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Welcome to the website of Audley Rural Parish Council

Welcome to the website of Audley Rural Parish Council which contains information about the Parish Council, the Councillors, the area it covers, Council meetings, minutes and agendas along with other useful information.  If you have any comments to improve the site or pictures of the Parish that you would like to see on the website, please send to the Clerk at

The Parish of Audley is the largest in area in the District of Newcastle-under-Lyme, covering some 2717 hectares.  The Parish has a population of around 7988, and comprises 7 distinctly separate villages and many small hamlets.  The council consists of 15 members and has one employee, the Parish Clerk.

Dog Fouling continues to be a major problem in some parts of the Parish, especially the children’s play areas … if you know who is allowing their dog to foul, please report them.


 **NEW FROM JANUARY 2013** 1-2-1 Parish Councillor surgeries will now be held at 6.30pm, prior to the start of every monthly Council Meeting.  Details of the next meeting’s date, time and venue are contained on the Agenda page – generally it is the 3rd Thursday of every month.   It is advisable to make an appointment beforehand with the Clerk.

Police/Parish Liaison drop in sessions will be held on the THIRD Wednesday of every month starting at 9am – Audley Community Centre, Nantwich Road, Audley.  It is worthwhile checking the Staffs Police website first to make sure it has not been cancelled.

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