Little Haywood Village

Little Haywood is a village in Staffordshire, England. It lies beside a main arterial highway, the A51 but traffic through the village is mainly light, owing to this bypass.

Little Haywood Village

Little Haywood is cited in the Domesday Book of 1086.[2] Although originally a small village, housing expansion during the 1980s has created a commuter village and most of its inhabitants have employment far outside the confines of the Haywood area.

Little Haywood is situated on the side of a hill in the system of valleys drained by the rivers Trent and Sow. It lies near the northern edge of The Chase and is surrounded in the main by farmland. Geologically, the village lies on Triassic sandstone of the Sherwood Sandstone Group, with overlying glacial deposits from the last glaciation of Great Britain.

The village lies within the Stafford borough of Staffordshire and its name is derived from the Old English "haeg wadu," meaning an enclosure in woodland.

SOURCE: Wikipedia

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