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Chadwick End is a small village and civil parish in Warwickshire, three miles from the larger village of Knowle, and liles within the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull. The name Chadwick means 'farm near a spring', and the village remains a farming community, almost continuous with the historic village of Baddesley Clinton.

Chadwick End
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Chadwick End village hall
Chadwick End is located in West Midlands county
Chadwick End
Chadwick End
Location within the West Midlands
OS grid referenceSP206731
Civil parish
  • Chadwick End
Metropolitan borough
Shire county
Metropolitan county
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townSolihull
Postcode districtB93
EU ParliamentWest Midlands
List of places
West Midlands
52°21′20″N 1°41′56″W / 52.35558°N 1.69896°W / 52.35558; -1.69896Coordinates: 52°21′20″N 1°41′56″W / 52.35558°N 1.69896°W / 52.35558; -1.69896

A mile from the village centre lies Chadwick Manor and its Estate, built in 1875 by the architect Edward Holmes (1832-1909). From 1931 the Manor became a country house hotel and the Estate a racing-stud both owned by the Stewart~MacKay family. Upon the death of champion Racehorse owner and breeder Captain. Norman 'Norrie' Stewart MacKay (1895-1980), the Manor and its Estate was sold and converted into luxury flats.

The former Poor Clares convent on Rising Lane was founded in 1850: it has been converted into private flats since its closure in 2011. [1]


  1. ^ "Historic Warwickshire convent to close after 160 years". Birmingham Post.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Chadwick End at Wikimedia Commons