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Preston Brook Parish Council is a democratic unit with an active Parish Council that has eight elected members who assemble for eleven Full Council meetings each year. Preston Brook is a civil parish in the borough of Halton, a unitary authority in the county of Cheshire in North West England.

The Council works in the community with various groups, giving a voice to residents and ensuring the Parish continues to flourish by supporting activities, responding to and commenting on planning applications, addressing concerns of residents, and lobbying for improved crime prevention measures.

The Bridgewater Canal runs from Manchester through Preston Brook where it divides into two branches. One branch leads to Runcorn where it used to join the Manchester Ship Canal, and before that the River Mersey, while the other branch joins the Trent and Mersey Canal at the Preston Brook canal tunnel.

 

The Parish Council aims at all times to improve the quality of life for residents and residents are encouraged to attend meetings. 

Preston Brook Parish Council,

Preston Brook Village Hall,

Sandy Lane,

Preston Brook,

Runcorn, Cheshire,

WA7 3AW.

Email: clerk@prestonbrookparishcouncil.gov.uk