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Aldridge is a town within the Walslal brough. It became part of the borough of Walsall at this time, having originally been an independent local authority and then being merged with neighbouring Brownhills to form Aldridge-Brownhills UDC in 1966.

Aldridge began as a small agricultural settlement, with farming being the most common occupation up until the 19th century.

There are also speculative plans to use the closed South Staffordshire line as a single track freight line, which would be a quicker route from Stourbridge to Bescot, and this would also clear the way to re-introduce passenger services to Aldridge. This section of line was last used in 1984, and the entire trackbed remains intact, even though the track itself is long gone. There is no timescale for when (or if) the re-opening of this railway through Aldridge will take place, although Network Rail hopes that the bulk of the line between Walsall and Brierley Hill will re-open to goods trains by 2012.

Most of the town’s shops are located either on High Street, Anchor Road, or in the shopping area known as “The Parade”. Well-known shops. There are many take-aways in Aldridge, including two Chinese take-aways, two Indian take-aways, a Greek take-away, a pizza take-away and two fish and chip shops. Many Restaurants both European and Asian can be found here too.

In Aldridge there are a large number of factories, mostly located on the Redhouse industrial estate, but also heading up towards Walsall Wood along the main road, Northgate. Some of the most notable factories.

The recorded population in the 2001 Census was 16,862

Aldridge is served by a local bus service. Many of the buses in Aldridge were renumbered in April 2010 as part of National Express West Midlands’ attempt to simplify bus services in and around the Walsall area. Buses to Walsall run frequently several times an hour during the day.

Aldridge Rugby Football Club was formed in 1998 from an amalgamation of two established rugby clubs based in Birmingham: Witton and Old Centrals. The club is based on the former Old Centrals sports ground at Bourne Vale in Aldridge and currently plays in Midlands 5 West (North) fielding three senior sides.

The 49th Walsall Scout Group is the third Scout Group in Aldridge based at St. Thomas’s Church in Churchside Way on the estate just off Lazy Hill Road and Greenwood Road, it also caters for boys between the ages of 6 and 18, it is a thriving Group holding family camps as well as Scout, Cub and Beaver Camps each year.

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