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Take a Look Around Selly Park and Take in The Sights!
Selly Park is a suburban district in the south-west of Birmingham. It’s most a residential area and its postcode district is the B29. It’s located between the Bristol Road and the Pershore Road and has a fair few schools and buildings of architectural merit. The area is named after the parkland that used to make up part of Selly Hall (the parkland in question now makes up part of nearby Selly Convent). St Edward’s Church is Selly Park’s main Catholic Church, and is well known for its decorated, gothic style. It originally opened in 1902, and was expanded on numerous times until it was finally completed in 1936.