Discover some of the fascinating people who have lived in and around the Tame valley Wetlands.
Francis Willughby was a pioneering ornithologist who championed a scientific approach to the study of birds.Read more.
Charles Bowyer Adderley was a Conservative politician and wealthy philanthropist, who lived at Hams Hall, near Coleshill.Read more.
William Dugdale was an antiquarian scholar who was influential in the development of medieval history as an academic subject.Read more.
John Smeaton was chief engineer during the construction of the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal.Read more.