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!

Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Please click on the link https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response for the most up to date and latest information from UK Government

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Vicar’s Letter Easter 2020 – Covid19 Coronavirus

Updated 18 March: Services Suspended during Coronavirus Precautions on Archbishops’ advice, but Prayer available in Church, see https://www.facebook.com/allsaintsmadeley/photos/a.949576348405323/3350815404948060/?type=3&notif_id=1584627158845577&notif_t=page_post_reaction Letter: As I write, there is much uncertainty about the outbreak of the Coronavirus – nobody quite knows where it will impact … Continue reading

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Notice Under Local Government Act 1972 (Section 87(2)) VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that a casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the Madeley Parish Council following the resignation on 5th March 2020 of Deborah Rogerson Rule 5(2) of the Local Elections (Parishes and Communities) (England and Wales) Rules 2006 … Continue reading

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Vicar’s Letter March 2020

Of all the seasons of the year springtime is my favourite. As I walk Fin our dog, I love to see the new green shoots, the spring flowers and the blossom on the trees – all of which speak of … Continue reading

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Madeley Neighbourhood Development Plan Regulation 14-Public Consultation

To view the plan, hard copies together with consultation forms can be found at the following locations: The Madeley Centre, New Road, Madeley. CW3 9DN. Moss Lane Doctors Surgery, 65 Moss Lane, Madeley. CW3 9NQ Newcastle Library, Castle House, Newcastle-under-Lyme. … Continue reading

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Madeley Neighbourhood Development Plan-Regulation 14-Public Consultation

Madeley Parish Council, supported by the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group are launching the formal pre-submission consultation of the draft neighbourhood development plan. From Wednesday 12th February 2020 at 12 noon to Wednesday 25th March 2020 at 12 noon, Madeley Parish … Continue reading

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Vicar’s Letter February 2020

The Winter months can feel very tough (not to mention cold) and for some a tremendous struggle. But deep down, we all know that spring follows winter and new life IS on the way – not just for nature but … Continue reading

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Vicar’s Christmas Letter 2019

Looking for wise men and women! As the General Election draws near, it’s not just at the Nativity Plays that we are looking out for Wise People!  Our country badly needs wisdom and reassurance and … so do we! Life can … Continue reading

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The Offley Arms is Saved!

Fantastic news! The Offley Arms has been purchased by local Brewery Joule’s to refurbish and run as a pub.

This is great news for the village as we get to keep a pub in the centre by the pool, and with an established brewery (with a great reputation for beer and food) behind it, the pub is secured for a good many years ahead.

Read further details on the Joule’s Website!

The pub was very nearly sold at auction, and could have gone for development instead, but Joule’s stepped in with a direct purchase after seeing the level of community support for it.

The hundreds of survey responses online and in paper form showed just how much genuine support and demand there is in the village, and there are many comments with real affection for the pub and many memories in there.

Here’s hoping that the pub will be back and available soon, and of course it’s up to us as a village to use it again!

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