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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Alert: Keyless vehicle thefts in South Staffs

Your latest Smart Alert.

We are urging residents to be extra vigilant following a number of vehicle thefts over the last couple of nights across the south Staffs area.

We would remind residents to ensure vehicles are left secure and valuables removed when unattended.

Two incidents have been reported overnight on 4/5 June when two white transit vehicles were stolen from driveways without keys.

A further transit van was reported stolen in the Perton/Pattingham area overnight on 5/6 June and a black Audi Q3 has also been reported stolen in the Cheslyn Hay area.

All incidents were keyless thefts and access was gained by unknown means.

If you own a vehicle with keyless access, consider purchasing an RFID blocking wallet for your fob which can block any device trying to hack your fob.  Steering locks also remain effective as a deterrent for would be thieves.

If you have any information in relation to any of these incidents please contact us on 101 quoting incident numbers 61 and 101 of 5 June and 85 and 146 of 6 June.

Further information about how to protect your vehicle can be found on our website at