Welcome to the Creswell Parish Council Website 

Creswell Parish Council covers the Parish of Creswell which includes Creswell Grove, Primepoint 14, Redhill Business Park and Marston Grange along with various properties within this area.

Creswell Parish Council are an active Council who work for the Parishioners to ensure that they are represented in relation to local issues, events and groups.

The Parish Council consists of 5 members plus their Clerk - current members will serve until the next election in approx. 4 years time. 

The Parish Council was established in 1858. Parish Councils are the first tier of local government and are able to bring local knowledge which larger, higher tiers of government may not always possess. 

 

Please visit the sections of our website which provide lots of local, useful information. If you have any issues please feel free to contact either one of your local Councillors or the Parish Clerk

 

Mission Statement

Our aim is: -

To represent the residents of Creswell Parish to the best of our ability.

To achieve this we will: -

· Endeavour to represent the legitimate views of all of the residents of the Parish and of the businesses operating therein and work to achieve the best outcomes for the Parish as a whole;

· Engage in discussions and dialogue with all appropriate parties, including Stafford Borough Council and Staffordshire County Council, in respect of all relevant matters where eligible and able to do so - and to act in a timely and professional manner.

The ethos of the Parish Council will be such that: -

· Creswell Parish Council operations, in carrying out its duties, will be undertaken in a non-party-political, non-denominational and non-discriminatory manner.

 

From wikipedia.org. 

"Creswell is a small village on the north-western edge of Stafford, the county town of Staffordshire, England situated on elevated ground above the wide floodplain and extensive marshes of the River Sow.The village, just to the west of the M6 motorway (junction 14), has a population of just a few hundred, although the parish boundary also incorporates the Primepoint business park on the other side of the motorway. The village also lies close to Doxey Marshes.The name Creswell is thought to come from Old English Cærsewella referring to the plant watercress (cærse in Old English and wella meaning spring or stream), meaning 'the spring where watercress grows.' A Neolithic polished stone axehead was found in a garden in Creswell in 1960, and about a quarter of a mile to the north-west are the ruins of an ancient chapel, or meeting house."wikipedia.org"

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