Codsall is recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086 as having a population of six people, today the population of the Parish is around 8,000. The village has extensive leisure facilities including a swimming pool and a sports hall The Village Hall hosts a cricket club, football ground and a drama group as well as  providing a venue for many other activities. Village Hall Website The main shopping area around The Square has an excellent range of shops, cafes, restaurants, public houses,a bank, and building society.  A doctor’s surgery, dental practice and library are also located close to the village centre. There are three primary/first schools, a middle school and a high school within  Codsall as well as two pre schools. The rural location of Codsall is still associated with a mixture of arable and livestock farming as well as substantial areas  of land now given over to leisure use, particularly equine.

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Security level raised to Critical: Keeping our communities safe and reassured

Following the announcement on Tuesday May 23rd by the Prime Minster Theresa May to raise the national security level to Critical, we want to reassure our communities that we are working hard to keep you safe.

Moving to the Critical level means we will be increasing our presence of both armed and unarmed police officers at popular locations including tourist spots, transport hubs and busy town centres across Staffordshire. We will also be reviewing key events over the coming days and weeks and providing security advice where practical. These are precautionary measures that aim to keep you feeling safe and reassured whilst not affecting your daily life.

Chief Constable Jane Sawyers said: "We continue to work closely with our Regional Counter Terrorism Unit and the National Security Service to do everything possible to prevent further attacks.

"At this time we continue to ask the public to remain calm but alert. If you see anything that causes you concern, then let us know immediately. I'm sure you can appreciate it is an extremely busy time for our control room, so please remember to focus reports on anything genuinely suspicious. If you see or hear anything that you think could be terrorist-related, trust your instinct no matter how small, then ACT and call 0800 789 321 or 999 in an emergency."