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Address: 27 Fieldview Close, Coseley, Bilston, WV14 8RH

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Mike & Carolyn Ball B&B is located in Coseley, just 3 miles from Dudley and 16 miles from Birmingham. It offers bed and breakfast accommodation, free parking and a garden. The guest rooms at Mike & Carolyn Ball B&B feature a flat-screen TV, CD/DVD player and tea/coffee making facilities. There is also a self-catering ground floor studio apartment, with a kitchenette, bedroom/living area and bathroom. Guests have free use of fast speed broadband computer in the breakfast room upstairs. A full-size fridge and a microwave are also featured. Continental breakfast is available every morning. Local takeaways, pubs and stores can be found within walking distance from the property.

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Wolverhampton Wellington Road Campus - University

Wolverhampton Wellington Road Campus - University

Distance 1.7 miles (2.72 km)
City of Wolverhampton College has been awarded one of the highest training accolades possible in recognition of its excellent work with employers in the adult social care sector.

The college has successfully achieved both Part A of the prestigious Training Quality Standard, which covers the whole college, and Part B for sector expertise in adult social care.

The Standard, which has been developed by the Learning and Skills Council, is awarded to training organisations that put employers' needs at the heart of what they do and is a guarantee to employers that they will receive top quality training.

Dudley College - University

Dudley College - University

Distance 2.49 miles (3.99 km)
Here at Dudley College we recognise that being properly trained and qualified is probably more important today than it has ever been. Whatever you hope to do - find a job, train for a career, prepare for university - you'll need the right skills and knowledge to prepare yourself. So if you're looking for the widest possible choice of opportunities - check us out!

We offer hundreds of different courses and pride ourselves on providing a lively fun and caring environment. You'll be valued as a person, encouraged to value others and to respond positively to high quality teaching.

Wolverhampton Centre - Town Centre

Wolverhampton Centre - Town Centre

Distance 3.41 miles (5.45 km)
Wolverhampton, one of the most welcoming and friendly places in Britain is a new city for the new millennium, and always has something to see and do. There is a compact shopping area, much of which is under cover, a lively outdoor and indoor market with cafes, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets and plenty of green space such as West Park with its Victorian Conservatory. St Peter's Church stands in pleasant gardens steeped in history while St John's Church, possesses an original Renatus Harris organ, built circa 1633. Wolverhampton Art Gallery offers a wide variety of exhibitions. Wolverhampton is also the gateway to superb Shropshire and Staffordshire countryside which provide a wealth of interesting places to visit.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club - Football Club

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club - Football Club

Distance 3.6 miles (5.76 km)
Molineux has been completely rebuilt in recent years , with the oldest stand, then called the John Ireland Stand (since renamed the Steve Bull Stand) being opened in 1979. Three other stands were then built in the early 1990's with the Jack Harris Stand the last to be completed in December 1993. The stadium itself is superb and is made up of four separate stands, complete with a couple of posh video screens in two corners, which show the game as it is being played. Both ends are large single tiered stands (one of which the Stan Cullis Stand has a small clock perched on its roof), whilst both sides are two tiered with a row of executive boxes along the middle.