A riverside idyll, Clifton Campbell lies on the River Mease in the south-east corner of Staffordshire, conveniently situated close to the borders of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Warwickshire.
Its skyline is dominated by the majestic 14th century spire of the Church of St Andrew, while other historic buildings in the vicinity include Clifton Hall, Manor Farm, the old Post Office and the village pub, The Green Man, a very poplar family friendly pub offering a wide range of drinks and food.
A primary school, St Andrew's Church of England, makes the village a popular residence for young families, this small primary school has an outstanding Ofsted report and great levels of education for all ages ranging from 4 - 11
- Village hall with a comprehensive programme of entertainment
- Outdoor play area and wild flower meadows at Coneyberry Millennium Green
- Mobile library
- Rawlett Community Sports College, Tamworth, catchment area
- Close to Tamworth for easy access to shops, Tamworth Castle and Snowdome
- The Green Man - Pub