The Parish of Sproston

800px-sproston_00021 The Parish of Sproston lying in the lovely Cheshire countryside, is predominately agricultural in nature, owner occupied farming being the main employment of its inhabitants. Therefore geographically it covers a large area of countryside, however it has a very small population

The Hamlet itself is situated just West of the M6 junction 18, the main populous living on the South side of the busy A54 trunk road leading to to the Roman town of Middlewich.

Not having a church, village hall, or shop it still has an excellent public house. The Parish Council consisting of five Parish Councillors and a Clerk hold at least four meetings a year at Ravensmore Farm, Broad Lane, Sproston.

Community Governance Review

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Cheshire West and Chester Council is undertaking a Community Governance Review of the parishes of Lostock Gralam, Nether Peover, Allostock, Byley, Sproston and Lach Dennis in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Act 2007. The purpose of the Review is to enable the Council to consider what (if any) changes to the existing community governance arrangements are required.

Community Governance Review Notice

Help with a Litter Pick!

The Parish Council are seeking volunteers to assist with litter picking duties. If you are interested in helping please contact the Clerk, Alan Hartopp on 01477 544229 or clerk@sprostonparishcouncil.org.uk