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Brownhills Office

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Office Address:
43 High Street
Brownhills
Walsall
West Midlands
WS8 6ED

Tel: 01543 375 777
Email: brownhills@paulcarrestateagents.co.uk

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday9.00am to 3.00pm
SundayClosed

Areas Covered

Brownhills
Brownhills West
Clayhanger
Ogley Hay
Sandhills
Shire Oak
Shire Ridge
Springhill
Walsall Wood

Caroline Gripton
Branch Manager

Our promise is to be
'with you every step of the way'
and our aim is to get you the
best possible price
for your property

About Brownhills

Brownhills is a small town Located on the edge of Cannock Chase near the large artificial lake Chasewater, it is 9.7 km north-east of Walsall and a similar distance south-west of Lichfield. It is now part of the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall but before the boundary changes in 1974, it was in the county of Staffordshire.

The town lies on the ancient Watling Street, but is not recorded before the 17th century, although Ogley Hay, which in modern times is a district of the town, is recorded as a settlement in the Domesday Book. Brownhills quickly grew around the coal mining industry, especially after it became linked to the canal and railway networks in the mid-19th century, and by the end of the century had grown from a hamlet of only 300 inhabitants to a town with a population of over 13,000.

Today Brownhills has a traditional high street and provides housing in all styles and for every budget and there are a number of new residential developments in Clayhanger, Shire Oak and Shire Ridge which offer easy access to the Motorway Network with the M6 Toll, M6 and M54 motorways being a short drive away. There are regional and national rail services from Lichfield. The stunning leisure centre in Walsall Wood is just the latest in a long line of recent investments in the area.

The iconic sculpture by John McKenna of the Brownhills Miner, as it is known, is nicknamed Jigger after miner Jack 'Jigger' Taylor who died when the roof of Walsall Wood pit collapsed in 1951