Fawley is a place name that is used more than once in the United Kingdom. In each case, the origins of the name are different:

* Fawley, Berkshire ('clearing frequented by fallow deer'); nearby is South Fawley, sometimes called "Little Fawley"
* Fawley, Buckinghamshire ('fallow-coloured clearing'); in or nearby are:
**Fawley Court, a manor house and estate, and
**Fawley Bottom, a very small village
* Fawley, Hampshire ('clearing with ploughed land'); in or nearby are:
**Fawley Branch Line
**Fawley Football Club
**Fawley Power Station
* Fawley Chapel, Herefordshire ('clearing where hay is made')

For the ExxonMobil oil refinery "see" Fawley, Hampshire

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