West Heath

West Heath may refer to various places in England:

  • The New School at West Heath, in Sevenoaks, Kent
  • West Heath, Cheshire, in Congleton
  • West Heath, Hampshire
  • West Heath, London, in Bexley, London
  • West Heath, West Midlands, in Birmingham
  • The West Heath, an extension of Hampstead Heath in North London
  • West Heath House and West Heath Yard, Channel 4 sitcoms created by Edwyn Collins

Other articles related to "west heath, heath":

Northfield, Birmingham - History - 20th Century
... visitors arriving via Northfield railway station could visit the skating rink on West Heath Road next to the bridge over the River Rea ... West Heath library also serves the area ... Model Village and several estates of temporary Prefab housing in West Heath, although new house provision has slowed down to a much less dramatic rate since the 1970s ...
The New School At West Heath
... The New School at West Heath (or simply The New School) is an independent school in Sevenoaks, in southeast England ... It was then called West Heath Girls School and was a very exclusive girls school with around 100 boarding pupils ...
Diana, Princess Of Wales - Education
... She did not shine academically, and was moved to West Heath Girls' School (later reorganised as The New School at West Heath) in Sevenoaks, Kent, where she was regarded ... Her outstanding community spirit was recognised with an award from West Heath ... In 1977, she left West Heath and briefly attended Institut Alpin Videmanette, a finishing school in Rougemont, Switzerland ...
West Heath, Hampshire
51°19′00″N 1°09′00″W / 51.316667°N 1.15°W / 51.316667 -1.15 West Heath West Heath OS grid reference SU5933557849 District Basingstoke ...

Famous quotes containing the words heath and/or west:

    We are the trade union for pensioners and children, the trade union for the disabled and the sick ... the trade union for the nation as a whole.
    —Edward Heath (b. 1916)

    Out where the handclasp’s a little stronger,
    Out where the smile dwells a little longer,
    That’s where the West begins.
    Arthur Chapman (1873–1935)