Hall Green is an area and ward in south Birmingham, England. It is also a council constituency, managed by its own district committee. Historically it was part of the county of Worcestershire.
Other articles related to "hall green, hall":
... by Sir William Wilson and was named after Job Marston, a resident at Hall Green Hall, who donated £1,000 towards the construction of the building near the hall ... In March 1907, the chapel became known as the parish church of Hall Green in the new diocese of Birmingham ...
... Hall Green looked safe for the Conservatives in the 1980s, but with Birmingham, Edgbaston this was the last of the Conservatives’ Birmingham seats lost to Labour in 1997 ... Birmingham, Hall Green is made up of four wards - Hall Green, Moseley and Kings Heath, Springfield and Sparkbrook ... for England created a modified version of the Hall Green seat which contains only a third of the constituency which existed for the 1997 General Election ...
... Hall Green has been a home to comedian Tony Hancock, who lived at 41 Southam Road until the age of three (the house contains a plaque commemorating this), racing ... The area of Hall Green was not developed at the time when Tolkien lived there (1896–1900) ...
... pointing in opposite directions one example was at Hall Green near Kidsgrove, where the southern terminus of the Macclesfield Canal joined the Hall Green Branch of the earlier ... Hall Green stop lock remains, but as a single lock the extra lock was removed because the lowering of the T M's summit pound (to improve Harecastle Tunnel's "air draught ... The Hall Green Branch is now considered to be an extension of the Macclesfield Canal, which now meets the T M at Hardings Wood Junction (just short of the ...
... in 2011, the Boundary Commission has proposed a modified Birmingham Hall Green which takes approximately half of the existing seat in conjunction with half of the Selly Oak seat ... This would form a modified Hall Green seat containing the electoral wards of Brandwood, Billesley, Hall Green and Springfield ...
Famous quotes containing the words green and/or hall:
“Time kills me terribly.
Time shall not murder you, He said,
Nor the green nought be hurt;
Who could hack out your unsucked heart,
O green and unborn and undead?
I saw time murder me.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“For a hundred and fifty years, in the pasture of dead horses,
roots of pine trees pushed through the pale curves of your ribs,
yellow blossoms flourished above you in autumn, and in winter
frost heaved your bones in the groundold toilers, soil makers:
O Roger, Mackerel, Riley, Ned, Nellie, Chester, Lady Ghost.”
—Donald Hall (b. 1928)