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Stockton Heath has a long and interesting history, spanning from the original settlement in Anglo Saxon times, through to the formation of the Parish in 1896.
The Romans made Wilderspool Causeway, London Road and Chester Road as routes for their armies to march along, and these became Warrington’s main trade routes.
Today, Stockton Heath stands a a thriving village, with over 70 shops and thousands of residents.
Stockton Heath Library
LiveWire Warrington, which runs Stockton Heath Library, is proposing to close the library.
A consultation is taking place on the proposals until 21 October.
Stockton Heath Parish council strongly opposes the plans.
You can contact LiveWire by email at email@example.com.
The councillor in charge of libraries, Cllr. Tony Higgins, can also be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
An online petition has been started by residents.
The Parish Council’s latest newsletter was delivered to all Stockton Heath residents in June 2016. To download a copy of the latest version or to download a previous newsletter please follow the link below.
In recent months the Parish Council has been reviewing parking in Stockton Heath. A copy of the parking review paper which discusses our aims, issues, analysis and options is available here.
The paper has been approved by the Parish Council and shared with the South Area Board who agreed to set up a Joint Working Group with Warrington Borough Council to make progress. The first meeting will take place soon.
We are interested in your views so please do get in touch.
Latest Census Results
Over 70 shops and over 6,000 residents…
Walks around Stockton Heath
On the suggestion of Louise Parker, our previous Clerk, the Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society has produced a booklet of circular walks that residents can enjoy by walking from the Village Car Park. A ‘history’ walk is included. The booklet can be viewed by clicking here.
Stockton Heath Community Recycling Centre
The Centre is currently open 10am to 4pm weekdays; 8am – 6pm weekends and Bank Holidays (April to September), 8am – 4pm (October to March). The site will be open every day of the year, except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Promote Stockton Heath is a new voluntary group of Stockton Heath businesses to help promote the village shopping area. Ideas and Action group - Contact Karen@pets-pantry.com
NEW - Conservation Area Shopfront Design Guide
The Parish Council encourages businesses to think carefully about their shopfronts and to promote high quality design standards across the village. We encourage anyone wishing to open a shop, make changes to their existing shop or place advertisements, to utilise this guide.
Keep up to date on Twitter
Find out the latest information on Stockton Heath with the village’s dedicated twitter feeds.
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Link to the online directory of youth services can be accessed by young people and providers of activities in the area are included in the directory.
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We were all very saddened last week to learn of the passing away of Tudor Pole. Although now retired, Tudor was a Stockton Heath Parish Councillor for many years. He worked tirelessly for the residents he represented dealing with many issues to improve the environment of our village. Even in retirement he was still active and helped persuade the PC to support the planting of trees on the bank of the brook to enhance the outlook on Chadwick Ave/Willow Drive.
Tudor’s main and lasting achievement was to start the Stockton Heath festival. Almost single handed, ten years ago, he convinced the PC it could be done and to provide the first grant of money to get the project moving to become what is now the major event of the year for the Village.
Just recently, Tudor was made an honorary Freeman of Stockton Heath to recognise his achievements. Tudor was a kind person and passionate for what he believed in. He was an inspiration to all who knew and worked with him. He will be greatly missed.
Peter Walker, Chairman, Stockton Heath Parish Council