Haughton in Staffordshire is situated on the A518, 4 miles from the county town of
Stafford and 8 miles from Newport in Shropshire. It is a pleasant and thriving village,
surrounded by farmland.
Haughton Parish covers a wide area in the west of the county. It includes 2 commons,
Allimore Green Common and Dale Common, the track of the old Stafford to Newport Railway
line, now the permissive way known as the Greenway (part of Staffordshire County
Council’s Way for the Millennium), numerous farms and the hamlets of Brazenhill,
Whitecross, Shut Heath and Allimore Green.
Browse our pages and discover, as a resident or a visitor, everything our village
and parish has to offer.
Welcome to Haughton - ‘the town in the meadows’ Scroll down for Great Get Together
Haughton Parish Website was set up in 2009, in response to a consultation held during
the Parish Plan process. It included Parish Council business as well as recording
village events for residents and visitors. In 2016 a separate Parish Council website
was set up to take the regular postings of agendas, minutes and other paperwork.
In 2017 the original website was given a non-too-deep face-lift. All the content
is still available - it may just be in a different place. The Tractor Run and The
Olympic Torch can now be found under History. Information on the defibrillators
is now under Amenities.
Saturday 10th June
HAUGHTON’S GREAT GET TOGETHER
In memory of Jo Cox
Suzanne Potts and Haughton W.I. are organising a community event as part of the Great
Get Together inspired by Jo Cox MP who was killed on 16th June last year. Jo Cox
believed in the importance of community and that we should all celebrate what we
hold in common. Come along for a cup of tea or coffee and a piece of cake and catch
up with friends and neighbours old and new. We also hope to have some stalls for
you to browse and all profits will go to the community facility – Haughton Village
Call in for a cuppa and a cake!
Books, plants and nearly-new stalls
All profits in aid of Haughton Village Hall
COME ALONG TO HAUGHTON VILLAGE HALL AND SAY HELLO!