Wheaton Aston Parish Council
Wheaton Aston is a small village sitting about 9 miles south west of Stafford and 7 miles west of Cannock.
It is a picturesque and traditional English village which prides itself on its sense of community. Wheaton Aston is part of the parish which includes Lapley and Stretton set in beautiful rural surroundings.
In the 1830s Telford’s Liverpool and Junction canal, now known as the Shropshire Union Canal, was constructed to the east side of Wheaton Aston. Today the canal is a tourist attraction for those cruising through the area on the water and those looking for long lazy walks amongst lovely scenery.