Award Winning Design Agency serving Perry Beeches

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Awards We’ve Won

Best Website Design Agency - UK 2020
Web Design Agency of the Year 2021
Award for Distinction in Web Design 2019
Most Comprehensive Web Design & Development Service - West Midlands - 2019 by Acquisition International
Best Website Design Agency - Wolverhampton

Christine McGowan – Newhampton Arts Centre

“Williams Graphics offered a very efficient and professional service. They helped us to negotiate the complex requirements for our website. The result is an impressive platform that is easy to navigate and update.”

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Luke – Packaging Bubble

“Delivered us a great website with perfect functionality and excellent visual design. It works perfectly and during development were a pleasure to work with. Would recommend to anyone.”

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Sally Oakley – Central Collectibles

“I have used Williams Graphics for various Web Design & Graphics work over the last couple of years, the service I have received is always first class. Efficient, honest and reliable – I highly recommend this Company! Many thanks for everything.”

A few facts about Perry Beeches

Perry Beeches is an Place of Great Barr, Birmingham, England, within the parliamentary constituency of Perry Barr.

Previously agricultural, with some sand and gravel quarrying on the site of Asda Queslett; it was developed as a residential suburb of Birmingham unexpectedly before and after World War II. Many of the houses in the Thornbridge Avenue and Booth’s Farm Road areas were build up before the outbreak of war, while the surviving part of the estate (between the Beeches and Aldridge Roads) was completed after 1945. The Perry Beeches Place is bisected by the M6 motorway, constructed in the to the lead 1970s.

The housing in the southern allocation of Perry Beeches -in the Thornbridge Avenue area and at the eastern decline of the Beeches Road (formerly known as Brick Kiln Lane)- was built by Henry Boot of Sheffield for the ‘First National Housing Trust’ – who plus built a thesame estate, albeit once houses of a slightly larger floorplan, at Pheasey. This is located to the north-east of the Beeches Estate upon land that was share of Aldridge Urban District Council and now ration of Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council. Most of these houses were built in blocks of 4-6 past some blocks of 2 semi-detached in a similar style where flavor would not allow for larger blocks, or where the home was too steep for these blocks – notably in Holmesfield Road; that was built upon a steep hill.

While many residents have now bought these properties and made many alterations, the indigenous floorplan for most houses consisted of a hallway, front room and subsequently a rear kitchen when pantry, coal hole and a downstairs toilet. As these houses were originally rented, they had identical wooden doors and windows painted cream, with either dark green or beige doors and outer frames. Wooden fences subsequent to a garden hedge were along with placed around every house.

The houses to the north of the area (north of the Beeches Road amongst the Walsall and M6) were by contrast privately owned. These are mostly blocks of semi-detached houses in the same way as generally more decorative features, including large round bay windows upon the upper and arena floor, stained glass stomach doors and windows, and in most cases both a tummy and help reception room.

At the rear of most houses in the Walsall Road and Booths Farm Road area, the houses were built subsequent to long rear access ‘right of ways’. These proved useful as more people owned a private car from the early 1950s onwards and were practiced to construct a garage on the bottom allocation of their back garden Plan opening onto these ‘right of ways’. They as a consequence made good short-cuts. In recent years, however, these became good access routes for thieves breaking into garages and houses. Due to this, many now have large padlocked gates at their roadside way in and are solitary accessible to residents.

There are a number of primary schools re this Place and two auxiliary schools next one brute directly located upon the Beeches Estate.

Secondary education is provided at Arena Academy.

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