Wednesbury () is a market town in Sandwell in the county of West Midlands, England. It is located near the source of the River Tame. Historically part of Staffordshire in the Hundred of Offlow, at the 2011 Census the town had a population of 37,817. == History == === Medieval and earlier === The substantial remains of a large ditch excavated in St Mary's Road in 2008, following the contours of the hill and predating the Early Medieval period, has been interpreted as part of a hilltop enclosure and possibly the Iron Age hillfort long suspected on the site. The first authenticated spelling of the name was Wodensbyri, written in an endorsement on the back of the copy of the will of Wulfric Spot, dated 1004.
Neighborhoods in Wednesbury, England
All Saints, Ashmore, Beechdale, Birchfield, Birchills, Blakenall Heath, Brades, Bulwardine, Burnt Tree, Bushbury South and Low Hill, Chapel Ash, Charlemont With Grove Vale, Dixons Green, Donington, Druid's Heath
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