Sutton: Vesey Ward
Sutton Vesey is one of Sutton Coldfield's four Wards, lying to the south of the town Centre and Sutton Park. It includes the neighbourhoods of Boldmere, Banners Gate and parts of New Oscott and Wylde Green.
Vesey Ward constitutes a well established residential area with New Oscott and Boldmere being the main commercial centres.
New Oscott is located at the busy junction of Chester Road, Jockey Road and Kings Road. Boldmere is a busy local shopping centre serving adjoining residential areas with a range of convenience goods and services. Boldmere Library provides a focal point for local residents.
The Ward benefits from several areas of open space, including Boldmere Golf Course at the southern-most edge of Sutton Park with the Ward boundary extending around both Powell's and Wyndley Pools as well as Princess Alice Park accessed off Avery Road or Churchill Road, New Oscott. A play area and kiosk facilities at the Banners Gate entrance to Sutton Park offer a range of inclusive play equipment.
In addition, there are some little-known sites of historic interest within Vesey Ward. An early settlement area at the junction of Birmingham and Wylde Green Roads has been defined as an area of potential archaeological importance and archaeological remains survive in Gibbet Hill Wood, off Antrobus Road.
The District Support Officer is Olive O'Sullivan. Olive can be contacted by telephone: 0121 303 2355 or by email: email@example.com.
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Sutton Coldfield District
MP Advice Bureaux - Sutton Coldfield Constituency
Councillors' Advice Bureaux - Sutton Vesey Ward
Cemeteries and Crematoria: Sutton Coldfield Cemetery
Wyndley Leisure Centre