Welcome to Marchington
The Parish of Marchington and Marchington Woodlands covers an extensive area.
Marchington is a small, attractive village in East Staffordshire, England. It lies between the towns of Burton upon Trent and Uttoxeter, not far from the banks of the River Dove. In many ways it is an idyllic English village.
Residents have a strong sense of community and there are good facilities including a Village Hall a primary school, a Community Shop, a church and three pubs. As well as the main part of the village, Marchington extends to the east to an area of houses known as Forestside and to the west to include Birch Cross.
Marchington Woodlands is spread out over an area of around 3 miles. There are two areas called Scounslow Green and Gorsty Hill. The area around Marchington Woodlands is undulating and there are large wooded areas and forests. The area extends SW from Marchington to the distance of three miles.
Marchington Woodlands has a Church and a Village Hall but consists mostly of farms and properties in a lovely rural setting.
Marchington Parish Council
The Parish Council Meeting will take place on Tuesday 10th February 2015 at 7.30 p.m. in Marchington Village Hall.
1. Presentation by Mr Ben Williscroft, ESBC re Conservation Area Appraisal Consultation
2. Apologies for Absence
2. Minutes of Last Meeting
3. Matters Arising from Last Meeting
5. New Correspondence
6. Payment of Accounts
7. New Business
Members of the public and press are invited to attend and may speak with the permission of the Chairman.
Cllr B. Darby