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Location type: POI
Location address: United Kingdom, Birmingham
Number of texts: 1
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Sarehole (grid reference SP099818) is an area in Hall Green, Birmingham, England (formerly in Worcestershire, but transferred to the city in 1911). Sarehole, a name no longer used in addresses, was a hamlet which gave its name to a farm (now built over) and a mill. It extended from the ford at Green Lane, southwards for about a mile, along the River Cole to the Dingles. Birmingham City Council have named the segment of the path along the Cole southwards from Sarehole Mill the John Morris Jones Walkway after a local historian.

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