|Alt names||Wileia||source: Domesday Book (1985) p 106|
|Located in||Essex, England|
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Weeley is a small village in Tendring, East Essex, England. It is served by Weeley railway station on the Sunshine Coast Line. It has bus links to Clacton-on-Sea and Colchester.
The parish church is St Andrew's, Weeley, which shares a priest with neighbouring Little Clacton. There is a Church of England voluntary aided primary school, also dedicated to St Andrew, which traces its foundation to the early date of 1797.
Weeley has two small local parks, and was host to the Weeley Festival in August 1971. Other local facilities include a village hall, a McDonald's, and a Premier Inn.
Weeley has a personal weather station in the village, which provides 24/7 live weather conditions and weather forecasts for the area.