Churton Parish Council -District

Churton History

Situated east of the River Dee, the Cheshire village of Churton is nestled between the villages of Aldford and Farndon. The village was historically divided into two townships known as Churton by Farndon, and Churton by Aldford. Now a village with its own parish boundaries, Churton is divided by the main access route of the B5130. One of Cheshire’s 96 conservation areas, the village contains a number of listed buildings. The White Horse public house (currently closed) is a popular refreshment stopover for ramblers and cyclists. More detailed information on this historical and picturesque village, can be found via the following link: Click here…

Churton Parish Council

Churton Parish Council consists of eight elected residents of Churton. Each councillor is elected annually via local ballot. The Parish Council meet bi-monthly on the first Tuesday of the month. Meetings take place at 8pm in Churton Village Hall, all Churton, where residents are invited to attend each meeting. The agenda for meetings will be posted prior to each meeting, on this website and the Village Hall notice board. The resulting minutes will also be posted on this website and the Village Hall notice board.
Village residents are encouraged to contact their Parish Councillors with any issues pertaining to the village. All Parish Councillors can be contacted via the Parish Clerk. Please click here to view the ‘Contact Us’ website page

Map shows the Cheshire village of Churton.