What We Do
The Town Council owns and manages the Crown Meadow Nature Reserve situated between the River Trent, the Trent and Mersey Canal and Scotch Brook. In recent years this area has been greatly improved with the addition of a disabled friendly access bridge, new footpaths, small amphitheatre and two wetland scrapes, heavily planted with indigenous wild flowers.
There are two Community Centre’s run by Stone Town Council; Frank Jordan Centre and Stone Station Community Centre. Enquiries for both to Mrs Christine Parton on 01785 619740.
Frank Jordan Centre Lichfield Street, Stone, Staffs, ST15 8NA
Stone Station Community Centre Station Approach, Stone, Staffs, ST15 8ER
Stone Town Council own two allotment sites in Stone; one on Mount Road and one on Newcastle Road.
For enquiries regarding either site, please contact Mrs Christine Parton on 01785 619740.
Stone Town Council runs a successful market on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. In addition to this, there is a Farmer’s Market on the first Saturday of each month (excluding January) and a Craft & Collectables Market on the third Saturday of each month (excluding January).
For enquiries regarding the Market and the Craft & Collectables Market, contact Mrs Christine Parton on 01785 619740. For queries regarding the Farmer’s Market, contact Karen or Bev on 01785 245935.
Stone Town Council was set up in 1974 following the reorganisation of Local Government. It is the Parish Council representing the urban area of Stone.
It comprises eighteen elected Councillors, five representing St Michael’s Ward, five representing Stonefield and Christchurch Ward, three representing Walton North Ward and five representing Walton South Ward.
Council meetings are open to the public and are held in the Council Chamber at 15 Station Road, Stone.