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The "official" web site.... Walsall Council - Brownhills in history

BrownhillsBob's Brownhills Blog - The best "independent" web site I have found.

Brownhills history - The early days of the internet

Robert Webster – - 14/1/2017 - missing

D.Fellows - - 14/1/2017 – missing

Sue Lote - 14/10/2017 - - was

Clive Roberts of "snippets of local history" - You can now visit the Clive Roberts web site via and click on "Local History".

Brownhills on the internet

Facebook - BrownhillsBob -

Facebook - William Roberts -

Facebook - Brownhills past & Present  -

Facebook - Chasewater - (not just Chasewater specific)

Facebook - Shire Oak Park Local Nature Reserve users - (14/1/2017 – dormant?)

Facebook - Brownhills Barry - (14/1/2017 – dormant?)

Facebook - Let's See How Many People On Facebook Are From Brownhills! - (dormant – 2010/13)

Facebook - I speak brownhillsish not brummy - (dormant – 2015)

Blog - OakParkRunner - - (dormant – 2014)

Blog - The Clayhanger Review - - (dormant – 2012)

Brownhills organisations

Avenues Community Association Charity - Helping in the community since 1996

Brownhills Community Association

Brownhills Library

Brownhills School (was "Brownhills Community Technology College")

Chase Sailing Club - Chase Sailing Club at Poole Road, Chasetown, Walsall, West Midlands. WS7 8QW

Chasewater Country Park The Park is a major centre of wildlife and water based leisure activities in its 300 hectares.

Chasewater Light Railway

Chasewater Wildlife Group is being developed as the Official website for the Chasewater Wildlife Group.  Here it is hoped to record all the wildlife that is observed here with news of interest to local people as well as visiting birdwatchers and naturalists.

Clayhanger Community Information Page (facebook)

St. James' Brownhills with Ogley Hay Anglican church

Watling Street Primary School (was Watling Street Junior & Infants School ) - We celebrate our schools birthday with a Victorian Day in April each Year

Not Specifically Brownhills but nearby

Dictionary of Black Country Words The dialect of the Black Country area remains perhaps one of the last examples of early English still spoken today.


Facebook - Burntwood Chase Heritage Group -

Facebook - Old photos from hednesford, chadsmoor and cannock -

Facebook - Lichfield Discovered -

Facebook - Norton Canes History -

www - Pelsall History Centre -

www - staffordshirebred - - "where I'm from shapes who I am"

Facebook - Walsall Places, People, Pictures and History -

Facebook - Walsall Local History Centre -

Facebook - Walsall in Photographs -

Facebook - Wyrleyblog -


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