• synonymous with the village of Weston on Trent, many people from the surrounding area are familiar with the Coopers Arms and it's fabulous setting

  • St. Mary's Church, dating from the 12th century, enjoys a picturesque location on the outskirts of the village on a small rise overlooking the Trent Valley.

  • Book a Room in our Village Hall

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Latest News

Developers submit another proposal for 150 homes

Developers submit another proposal for 150 homes

Posted: Fri, 19 Jul 2019 21:06 by Weston Parish Council

Gladman are at it again and in spite of having their previous application rejected, are now trying again with an almost identical proposal for the same location.

SAVE are again coordinating efforts to resist the developers, your support in responding to the application with your comments directly is much appreciated.


Neighbourhood Watch update

Posted: Mon, 03 Jun 2019 22:54 by Weston Parish Council

We believe the person who committed the offences in the village recently has been caught based on information received via a villager. Unfortunately the Police DO NOT routinely inform us of any crime in the area, so often Neighbourhood Watch (NW) only find out about issues if the person affected contacts us, or via the village grapevine.In future we will endeavor to supply up to date local crime reports to the Parish Council, though please note that this info comes from the local Police Twitter feed.If you would like a NW meeting for the village residents, please comment here & we'll organise. Thanks.

Concerns about safety at Cuttle Bridge junction

Posted: Tue, 20 Nov 2018 20:10 by Weston Parish Council

Several residents took the time yesterday to attend our monthly Parish Council meeting to highlight their concerns about safety at the Cuttle Bridge junction.
The Parish Council support these concerns and will do everything possible to continue highlighting this issue to the County Council for resolution. Many feel that traffic lights are the only safe solution.
Unfortunately there will be no quick remedy as the costs are significant and the County Council (who are responsible for funding and providing a solution) have many other problem areas to consider and prioritise.
Our only option at this stage is to ensure we collectively apply as much pressure as possible on the County Council. Individual letters of concern are what matters so please do write in to share your concerns. Simply use your own words and be sure to focus your comments on the safety of the junction.
You should address your emails to your elected council representative, Neil Atkin and you may wish to copy our MP Heather Wheeler. Please also send a copy to the Parish Council:
clerk@westonontrent.com More »

Please contact the clerk at Weston on Trent Parish Council if you would prefer to send a hand written letter.

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