Welcome to the Madeley Village Website

This site aims to collect all of the village information together in one easy to find reference, as well as providing a place for the village news and events to be posted!

About Madeley

Madeley is a village just inside Staffordshire, between Crewe and Newcastle-under-Lyme, and is on the border between Staffordshire and Cheshire (and close to the Shropshire border too!)  It is closest to Newcastle-under-Lyme, and is within the Staffordshire council area and with Stoke-on-Trent area codes (01782), yet it has Crewe (CW3) postcodes!

Madeley High School Open Evening: 1st October:

On Wednesday, 1st October, Madeley High School is holding an open evening for prospective parents and their children to tour the school and meet with pupils and staff. Choose to meet the Headteacher in the Hall either at 6.00pm or … Continue reading

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Madeley Practice Patients Fund: 9th October:

Charity night and auction, With entertainment by Steve Hayes and Les Hunt of ‘Barflys’, And a buffet too!!! All for the price of £12-50 Thursday, 9th October, 7-7.30pm The Sheet Anchor, Baldwins Gate For tickets ring 751298, Or from The … Continue reading

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Madeley Post Office: Consultation on proposed move to new premises and branch modernisation

The Post Office is currently consulting with local people re the above. The proposal is to relocate from the current site to One Stop Store Ltd, Newcastle Road, Madeley. Posters and leaflets are on display in the the branch to … Continue reading

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Litter Pick: Saturday, 27th September:

at 10.00 am at The Greyhound – one hour or so litter picking around the centre of the village. Please join us – why not try one to see if you like it?

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Minutes of last Tidy Group Meeting:

Madeley Tidy Group Minutes of Committee Meeting on 8th September 2014 Present: Alan Woodhouse, Chris Machin; Sue Machin; John Berrington, Andy Capewell, Anne Shaw Apologies: Chris Wright , Roy and Helen Dutton, Isobel Hughes, Ricki Williams Minutes o f 7th … Continue reading

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Rededication of The Monument; 11th Nov:

At 10.30 at The Monument By the Rt. Rev. Bishop of Stafford, Geff Annas. Refreshments afterwards at The Madeley Centre.

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Madeley Parish Bible Study Group; Sept 1 & 15; Oct 6 & 20; Nov 3 & 17; Dec 1 & 15:

This group meets twice each month, on the first and third Monday evenings, starting at 7.30pm and aiming to finish at 8.45pm with a cup of tea or coffee. It is an open group, and everyone is warmly invited. The … Continue reading

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Madeley Christian Fellowship: Sept 5 & 19; Oct 3& 17; Nov 7 & 21; Dec 5:

The Fellowship meets at 2.30pm in the Poolside Methodist Church every 1st and 3rd Friday, for a short worship service followed by refreshment and chat. You are most welcome to attend. Please feel free to invite friends to come with … Continue reading

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Are you keen to grow your own fruit, veg and flowers but don’t have the space at home? Why not consider renting an allotment from Madeley Parish Council in Furnace Lane? The rates are very reasonable. For further details please … Continue reading

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The Meadows Primary School: new website:

We have launched our new website which provides an insight into life at The Meadows. Each class has its own blog,where teaches provide weekly updates on what the children have been learning and any particular interesting events. We have had … Continue reading

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