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  1. Acocks Green is an area and ward of south Birmingham, England. It is named after the Acock family who built a large house in the area in 1370. Acocks Green is one of the four wards making up Yardley formal district. The place name is occasionally spelled "Acock's Green" with an apostrophe, although nowadays "Acocks Green" is more usual. It has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names.
  2. Acocks Green ward is an electoral ward in south-east Birmingham, England, and includes the districts of Acocks Green, Fox Hollies and Tyseley.
    • also known as Acocks Green ward

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Acocks Green, Birmingham has a Lincoln Poacher and Wangford, near Beccles a Suffolk Poacher. There are pubs at Spalding, Stamford and Metheringham, near Lincoln called Lincolnshire Poacher, referring to the folksong of that name.

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