Essington

Essington is a village and civil parish in South Staffordshire, England. It is considered by the Office for National Statistics to be part of the Wolverhampton Urban Subdivision, and is within the West Midlands conurbation.

It is near where the M6 motorway joins the M54 motorway at Junction 10A. Despite its vicinity to the motorways, it is a fairly quiet village, surrounded by fields used for grazing, and for crops.

Read more about Essington:  Walk Through History, Village, Old Industrial Essington Village, Changing The Village, Essington Parish, Shops & Commerce, School, Sports, Recreation, Scouting & Girlguiding, Religious, Parish Centre, Famous People From The Village

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