A view of Coaley taken from Cam Long Down

Welcome

Coaley is in Gloucestershire 3 miles from Dursley, and 5 miles from Stroud. The village extends from the edge of the Cotswold Hills at Coaley Peak viewpoint, to the A38 road in the north west. The picture above was taken from Cam Long Down and shows Coaley viewed from the south with the Cotswold edge on the right and the River Severn on the left.  Coaley has a population of around 800.

Coaley has many amenities, including a 300-year-old pub, the Old Fox, the Coaley C of E Primary School, a church, a village hall, and a community shopCam and Dursley railway station (near the former Coaley Junction station that closed in 1965) was opened in 1994 and is situated on the south-western border of the village.

Latest news

Road closure, 24th August

The Street will be closed between Waterend Farm and Elmcote Lane on the 24th August 2021 between the hours of 09.30hrs and 15.30hrs. This is to allow for works by BT Openreach.  This will impact people going to Cam and Dursley Station and much more time will be needed to get there.  We've been provided with the attached map of the official diversion via Far Green, Ashmead and Cam.  Note that diversions have to be able to handle all the traffic that would be expected on the closed road, so they are not always the most direct route round the closed section.

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