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You can elect to receive the messages you see above free on your mobile.


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What is Twitter?

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Sutton and Langley in Wikipedia

Sutton and Langley in VistorUK

No14 Bus Timetable


See local bus route map


Your local weather forecast Radar pictures of approaching rain showers

Local Webcams

Higher Sutton

Cat & Fiddle Webcam A537, Derbyshire
Cat & Fiddle

Flash Bar Stores on the A54 Buxton to Leek road.


A website offering pictoral shortcuts to lots of local services and information

Reduce your carbon footprint; Explore the UK


Help and advice on growing fruit and veg, and buying Local Food



Local Places

ChurchesRecreationPubsBusinessesSchoolsEggs For Sale

View Sutton in a larger map


showing local sites.

The Parish Council

Anyone is invited to come and listen at the meetings and participate in particular in the Annual General Meeting in April.
Meetings on 2nd Thursday every month in the Church Hall, Church Lane, Sutton.

Download the Parish Plan October 2012

What is a Parish Plan?

Sutton Parish

Sutton extends over a large area divided into four wards:- Lane Ends, Langley, Lyme Green, and the Rural Ward.


Click the map to see a larger image or visit Cheshire East Interactive map pages .
(Select "Cheshire East and West Administrative boundaries" then "Parishes", and zoom in on Sutton)


You can also use the maps to report Highway Faults and Streetlight Problems here


See larger image of the Sutton Ward


Local Churches

Sutton St James Anglican Church - a useful resource for lots of village information .

Langley Methodist Church

St Edward the Confessor Catholic Church, London Rd. Macclesfield SK11 7RL


Local Businesses

Sutton Post Office The last post collection is 5pm except Saturdays 11.15am


Sutton Pubs

Local History


Sutton has had a surprising number of Churches over the years:-


  • Sutton, St. George (C of E). High Street. Built in 1822 as an independent chapel, but became a chapel to Prestbury in 1828, and the parish church for Sutton in 1835. Registers of Baptisms 1823–1997, Marriages 1835–1988 and Burials 1834–1937 have been deposited at the Cheshire Record Office.
  • Sutton, St. James (C of E). Built in 1840 as a chapel to St George, becoming a parish church in 1859. Registers of Baptisms and Burials from 1840 and Marriages from 1860 are held at the church.
  • Sutton, St. Barnabas (C of E). A chapel to St. George. Registers of Baptisms from 1938 are held at the church (no marriages or burials).
  • Sutton, Methodist Chapel, Hollin Lane (Wesleyan). Built in 1828.
  • Sutton, Methodist (Brunswick) Chapel (Wesleyan), Bridge Street/Mill Lane. Built in 1824, closed in 1986. Records of baptisms 1828–1966, marriages 1861–1983 and burials 1845–1959 are at the Cheshire Record Office.
  • Sutton, Methodist (Bourne) Chapel, Byron Street. Built in 1905(?), closed in 1960. Records of baptisms 1919–1959 and marriages 1906–1960 are at the Cheshire Record Office.
  • Langley, Methodist Chapel (Wesleyan). Built in 1858.
  • Sutton Lane Ends, Methodist Chapel (New Connexion).


History of Sutton Hall


History of Jarman Farm


History of Sutton Church


History of the Canal


Listed Buildings in Sutton


History of Cleulow Cross


The Sutton Common (Croker Hill) BT tower



Organisations and Services


Bus Service

No14 Bus Timetable

There is a regular bus service from Macclesfield to Sutton and Langley

See a map of local bus routes

For any bus or rail information ring the Cheshire Traveline number 01625 534850  -  7 days a week 8am to 8pm
or check the Cheshire East Public Transport website


Mobile Library

The excellent Poynton mobile library service visits Sutton and Langley on alternate Wednesdays.


Parent & Toddler

Normally 9.30 – 11 am, Tuesdays in term time in the Scout/Guide HQ
Contact: Lisa Horsefall, 01260 252177


Sutton st. James Pre-school Play Group

9 am - 12.00 noon Term Time in the Church Hall, Church Lane, Sutton
Contact: Rachel Reid, before midday on 07889 745766 or


Hollinhey County Primary School

Bell Avenue, Sutton Lane Ends
Headteacher: Janet Mott
Contact: The School Secretary, Rebecca Harrison, for full details 01625 383247


Scouts And Guides

There is a wide range of Scouting and Guiding activities in the area. Sutton boasts one of the most successful groups in the county.

Website, email:


Langley Village Hall

Contact: Viv Warringtom, 01260 252530, or 07818 296573,  Website

Post Office, General Store & Newsagent

Sutton Post Office,1, Tunnicliffe Avenue, Sutton
Contact: Adrian and Donna Whittaker 01260 252438


Walking Groups

Avoid football, shopping etc. Get fresh air and enjoy the countryside!
Join us on the 2nd Saturday of each month for a walk of approx. 8 miles.
Contact: Christine Smith 01260252594


There is also a slightly less strenuous Wednesday walking group which sets off from the St James Church Car Park
on the first Wednesday in every month. For full details contact: Barbara Finan 01260 252458


Sutton Ex-Servicemens Club


Rossendale Trust

Rossendale Hall, Hollin Lane, Sutton. Residential care for people with special needs incorporating a Day Service Centre.
01260 252216. Website


Langley Cricket Club

Cockhall Lane, established 1864. Matches Saturdays and Sundays and evenings during the summer. 
Callers welcome.  Contact Fred Slater 01625 420412 Website



There are a variety of other activities in the area. Please see the notice sheets and notice boards etc for further details. These activities include:-
Scottish Dancing, Yoga, Gentle Exercise, Bridge, Table Tennis, Sequence Dancing.