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
Stockton Heath has received the Purple Flag award for the third year in a row, congratulating
Stockton Heath on a safe yet vibrant evening trade. The Assessors and Accreditation
Panel commended Stockton Heath on numerous points - one for example:
The strength of resident support and their considerable involvement in the Purple
Flag entry was commendable.
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Stockton Heath Festival was held on 4 to 6 July 2014 - more information here.
Stockton Heath recently featured on Kirstie Allsopp’s - Kirstie’s Best of Both Worlds
on Channel 4 on 11 March.
2014. Stockton Heath village was praised in particular for its Purple Flag award.
Stockton Heath Parish Council wish to thank Connor Simpson for developing the new
website and to Lynn Pester for her previous involvement. It is hoped that the new
format is welcomed by all and any comments, please contact the Clerk. There is a
new retailers/cafes/restaurants page under construction - see ‘Places’.
A volunteer Working Party is meeting on Saturday 27 September to attend to some maintenance
issues at the Pit including cutting back the young suckers growing and remove the
ragwort and the tree saplings growing on the edge of the water. It has been suggested
that all volunteers meet at 10am at the notice board near the weir end of the Pit
at the entrance off Ackers Lane. If you are able to attend, please advise the Parish
Council 210558 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Could volunteers bring a pair of secateurs, gloves and a gardening bag to collect
waste. Appropriate clothing for the weather conditions and shoes/wellies are to
be worn. Councillors, Warrington Anglers and residents will be involved.