Watley's End was a small village or hamlet located in South Gloucestershire, England. It now forms the northern part of Winterbourne. Watley's End Road, which runs through the village, would have been the main road.
Watley's End lay sandwiched between the much larger villages of Frampton Cotterell and Winterbourne, eventually being swallowed by them and becoming part of Winterbourne. The eastern border lay along the River Frome, from Nightingales Bridge down to the Cloisters. The northern border was considered to be Court Road and Frampton Cotterell. Hooper's Farm (which remains the only piece of green land between Frampton Cotterell and Winterbourne) was considered the western edge. The southern edge of the area started where Park Avenue met North Road and continued east until the Cloisters.
There are two churches in the area: Salem Methodist Church (junction of Salem and Factory roads) and the Ebenezer Methodist Church which was on Watley's End Road adjacent to what is now York Gardens.
There is a pub called the Mason's Arms on North Road.
Factory Road was named for the beaver hat factory built on what is now Beaver Close.
There used to be a small shop opposite Salem Church and another grocery shop run by Richard Maggs on the corner of Salem and Common Roads.
There is a thriving Youth and Gymnastics club in Watley's End, Fromeside.
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