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Stockton Heath Parish Council
Stockton Heath

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 as a thriving village, with over 70 shops and thousands of residents.


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Next Meeting


Thursday 30 May 2019


Land Assets - 6 pm

Village Committee - 7.30 pm

at

Methodist Church

Heath Street Entrance


Land Assets Agenda

Village Agenda


Stockton Heath Parish Council

Response to the Preferred Development Option


You can read the letter and look at the detailed comments that the Parish Council have submitted to Warrington Borough Council in response to their proposals.


LETTER


APPENDIX


Air Quality Management Action Plan

Warrington Borough Council have been consulting on their plans for managing Air Quality across the borough.


Stockton Heath Parish Council’s response can be viewed here

Housing Strategy Consultation

Warrington Borough Council have been consulting on their plans for developing housing.


Stockton Heath Parish Council’s response can be viewed here.

Promote Stockton Heath

Promote Stockton Heath is a voluntary group of Stockton Heath businesses to help promote the village shopping area. Ideas and Action group - Contact Karen@pets-pantry.com


Census

Over 70 shops and over 6,000 residents…

for demographic details from the latest census (2011) click here


Walks around Stockton Heath

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.

Click here to see a list of items that are accepted


Sandy Lane Community Recycling Centre Consultation

Stockton Heath Parish Council’s response to the  here.

Did you know…..


That Stockton Heath Parish Council can support your organisation or community group by making a grant available?

See our grant making policy and application form

HERE

Consultation Responses



Warrington Borough Council are making changes to Bulky Waste Collection Service (sofas, white goods…)


Details, including how to book a collection date can be found here:

https://www.warrington.gov.uk/info/201079/bi ns_recycling_and_waste/2264/bulky_waste

BEFORE

AFTER

Great British Spring Clean – Saturday 30 March 2019









A group of eager litter pickers took to the streets of Stockton Heath on Monday 30 September to take part in the Great British Spring Clean.   Several local groups were represented,  including the Stockton Heath Methodist Church and Encore Productions, along with members of the public who had signed up to the event through the Keep Britain Tidy website, the umbrella organisation who spearheaded the campaign.   One group gathered at the Sandy Lane Centre and set out to track down litter to the east of the village centre, whilst another group joined the scouts and cleaned up way out west.    Quite a haul of rubbish resulted, which was satisfying.   However, the opportunity to meet each other and share a welcome cuppa after was also very welcome.   The next scheduled litter pick that the parish council will organise will be in October.   Anyone who has an interest in taking part in more frequent litter pick events is welcome to contact the clerk@stocktonheathpc.org.uk for details of community-led events.

The works to the War Memorial are now complete and the difference in the colours is quite marked.   From the green and slimy to the now rose coloured stone, the difference is quite remarkable.  

For a full list of Parish Council meetings from May 2019 to April 2020

CLICK

HERE