Coaley has many amenities, including a 300-year-old pub, the Old Fox (was The Fox and Hounds until November 2018 ), the Coaley C of E Primary School, a church, a village hall, and a community shop, set up in recent years using the former reception classroom of the school. Cam and Dursley railway station (near the former Coaley Junction station) was reopened in 1994 (the original closed in 1965) and is situated on the South-Western border of the village.
- Cricket: Coaley Cricket Club
- Football: Coaley Rovers, also known as the Coaley Crows
Events and society
Coaley also holds an annual produce show, which has been held since 1942 on the first Saturday in September.
Local legend has it that one of the original script writers of The Archers, Geoffrey Webb, drank regularly in the (now closed) Swan Public House in the village, and his experiences helped inspire the long-running radio serial.
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- Coaley Parish Council
- Coaley Community Shop
- Coaley Junction Action Committee (Railway Information)
- Coaley Cricket Club
- Coaley Produce Show
- Coaley on Stroud Voices