Fazeley and Fazeley Junction

Fazeley Junction is always a popular stopping place for the canal cruisers. This is the junction of the Birmingham & Fazeley canal with the Coventry canal.

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It has one pub which actually backs onto the canal and two more just a short walk away there is also a working men's club.
You will not go hungry in Fazeley either there is a Fish and Chip shop,a Chinese takeaway a pizza house and a restaurant. Fazeley also has a Post Office and a selection of shops ,as well as a the very fine St Pauls Church. The building that dominates Fazeley from the canal is the old tape mill which is still in production this was built in 1882 by William Tolson.


Tolson's Mill Fazeley

There is also a children's play area just alongside the canal down by the mill.
Fazeley has close connections with Sir Robert Peel at one time he would have employed a good deal of the people living in Fazeley in one way or another either in his various mills and factories or at his home Drayton Manor.There are facilities for rubbish disposal and filling up your water supply near the junction.

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