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There is an area at the end of Kingswinford which has been known as Townsend dating back to 19th century maps of the area. It was centred on Townsend House, the family seat of the Badley family from the 17th until the early 20th century. The Georgian house was demolished in the 1950s to build a shopping centre. John Badley of Townsend (1678–1768) was an ancestor of John Badley, F.R.C.S. and John Haden Badley the centenarian educator and founder of Bedales School.

[From History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, William White, Sheffield, 1851]

A programme of lectures and events, and support for the work of the glass museum is organised by the friends of Broadfield House Glass Museum.

Students of The Kingswinford School have done us proud despite the considerable challenges GCSE students now face. Schools have been warned to expect volatility in results over the next few years and attaining the highest grades in external examinations is now even more challenging.

Costa Coffee and free WiFi - the perfect match

The Kingswinford DY6 postal district covers the entirety of Kingswinford and Wall Heath as well as nearby rural areas such as Hinksford and Ashwood.

'An Historical Sketch of the Parish of Kingswinford' by UA Beddall Published c1885, by U Beddall, Brierley Hill.

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Kingswinford serves 5–11 year olds with six primary schools, one of which is a special school. Bromley Hills[8] is adjacent to the Crestwood School, where the vast majority of the children transfer to at the age of 11. Dingle Primary School[9] children also attend Crestwood in the majority of cases. Another school in Kingswinford is Crestwood Park,[10] a school that was one of the worst schools in the area but has improved dramatically.

Kingswinford is a suburban area of the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, in the West Midlands, England. In 2001, its population was 25,808, falling to 25,191 at the 2011 Census.[1][2]

Students not only achieve well in external examinations, they are also articulate, well adjusted young people with interests beyond their school lives, ready to be respected members of the community. I am particularly grateful for the tremendous support that has been given to students by teaching staff and parents.

As a growing church, Calvary provides an environment where people are 'not lost in the crowd', are cared for, can mature in their faith, belong to a thriving community and can be part of the whole church in a significant way. Weekly Connect Group is a great place to do life with others that are doing life with God.

The Kingswinford School Academy is delighted to announce that, once again, Year 11 students achieved GCSE results to be proud of in August 2016

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Little Stars Mums & Tods has been running for 15 years. The aim is to allow mums (and dads, grandparents and carers!) the chance to sit down, take the weight off their feet, enjoy a cup of coffee and catch up with friends old and new.

Dudley Road Kingswinford West Midlands DY6 8WT Tel: 01384 291 290 Get Directions

From 1894 to 1938, Kingswinford was the centre of Kingswinford Rural District Council. It was then part of Brierley Hill Urban District Council and since 1966 has been controlled by Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council. It now forms part of the DY6 postal district.

There are two major industrial trading estates in Kingswinford, the Dawley Brook Estate and the Pensnett Trading Estate, which the largest fenced industrial estate in Europe. These provide good local employment opportunities.

A map showing the pre-1850 boundaries of Kingswinford Parish

Blast Off is the Kids Club run by Calvary Church from 6:30-7:45pm every Friday night during term time. At Blast Off we believe that fun and positivity mixed with an exciting programme full of adventurous stories, great lessons, messy activities and energetic games is a fantastic way to launch a little life and blast it towards an awesome future!  

St. Mary's Primary School, Maidensbridge Primary School, Blanford Mere Primary School and Glynne Primary School, amongst others are feeders to Kingswinford School.

The Kingswinford.com site includes a wealth of detail on present day and historical Kingswinford and the surrounding area.

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Welcome to The Summerhill, Harvester restaurant in Kingswinford. Here you will find our famous grills and salads; we serve real food fresh, fun and full of flavour. All of our main meals come with fresh, unlimited salad. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or order take-away from a family orientated pub restaurant near you.

Mon-Sat: 12pm - 11pm Sun: 12pm - 10.30pm Breakfast serving times: Weekdays: 6.30am - 10.30am Weekends: 7am - 11am

The pre-school has been established for over 15 years, running 5 mornings per week (term time only) from 9:00 – 12:00noon.

Kingswinford

Kingswinford is a part of the West Midlands metropolitan county, West Midlands conurbation, and the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley. It was historically a rural district in Staffordshire, but in 1933 it was divided between Seisdon in the north and Brierley Hill in the south.[5]

Michael Glaze has become an unfortunate local celebrity due to the frequency of his appearances nude in the town centre. As of 10 September 2012, Mr Glaze has been banned from the town centre for two years. Local residents have welcomed the news, although there has been a modicum of support for the 'harmless' local celebrity.

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The Kingswinford School Water Street Dudley West Midlands DY6 7AD

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A transcription of the section on Kingswinford from A Topographical History of Staffordshire by William Pitt (1817)

Swindon Road Wall Heath Kingswinford West Midlands DY6 0AW View with Google Maps 

Our friendly team, large patio and car park make us the perfect choice for a tasty meal; whether you're visiting Merry Hill or the Black Country Museum make sure you call in!

A transcript of the Monumental Inscriptions of the church of Kingswinford, St Mary has been published by the Birmingham & Midland SGH. A transcript of the Monumental Inscriptions of the church of Wordsley, Holy Trinity has been published by the Birmingham & Midland SGH.

Powerful praying, spirit-led intercession & prophecies! All add up to great fellowship (Sometimes even a bacon buttie!)

There are a few annual traditions in Kingswinford that have emerged in recent years and grown in popularity, such as fancy dress attire every Christmas Eve, particularly amongst young adult residents, often resulting in various pub crawls through the town. Another infamous tradition is for football fans to wear a retro or classic football shirt on the day of the FA Cup final.

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