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"About a mile S.E. from Hartshorn is the prosperous hamlet of WOODEN BOX, where are many pottery works, the inhabitants are almost exclusively employed."
[Description from Pigot and Co's Commercial Directory for Derbyshire, 1835]
The village is divided by the A511's traffic island. The village is virtually swallowed up by the conurbation of Swadlincote and Midway. The parish borders Leicestershire to the south.
Ask for a calculation of the distance from Woodville (formerly Wooden Box) to another place.
The War Memorial to both World Wars is located on High Street.
There is another War Memorial for the First World War, located on the gates of the Methodist Churchyard on High Street
There are five Commonwealth War Graves in the Woodville Methodist Churchyard (all from World War I) (data from the CWGC site):