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    Coton in the Elms is know for the fact that it is the point furthest place from the sea anywhere in the United Kingdom. Being a relatively small island, this means that nowhere in the United Kingdom is any more than 70 miles/113km from a shore line.

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      • Shot at Dawn Memorial
        5.77 Km from Coton in the Elms
        The Shot at Dawn Memorial is a monument at the National Memorial Arboretum near Alrewas, in Staffordshire, UK. It memorialises the 306 British Army and Commonwealth soldiers executed after courts-martial for desertion and other capital offences during World War I.
      • Armed Forces Memorial
        5.89 Km from Coton in the Elms
        The Armed Forces Memorial is a national memorial in the United Kingdom, dedicated to the 16,000 servicemen and women of the British Armed Forces killed on duty or through terrorist action since after the Second World War.
      • Polish Forces War Memorial:National Memorial Arboretum
        5.89 Km from Coton in the Elms
      • Gresley F.C.
        5.94 Km from Coton in the Elms
      • Dunstall Hall
        7.35 Km from Coton in the Elms
        Dunstall Hall is a privately owned 18th century mansion house near Tatenhill, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. It is a Grade II* listed building.
      • St John the Divine, Horninglow
        8.00 Km from Coton in the Elms
      • National Brewery Centre
        8.03 Km from Coton in the Elms
        The National Brewery Centre (formerly the Bass Museum and later the Coors Visitor Center) is a museum and tourist attraction in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England. The centre celebrates the brewing heritage of Burton and features exhibits showcasing the history of brewing techniques. The centre also houses a bar and cafe, a history of the town, a collection of historic vehicles, a micro brewery and a shire horse collection.
      • Appleby Hall
        9.28 Km from Coton in the Elms
      • Claymills Pumping Station
        10.69 Km from Coton in the Elms
        Claymills Pumping Station is a restored Victorian sewage pumping station on the north side of Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England. It was designed by James Mansergh and used to pump sewage to the sewage farm at Clay Mills Stretton. The main pumping plant consists of four Woolf compound, rotative, beam pumping engines. These are arranged in mirror image pairs, in two separate engine houses, with a central boiler house (containing five Lancashire boilers with economisers) and chimney. The en...
      • St Mary's, Stretton
        11.05 Km from Coton in the Elms
        St Mary's is the Church of England parish church for the village of Stretton, north of Burton upon Trent. It is part of the Diocese of Lichfield. St Mary's church was (...) wholly paid for by John Gretton (d. 1899) of Bladon House in Winshill, a native of Stretton and a director of the Burton brewers Bass, Ratcliff, and Gretton. (...) dedicated to St. Mary, it was designed by J. T. Micklethwaite of Westminster on an aisled, cruciform plan with a massive crossing tower. Built externally of Stant...

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      • Drayton Manor Dr
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        Drayton Manor Dr, Mile Oak, Tamworth B78 3TW, UK
      • Donington Park
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        Donington Park, Castle Donington, Derby DE74 2RP, UK
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        The Nag's Head Bar Hill Top, Castle Donington, Derby DE74 2PR, UK
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        Derby Bus Station Derby DE1 2BB, UK
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        Banks's Stadium Bescot Cres, Wednesbury, Walsall WS1 4SA, UK
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        Birmingham Airport, Birmingham B26 3QJ, UK
      • Birmingham
        One of the most progressive cities in England, and considered to be the second largest in terms of population, Birmingham is a massive metropolitan area in the West Midlands region of the country. During the Industrial Revolution times it was known as the “workshop of the world”, as well as the “city of a thousand trades” due to the massive number of workers and trades which catapulted the city into the forefront of the Industrial Revolution, but its industrial importance faded over the years until the city became just another dot on the map. Until, that is, the late 20th century, when Birmingham underwent a massive facelift, renovating many of the old sections of the city and transforming into a modern hub of commerce that now has the city as one of the top five most popular destinations for foreigners coming into England. And while the city itself might not boast the “medieval” charm of places like nearby Shropshire or Warwick, the modernity of Birmingham has given rise to a new breed of adventurer: the modern traveler.

        Birmingham is the UK's second largest city. It is a thriving city, perfect for a shopping spree with The Bullring and The Mailbox, just outside the center. The city caters for most tastes with many hidden, unique shops, as well as the high street stores and fantastic places to eat; prices to suit any pocket.

        The nightlife is varied, you may just want to spend your evening in a bar or pub, or sample some of the city's clubs. Broad Street is perfect for a bit of a pub crawl, or even try the Harborne Run! If you'd prefer something more relaxed why not book yourself a nice comfy leather sofa in The Electrica cinema, and have a bottle of wine brought to you whilst you watch anything from foreign cinema, old favorites or even some of the new releases in the comfortable surroundings of this 1920s cinema.

        If you enjoy theater and the arts, then the Birmingham Rep - with its main auditorium and studio theater - offers a wide range of performances to suit every taste, including children's shows and ground breaking new writing. The Alexandra and The Old Rep are 2 more theaters that can be found near the city center. Birmingham Hippodrome is the home of the Birmingham Royal Ballet, and hosts many musicals and other dance performances throughout the year, alongside "straight" plays and celebrity shows.

        An important tourist attraction is the Canal, where the visitors can find a cozy environment for dining.
        Birmingham, UK
      • St Paul's
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        St Paul's Birmingham B3, UK
      • Woodlands Bed And Breakfast
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        Woodlands Bed And Breakfast 25A Lugtrout Ln, Solihull B91 2SB, UK
      • Leicester Secular Hall
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        Leicester Secular Hall 75 Humberstone Gate, Leicester LE1 1WB, UK

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      Graphic showing average weather in Coton in the Elms in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan 3.3 82.7 37.9 32.6
      Feb 3.9 64.3 39 25.3
      Mar 5.5 64.2 41.9 25.3
      Apr 8 54.9 46.4 21.6
      May 11.2 61.3 52.2 24.1
      Jun 14.3 62.4 57.7 24.6
      Jul 16 72.6 60.8 28.6
      Aug 15.5 82.5 59.9 32.5
      Sep 13.4 61.3 56.1 24.1
      Oct 9.6 85.1 49.3 33.5
      Nov 6.3 83.7 43.3 33
      Dec 4.2 94.9 39.6 37.4

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