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Burton Tree Project

Stapenhill Parish is part of the National Forest and yet is not overly endowed with tree cover.  Burton itself has a much lower density of tree cover than many other towns in England. In order to redress this deficit in the Burton area the ESBC has initiated a scheme, known as the Burton Tree Project, which seeks to improve the overall tree cover. This will have the potential to improve air quality, enhance biodiversity, reduce the impact of climate change and make our urban areas a more pleasant place to live.  Volunteers are required to help with planting young trees as part of the Tree Project, and planting will take place adjacent to St.Peter's Church between 12 – 2pm on: Tuesday 25th & Thursday 27th February and Friday 6th March. For more information contact Paul Steed at the Greenhouse Centre, Stapenhill Road, Tel: 01283 508385.  


Parish Civic Award 2019

Councillors, after review of the nominations, have decided to present the 2019 Parish Civic Award to the Community Church on Main Street.  The date of the presentation will be announced shortly.


New Housing Development on Fivelands Allotments

A large part of the Fivelands Allotments has now been sold for Housing Development and full planning has been applied for, please see the planning part of the News section for further details.


Short Street Cafe Poster

Trent and Dove Housing Association have issued a poster for the Residents Meetings at the Short Street Cafe.  See the News Section for details.



Next Parish Council Meeting

For the date of the next Parish Council Meeting please see the Parish Council Meetings Diary in the Parish Council section of the site. Members of the public and press are very welcome to attend.

Stapenhill village has its roots back in Roman times, and in Anglo-Saxon times was a large parish with a church. Today a church remains and the village has grown. At Stapenhill Parish Council we are committed to ensuring the well-being of the local community, making it a safe and enjoyable place to live in.

As a Parish Council we are actively involved in many areas of village life including:

  • Improving the village in consultation with residents and the planning authority
  • Providing play areas for children
  • Supporting local community groups
  • Partnering with the police to safeguard the village from crime