possibly means wood or clearing at the hill called
Cadeir (Celtic for chair). Corbett
is a manorial affix from the Corbet family who were
here from the late 12th century for 200 years. In 816 Chaddesley
Corbett was known as Ceadresleahge, and by 1086 as Cedeslai.
travel by road to Chaddesley Corbett, using the M5, if coming north,
exit at Junction 5, and if coming south, exit at Junction 4, and
in both cases, head for Bromsgrove on the A38. At Bromsgrove, turn
west on to the A448 to Chaddesley Corbett. You can also approach
Chaddesley Corbett on the M42 westbound, exiting at Junction 1,
turning south on to the A38 to Bromsgrove, and then as before, west
on to the A448.