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Welcome to New Frankley
New Frankley is the only remaining civil parish in Birmingham. Despite the area being populated long before that, the parish was established in the year 2000, just south west of the Bartley Reservoir. It has very little to offer in terms of landmarks, but places to see in the area feature: the Frankley Reservoir, which contains about 900,000 cubic metres of drinkable water; the Balaam Wood School, where football star Demarai Gray graduated; and the Frankley Water Treatment Works, yet another drinkable water plant in the area, which makes it quite the healthy place to be in.