even the Welsh borders. To the North and East is the West Midlands conurbation, encompassing the UK's second city, Birmingham, and the Black Country region, a major manufacturing region of the UK. The photos below show the extraordinary diversity of the region, beautiful scenery close to major residential and commercial areas. Please explore the photo gallery below, the photos were taken years ago on a one megapixel digital camera - yes, one!

The Four Stones, Clent Hills Looking down the main path Stourbridge in the distance Bluebells on Clent Adams Hill, Clent Bluebells on Clent Hills
Looking North from Clent Looking West from Clent Hills Looking towards Hagley Hall estate Looking West Adams Hill, Clent Wychbury Hill from Clent
Another great aspect of the Clent area is the number of good quality pubs and restaurants in the area, including The Lyttleton Arms, The French Hen, the award winning Fountain Inn, The Four Stones and the Bell and Cross, just to name a few. More photos of Clent Hills
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