Welcome to Newborough Village
This website provides information on local community groups and businesses in Newborough, East Staffordshire. It is run by volunteers and funded by the Parish Council.
Newborough is a beautiful, small, rural village and parish situated in East Staffordshire, three miles South West of Hanbury and eight miles West of Burton-upon-Trent. The parish, with a population of some five hundred residents and approximately 185 dwellings, stands in a narrow dale through which the River Swarbourn, a small rivulet, flows southward to the River Trent. Its eastern side is in the National Forest.
All Saints Church lies at the heart of the village, next to Needwood Primary School and opposite the Red Lion pub and the Old Baker's Cottage B&B and coffee shop. There is a well equipped children's playground, Riverbank Park.
Click here to view this village history, written by Joy Ellis and Jean Austin, originally published in 1994. Please note that the original village walks included here have since been updated and are available on the Parish Footpaths page.
RIVERBANK PARK IS OPEN
The equipment is not sanitised. Users play at their own risk.
Please stay alert and observe current Covid-19 Government Guidelines.
Take care to wash your hands after using the equipment.
Avoid touching your face.
Children should be supervised carefully to maintain good hygiene.
Stay 2 metres apart.
Do not enter the playground if you have any signs or symptoms of coronavirus
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic Parish Council meetings will take place remotely via Zoom until further notice.
Please email if you would like to join the meeting.
Dates for Your Diary
Forthcoming Parish Council meetings - all open to the public and held at 7.30pm in the Jubilee Room, All Saints' Church - on:
10th May (Annual Parish Meeting)
10th May (Annual Meeting of Parish Council)