Norton Canes Parish Council
Norton Canes is a village and civil parish on the southern periphery of Cannock Chase District, in Staffordshire. It is situated 3 miles (4.8 km) out of the centre of Cannock.
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 2001 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.
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
The Parish Council are planning to hold its annual Lantern Parade on Sunday 6th December 2020. This all depends on the COVID-19 situation at that time and government guidelines. If the event can take place we will be looking for the parade to take the same short route...read more
UPDATE The Parish Council are still taking forward the new cemetery on land adjacent to the churchyard at St.James Church. This has been a very long process with a number of barriers that we have had to resolve. Planning permission was granted on the 4th March 2020...read more
UPDATE Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Best Kept Village Competition was cancelled for this year. This was disappointing as the Parish Council had already made plans for our entry and were looking forward to taking part. We continued with most of our tasks that we...read more
Due to the issues relating to the Coronavirus and in the interests of public safety including that of our staff it has been agreed that the Parish Office will be closed for the foreseeable future for face to face contact. Parish Council meetings for March and April...read more
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic a decision was made to not hold the Annual Parish Assembly and the Annual Meeting of the Council in 2020. These meetings will not now be held until 2021. The roles of Chairman and Vice Chairman will continue until 2021 but this...read more
Have you shared your thoughts on issues affecting our village? As we write our Neighbourhood Plan for Norton Canes, it’s really important you have your say and tell us what’s important to you! If you’re unclear on what the Neighbourhood Plan is and what it will mean...read more