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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.


Out and about with the Parish Ranger

The Parish Ranger has been out and about, covering the whole parish from Cranleigh Close, way out west to Cross Lane in the far east.   Have a look at the before and after pictures in the slide show to see what a difference he is making. Click on the cart.

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Next Meeting

Planning, Finance and General Purposes

7.30 pm


Stockton Heath Library

Alexandra Road

Stockton Heath


Tuesday 4 September 2018


Here on 29 August 2018

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


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.



What’s On

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

Stockton Heath Police have a Facebook page

You can follow them using this link:

Find out what your PCSOs have been up to and where you might be able to meet up with them for a chat about anything that is concerning you about your local area.

If it is an emergency however, do use 999, or in a non-emergency situation 101.

They also have a twitter feed:

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.

Warrington Borough Council are seeking your views on the SANDY LANE RECYCLING CENTRE

Click the link to take you to the online questionnaire:


Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return for year ended 31 March 2018

At this time of year the Parish Council submits its accounting statements to the External Auditor and members of the public have the opportunity to scrutinise the accounts and raise questions with the external auditor regarding the accounts.

Click HERE for the Notice of Rights and explanatory notes on how to exercise the Public Right to View

Click HERE for the Declaration of Status of Published Accounts

Click HERE for the report submitted to the External Auditor, called the Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR).

Promote Stockton Heath

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


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