Norton Canes Parish Council
Norton Canes is a village and civil parish on the southern periphery of Cannock Chase District, in Staffordshire, England. It is situated 3 miles (4.8 km) out of the centre of Cannock. At the 2011 census it had a population of 6,394 and an area of 3,746 acres (15.16 km2) of which 86% is green open space.
On our website, you will find information regarding the parish and its surrounding areas, including agendas and minutes, councillor details, local festivals and events, local news, and more.
We want to hear YOUR views.
WHERE do you want to see improvements?
WHAT new facilities do you think are needed?
WHO do you think we need to listen to?
HOW do see the future for the area?
WHEN do you think these changes should be made?
The Parish Council office re=opened as from the 10th August. Measures have been put in place to protect employees whilst recognising that the business of the Council should continue. For the foreseeable future we ask anyone wishing to visit the office to make an appointment which will enable the Clerk to manage the numbers of visitors to the office at anyone time. In terms of managing the risk in this pandemic situation a decision has been made that the toilets at the Parish Office will remain closed to the general public. Please contact the Parish Office on 01543 276812 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest News Posts
A vacancy has arisen for Clerk to the Parish Council. Please print off the documents below for information and application. Job description and person specification - click here Equal opportunities monitoring form - click here Application form - click here...
Saturday 19th March Session times: 11:00 - 12:00 12:30 - 13:30 14:00 - 15:00
The Lantern Parade took place on the 5th December which was a tremendous success with even more people attending and enjoying the parade. This is always a great start to the festive season and we will be planning to hold another event in December 2022. We try to...
Community litter picks are arranged on a regular basis, information can be found on Facebook and on the parish council website. Litter in the village is an ongoing problem that is difficult to contain and if you have any spare time and could help us we would like to...
Work on the new cemetery continues and currently in legal proceedings regarding a deed of easement re the access pathway leading from the old churchyard to the new cemetery site. One this legal process is completed the next steps are to apply to the Diocese for a...
Chance to have a say on village future People in Norton Canes are being given the chance to shape the future of their village by having a say on everything from community facilities to new housing developments. A series of questionnaires are available on the parish...