🏴 Rowley Regis is a town and historic parish as well as a former municipal borough, in the Black Country region of the West Midlands, England. Considered one of the six 'towns' that comprise the modern-day Sandwell Metropolitan Borough, it encompasses the wards of Blackheath, Cradley Heath, Old Hill, Whiteheath and Rowley Village.
Rowley Regis is the location of the Rowley Hills, famed for the quarrying of Rowley Rag Stone. The hills form part of the east/west watershed between the rivers Trent and Severn, and contain the highest point in the West Midlands region, Turner's Hill, at 269m above sea level.
Rowley Regis has a population of over 50,257 people. Rowley Regis also forms one of the centres of the wider Black Country metropolitan area which has a population of over 1,147,000 people.
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