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.

Latest updates

Precept Increase Statement

Please see a statement from the Parish Council, explaining the reason for the increase in the precept for 2024/25. 2024-25 Precept Increase Statement

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Improvements to Meigh Road Car Park

The Parish Council have received a grant to carry out improvements to the car park to Meigh Road Playing Fields.  These improvements will include resurfacing of the car park, new fencing and gates along the front entrance and improved signage.

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Are you interested in HELPING OUR COMMUNITY by cutting down on local crime? If so, your community needs YOU! The Parish Council are looking for an individual or a group who want to help reduce crime in the Werrington area.

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