Welcome to Styal Parish Council website

Over recent years the Parish Council has created numerous benefits to the various groups in the village. Grants have helped with projects at the Styal Primary School, Styal Tennis Club, Styal Sports and Social Club and the new Earlams Village Store.

Calling all Styal residents: Help us help you by being included in the Styal Parish Council database. Simply click here, complete the simple form including a note that you wish to be included on our mailing list, press Submit, then we will do the rest.

The Styal Book Exchange is now open! Find out more…

The Neighbourhood Plan

Styal Parish Council is developing a Neighbourhood Plan which will give Styal residents the power to shape the future development and growth of their area.

To find out more, and how Styal residents can contribute towards creating a successful Neighbourhood Plan for Styal Village, please click here

1983-clean-upWere you in the village in 1983?

The Annual Styal Village Clean Up is a tradition we are proud to have kept it up for many decades.
We found this old photo from 1983 – are you on there?

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Welcome

As a Parish we do have some unusual features, we are just south of one of the busiest Airports in Europe, we adjoin the busy towns of Wilmslow and Alderley Edge and yet we retain a really leafy ambiance surrounded by some very pleasant farm land including prize winning herds of cattle together with cereal crops and sheep to make Styal a quite unique location.

Styal-historyOur history dates back to well before 1780 but it was in 1784 that a mill was erected on the River Bollin and that Mill, in its significantly extended form, went on to provide work and homes for many of the Styal inhabitants  for many years with a Chapel, School and shops being added over the years. Amazingly all such are still in place and active to this very day. The short rows of two storied dwelling with cosy alleyways separating them are still thriving today and house many of our residents as part of the National Trust Site in what is now referred to as Quarry Bank Mill.

So, whether you are currently a resident or someone interested in our village, we hope you will find this web-site useful. Feel free to contact us, via the contact page, with any items, comments or issues that you feel are worthy of some action or consideration.

The paintings used throughout the site are by local artist Jacky Freeman. You can view more of her work here www.jackyfreeman.co.uk

The majority of the images used on this site are either by local photographers or kindly provided by Nick Kingn.gwking@yahoo.com.

click here to view current planning applications

click here to view current planning applications

click here to view current planning applications