The Parish Council has an overall responsibility for the well being of the local neighbourhood. The work falls into 3 main categories:
- Representing the local community
- Striving to improve quality of life in the parish
- Delivering services to meet local needs
The council meets regularly and agendas and minutes are published on this website, as well as on the two parish noticeboards (Boar’s Head and Park Lane/Crewe Road crossroads). All meetings are open to the public, and participation is welcomed. During the Covid-19 pandemic, meetings have been held on-line but members of the public are still welcome to join.
Membership is by election every 4 years, but vacancies occur from time to time, and can be filled by co-opting additional councillors. If you are interested in becoming involved, then contact the Parish Clerk.
More information on the role of local councils can be found here.
Parish Clerk (main contact)
The map to the right is centered on the traditional heart of Hatherton, the crossroads between Park Lane, Hunsterson Road and Crewe Road. The centre of Walgherton is traditionally the Boar's Head crossroads. The map can be zoomed and shows roads, road names and public footpaths as well as some building names.
There is a historic map of the parishes on our Local History page which shows the parish boundaries in the early 20th century.