Stretton Parish Council
Welcome to Stretton Parish Council
Stretton is a large village on the outskirts of Burton on Trent in Staffordshire. Stretton Parish has a population of close to 10,000 residents. Stretton can boast residential, industrial and retail areas plus many green spaces, woodland walks and areas of interest.
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Meet The Councillors
Meet the Councillors, view contact information and the Councillor’s Register of Interests.
View and download recent documents including agendas, minutes and financial reports.
Signs indicating Stretton named footpaths have been erected and more background is available here.
The Big Burton Carousel Trail
Checkout information on the Event and the link to Stretton
Kindly researched and written by Councillor Pritchard
Jinny Trail Drainage Works
Drainage and landslip works have now been undertaken along the Stretton side of the Jinny Nature Trail.
Restoration of William Shrewsbury family graves
History enthusiast and Parish Councillor Elaine Pritchard became interested in William Shrewsbury after attending the Stretton school named after him. When she saw his grave in St Mary’s churchyard looking the worse for wear she asked the Parish Council if it could be restored as a tribute to a man who achieved so much in his 40 years as Stretton’s headteacher. That restoration work has now been completed. Here, Elaine writes about this remarkable man who was loved by generations of Stretton people for the start in life that he gave them.