Sutton Coldfield is a royal town in the Birmingham, in the West Midlands (county) of England. Sutton (as it is often abbreviated) is located about  from central Birmingham, in the northeast of the city, with a population of List of English cities by population recorded in the 2001 census. It forms part of the West Midlands conurbation.
 
The town has a historical connection to the British Royal Family, resulting in it receiving the title of Royal Town when it was a municipal borough in its own right and part of Warwickshire. When the Local Government Act 1972 came into force in 1974, Sutton Coldfield became part of Birmingham and the wider West Midlands county.
 

Why visit?

  • Sutton Coldfield is home to some of the most beautiful parks and green spaces in the UK. From Sutton Park, the largest urban park in Europe, to the picturesque Mere Green Lake, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
  • Sutton Coldfield is home to a vibrant and diverse culture. From the annual Sutton Coldfield Arts Festival to the many local pubs and restaurants, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
  • Sutton Coldfield is steeped in history. From the ruins of the 12th century castle to the many historic buildings, there is plenty to explore and discover.