Welcome to Sutton Coldfield (officially the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield), a large town in the West Midlands, England. The area lies approximately 7 miles northeast of Birmingham City Centre and borders Little Ashton, North Warwickshire, Lichfield, Erdington and South Staffordshire.

Wherever you go, no matter what you do, be sure to find time for an Afternoon Tea in Sutton Coldfield. Go on – indulge in all of your favourite treats and snacks today. You’ve earned it!

Sutton Coldfield is historically part of Warwickshire, only becoming part of Birmingham and the West Midlands metropolitan county in 1974. Nevertheless, its history dates back millennia earlier, with evidence suggesting that people have lived in and around the area since at least the Bronze Age.

The Romans later had a presence in the region, followed by the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia. During this period, Sutton Coldfield grew into a small hamlet.

Over the course of several centuries, Sutton Coldfield developed gradually yet consistently. The Industrial Revolution of the late 1700s and 1800s was a particularly prosperous time for the town, with the arrival of the railway accelerating expansion.

Now, of course, the area hosts several Afternoon Tea Sutton Coldfield venues – all of which are, undoubtedly, well worth visiting!