Werrington is a village in the picturesque Staffordshire Moorlands, on the border of Stoke-on-Trent.  Up until 1974, Werrington had formed part of Cheadle Rural District Council, before amalgamating with Caverswall to form Caverswall with Werrington Parish Council.  Meetings were held in each area in alternate months.

In 1988 it was agreed that Werrington was now large enough to become a Parish in its own right and Werrington Parish Council was formed.  Throughout its history, Council meetings have been held on the 2nd Monday of each month in the function room at the rear of the village hall.

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Dangers of Unsupervised Open Water Swimming

Staffordshire Police are warning people not to swim in open water as they enjoy the warm weather. It follows a number of reports about people swimming in lakes reservoirs and other water sources over the past few days. Staffordshire Police

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Attempted Distraction Burglary

Staffordshire Police wish to inform you of an attempted distraction burglary that occurred in Endon recently. This could happen anywhere, so please ensure you keep your property secure and valuables out of view to passers-by. A general distraction technique is

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