Langley Green, West Midlands

Langley Green is a suburb of Oldbury, on the B4169 road, in the Sandwell district, in the English county of West Midlands. The appropriate ward of Sandwell is simply called Langley. The population at the 2011 census was 12,969.[1] Langley Green has a library, a theatre and a railway station called Langley Green railway station. The Oldbury Rep Theatre, which had its first production in 1944, moved to its current location in 1956. The theatre is Sandwell's only purpose-built theatre. It hosts a variety of productions and has established itself as a community theatre providing a venue for local organisations and schools.

The B4169: Causeway Green Road (in foreground) and New Henry Street, Langley Green
Before 1844, Langley Green was shared out between Shropshire (pink) and Worcestershire (green), including separate field strips. (Historic County Borders Project)

Before 1844, the locality was shared between the counties of Shropshire and Worcestershire in an extremely complicated manner.

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  1. ^ "Sandwell Ward population 2011". Retrieved 18 December 2015.
  • A-Z Birmingham (page 97)

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Coordinates: 52°29′17″N 2°00′18″W / 52.48798°N 2.00509°W / 52.48798; -2.00509