Croxton, Staffordshire

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Croxton is a village on the B5026 between Eccleshall and Loggerheads. Population details for the 2011 census can be found under Eccleshall. It is notable for having an old windmill. [1] The village church is called St. Pauls.[2]

It is likely that the 'Croxton pattern', a variety of blue print pattern used on china plates made in the Burslem pottery in the early 20th century, was named after this nearby village.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 52°53′06″N 2°19′01″W / 52.885°N 2.317°W / 52.885; -2.317