Redditch gained popularity as a needle making centre, in the middle Ages. The town was built as a flagship town, which has all the amendments found in the modernized towns.
To the north western side of Redditch is Studley, it is placed to the southern side of the urban area of West Midlands.
The town is a popular destination of historic sites. The famous places of interest here are the ruins of Bordesley Abbey and the National needle Museum.
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