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The West Midlands: On its way to becoming England’s cultural capital

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The conventory, West Midlands has been creating a lot of buzz for being selected as the City of Culture in the UK for the year 2021.

Birmingham, situated at the heart of the West Midlands cannot be overlooked for it has witnessed the registration of more than 18,000 businesses in the past year.

Then in Leamington Spa, it is noted for the public parks alongside independent cafes and shops.

Kenilworth is also not lagging behind in the list of desirable destinations, courtesy the restaurants of Pomeroys, The Cross and Harringtons.

Apart from all business-related and lifestyle-oriented reasons, the West Midlands is boasting of robust rail connectivity.

The new train timetable is all set to be launched on May 19, which is expected to elevate the experience of train travel in the region.

The back and forth journey involving Telford, Shrewsbury, Codsall, Wolverhampton, Shifna and Birmingham shall become super convenient at the weekends. As the promises have been made to improve the services, there are high chances that you do not have to wait for the train for a long time.

Furthermore, everyone is waiting anxiously for the electric trains to be launched along the Chase Line, as a consequence of the £100million electrification between Rugeley Trent Valley and Walsall.

It is expected that on-board entertainment and free wifi are soon going to be made standard throughout the entire West Midlands Railway network.

With the hassle-free rail transportation in place, can you give the West Midlands a miss at any cost?

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