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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Warm Weather Advice

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As the warm weather continues, it is important to remember to keep safe as opportunist thieves will seize the chance to burgle your property.

We would remind all residents to ensure all doors and windows are closed and secure – even if you are in the garden or upstairs – thieves can ‘sneak in’ and take your property.

Store valuables and keys away out of view of doors and windows.

Ensure all bikes, toys and garden furniture are securely stored away and/or suitable locking devices used.

Please ensure all sheds and garages are left secure – always use good quality locks.

Remember to keep hydrated – plan your journey and allow extra time for stops.

If you see an unattended child in a locked car or a distressed animal call 999 immediately.

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