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.  The village church is called St. Pauls.
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.
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