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Welcome to Silverdale Parish Council’s website – launched in September 2015. We would love to hear your comments on this new website and ways you think we can improve it. We are always happy to receive quality photos of Silverdale Parish to include on the website – if you have any to share, please send to the Parish Clerk.
Silverdale Parish contains a large village steeped in coal mining history and is located just over a mile or so from the Town Centre of Newcastle under Lyme. It is within the Borough of Newcastle under Lyme in Staffordshire and the Census 2011 statistics show it has a population of 3600 approx residents living here and 1600 houses.
The Parish Council is a non-political organisation and by most parish council standards is relatively new, being formed in 2002. Its primary focus is for the benefit of all who live and work in the parish of Silverdale.
This website provides information about the Parish Council including contact details for its ten members (elected in May 2018), the Parish Clerk, minutes of previous meetings, agendas and dates for forthcoming meetings, financial and policy information, its assets and responsibilities, and general news relating to Parish Council matters. Please click on the relevant pages for further details.