Butler'S Arms

Address: 444 Lichfield Rd, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, England, B74 4BL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 444 Lichfield Rd, Sutton Coldfield, is near Sutton Park National Nature Reserve, Ash End House Children's Farm, Wall Roman Site, and The Mitchell Centre.
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    The excitement is mounting!

    A travel blog entry by tgv1959 on Jun 07, 2015


    ... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
    2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
    I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.

    Bye bye Alan and Judy

    A travel blog entry by hazelgault on Jun 06, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... a bad person.

    It's STILL such a lovely day.

    Saturday 6th - Kegworth

    Yesterday we parted company with Alan and Judy. They are spending the weekend at a boat club they used to belong to and will be turning around and going back up the Soar. We moved a little way further downstream to Zouch. Today was VERY windy and we travelled just a short way through one lock and have stopped at Kegworth. We plan to go to St Andrews ...

    Discovering Leicester

    A travel blog entry by hazelgault on Jun 02, 2015

    5 comments, 15 photos

    ... John Ruskin was the one who introduced the dancing round the maypole with ribbons. I remember too that I was NEVER selected to be the May Queen, or any of her maids and I NEVER got to dance around the maypole. Ah well......

    2) The Leicester Seamstress
    The statue was re installed on a new plinth in December 2007. It reflects the female contribution to the local hosiery industry. Most hosiery employees were women, working in small workshops or at home.


    Day 11 - Stratford Upon Avon

    A travel blog entry by megmac93 on Apr 19, 2013

    ... in the males costumes but the girls still had a sort of class to them. The actors did a fantastic job, the storyline and their words we're so clearly spoke,phrased in a way which made the storyline easy to follow. The only thing I didn't enjoy we're the fight scenes their hits were too obvious:/ unfortunately I had to leave at the interval because I was just feeling so sick from all the food and em was over it! Aunty Lee told me it was fantastic in the end ...


    A travel blog entry by hensleytravels on May 06, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Today we headed to York via Stratford-upon-Avon. If you know anything about theatre you know that Stratford-upon-Avon was the birthplace of the great writer, William Shakespeare. With me liking the theatre so much I was pretty intriqued about going there. It was neat to see where his birthplace was and how he lived. Those of you who didn't know, William was born and died on his birthday...which is also my ...