Place:Jacksdale, Nottinghamshire, England


Located inNottinghamshire, England

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Jacksdale is a small former mining village situated in the local government district of Ashfield, part of the English county of Nottinghamshire. The population of the ward within the Ashfield Council was 3,158 as taken at the 2011 census. Lying close to the Derbyshire border, Jacksdale is the most westerly place within the county. Neighbouring villages include Selston, Brinsley, Pye Hill and Ironville. Jacksdale and Westwood are interlinking villages, although houses in Westwood are usually referred to as being newer, with 86 per cent of the housing in Jacksdale built before 1918.

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