Lye, known to some as ‘The Lye’ is a historic village just outside of Stourbridge. Known for its strong sense of community, rich history, and the large concentration of traditional pubs and breweries in its centre for an area of its size, it’s one of the most typical and proud Black Country areas within Stourbridge. Known in it’s past for the manufacture of nails, anvils, chain, and vices, there are several spectacularly large sculptures throughout the village commemorating this past. In modern times, Lye is primarily a commuter town, and is well situated for it. Lye has a popular train station that site on the main line between Wolverhampton and Birmingham, making it an ideal stop for those who commute to other parts of the West Midlands and the Black Country via train. Whilst Lye is close enough to central Stourbridge to benefit from the amenities there, Lye also has its own high street with shops, restaurants, and of course pubs.