West Midlands

West Midlands may refer to:

  • West Midlands (region), a region in England
  • West Midlands (county), the metropolitan county in the West Midlands region
  • West Midlands conurbation, the large conurbation in the West Midlands region
  • West Midlands (European Parliament constituency), the constituency of the European Parliament corresponding to the West Midlands region
  • West Midlands Police
  • West Midlands Regiment, the British Territorial Army regiment
  • BBC West Midlands, a local BBC region
  • West Midlands (Regional) League, a regional association football league in England
  • West Midlands English

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Famous quotes containing the words midlands and/or west:

    Sunday night meant, in the dark, wintry, rainy Midlands ... anywhere where two creatures might stand and squeeze together and spoon.... Spooning was a fine art, whereas kissing and cuddling are calf-processes.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    In England and America a beard usually means that its owner would rather be considered venerable than virile; on the continent of Europe it often means that its owner makes a special claim to virility.
    —Rebecca West (1892–1983)