Parish Details.

Norbury is a village in the Borough of Stafford in south west Staffordshire, England.  It is situated approximately 4 miles north east of Newport in Shropshire, just south of the A519 and 2 miles south east of Woodseaves.

The village gave its name to Norbury Junction about one mile to the south east.  At one time (1835) this was  junction between the main Birmingham and Liverpool canal, later to become part of the Shropshire Union Canal and a branch stretching south east through Newport to link to the Shrewsbury canal.

The English poet, Richard Barnfield (1574-1627) was born in Norbury

Parish Clerk:
Jayne Cooper:
jaynecooper@sky.com

Parish Councillors
Andrea Evans:
andrea@highgorse.co.uk
Peter Turnock:
peterturnock@btinternet.com
Arthur Palmer:
oultonhouse@sky.com
Keith Stubbs:
keith@keithstubbsbuilders.co.uk
Peter Rushton:
rushton705@btinternet.com
Kevin O'Boyle:
kevin_oboyle@btinternet.com
William Marginson: 01952 811416

Stafford Borough Councillors
Mike Smith           01785 280648
Patrick Farrington 01785 824162

Staffordshire County Councillor
Mark Winnington   01785 822224

Norbury Parish Council
Notice Board
  Norbury Parish Council has been considering ways to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee.
  In line with nationwide plans for the Big Jubilee Lunch, it has been decided to organise a village picnic
  on Sunday 5th June at 2pm
to be held on the field next to the Village Hall.
  Parishioners are invited to attend, bring their own picnic and refreshments, and enjoy this momentous occasion.
  Some tables will be provided but residents are asked to bring their own chairs or picnic blankets.
  Further information will be published nearer the time.