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Codsall is a large village in the South Staffordshire district of Staffordshire, England. It is situated north west of the city ofWolverhampton.

The village also has a cricket club called Codsall Cricket Club (Codsall CC), the club was established in 1897 and plays at the Village Hall. There is also a 3-par, 18 hole golf course (The Ledene). In the village, Codsall Community High School runs a post-16 Football Academy for their students.

In 1086, the Domesday Book recorded six people in Codsall. They were probably the heads of households so the population would have been a little larger with some sources suggesting that Codsall residents of this time may have stood up to fifteen feet tall. Toponymists have the name Codsall coming from the old English ‘Cod’s Halh’ – meaning a nook of land belonging to a man named Cod (Cod being an early English personal name, possibly in shortened form)

Codsall has several pubs, bars and members’ clubs. The oldest is The Crown in Codsall Square. The Crown changed names in 2008 to ‘Butlers Bar & Bistro’, but the name change did not prove popular, and it was renamed back to ‘The Crown’ in 2009. Over the road also in Codsall Square is The Bull , another traditional old pub serving ale with an extensive food menu.

Church Street, now called Church Road, lies between the road junction and the church. There was a significant change afterCodsall railway station, on the Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway, opened in 1849. The station became the commercial hub of the village with a goods yard, coal yard and cattle pens. Development took place along Station Road and beyond with some substantial properties being built to accommodate wealthy businessmen from Wolverhampton and the Black Country.

Codsall Community High School is the only secondary school in the area and it has three feeder middle schools; Codsall, Bilbrook and Perton. There are also three first schools; Lane Green, St. Nicholas’ C of E and Birches. St Christopher’s Roman Catholic Primary School is the only primary school in the area.

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