Walsall

Walsall ( pronunciation) is a large industrial town in the West Midlands of England. It is located northwest of Birmingham and east of Wolverhampton. Historically a part of Staffordshire, Walsall is a component area of the West Midlands conurbation and part of the Black Country.

Walsall is the administrative headquarters of the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall, though it has changed its name to Walsall Council. In the 2001 census, the town had a population of 170,994 with the wider borough having a population of 253,500. Neighbouring towns in the borough include Brownhills, Willenhall, Bloxwich and Aldridge.

Read more about Walsall:  Geography, Demography, Economy, Education, Transport, Recent Changes, Notable Residents, Twin Towns

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Sam Smith (footballer)
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... His father was a banker of Walsall, who had been Member of Parliament for Walsall and High Sheriff of Staffordshire ... Forster stood unsuccessfully for Walsall in 1847, but in 1852 he was returned unopposed as MP for Walsall ... He remained member for Walsall until his death at the age of 75 in 1891 ...
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... Adkins made his Walsall debut on 17 January 2009 in the Football League One clash with Peterborough United at London Road, which ended in a 1-0 loss ... Town on loan, scoring one goal in four league appearances before returning to Walsall ... He was released by Walsall on 10 May 2010 along with six other players ...