Low West Thickley and High West Thickley are farms in County Durham, located off Brusselton Lane, to the south-west of Shildon. The earthwork remains of the deserted medieval village of West Thickfield are located near High West Thickley. In the 14th century all the residents of the village were said to have died from the Black Death plague. The Brusselton Incline of the Stockton and Darlington Railway is located by Low West Thickley Farm.
High West Thickley Farm (Low West Thickly is to the north-east, by Brusselton Incline).