The county of Staffordshire is 18 miles north of Birmingham. The city is rich in history. There are traces of a Prehistoric settlement throughout the city. Over 230 historic buildings have been preserved making it a traditional haven in the urban landscape of the West Midlands.
Lichfield was made famous two centuries later, in 666AD, when St Chad the Bishop of Mercia declared Lyccidfelth his bishop's chair. The area became the center of Christianity in the Kingdom, better known as the Midlands. Lichfield was a popular pilgrimage site for many years after Chad's 672AD death. The bishop's seat was moved to Chester in the 11th century, following a Viking attack against the Kingdom of Mercia. As a place of repose for his remains, a Saxon church was built. This was followed by the construction of a Norman Cathedral (in 1085).
Solihull is home to just over 120,000 people and is located in central England, just minutes from Birmingham City Centre. The Metropolitan Borough of Solihull, which includes the whole of Solihull as well as many smaller communities surrounding it, is part of West Midlands County. The town is rich in history and offers many interesting attractions.
Solihull was established in medieval times as a small market town. According to historians, the town was founded as a clearing for people to meet and trade goods. According to legend, the name Solihull was inspired by the descriptions of the travellers who had traveled up the hill. The town would later become a major stop for mail coaches as well as a bustling hub for road transport.
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