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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Advice: Car Key Burglaries

We are reminding residents to be on their guard and to review home and vehicle security following a number of burglaries where offenders have targeted the property with a view to stealing the keys and vehicle at the property.

We would urge residents to ensure their property is secure at all times, including all doors and windows and that items of value and keys are stored away out of view.

Offenders often target properties with high value/high performance vehicles on the driveway however this is not always the case! If keys are visible through windows and doors then offenders will break in; take the keys and make off in the vehicle.

Let’s not make it easy for them!

If you have any information which could assist us with our enquiries, please contact us on 101 or anonymously via crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

For more home and vehicle security advice and information please visit the force website at www.staffordshire.police.uk/crimeprevention.