historically and culturally part of Worcestershire, is now in fact part
of the West Midlands. It lies on the River Stour, and is linked by canal
to the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal at Stourton. It has a
population of approx 55,000,and is famous for it's Glass production. It
is the home of King Edward VI College, which dates from 1552.
Mary Stevens Park is located to the south of Stourbridge town, and comprises Green Open Spaces, a Pool, and a Children's Playground.
The photos below were taken in October 2006 & June 2009.