Details of local representatives
Member of Parliament - Stafford
Jeremy Lefroy M.P. (Website)
Jeremy (Con) was first elected for Stafford in 2010 and succeeded David Kidney (Lab)
Local Stafford Office
- Unit 15, Pearl House
- Anson Court
- Staffordshire Technology Park
- STAFFORD ST18 0GB
- Tel: 01785 252477
- House of Commons
- SW1A 0AA
Stafford Borough Council (Website)
Doxey - the area between the Greenway, the M6 and the Railway line
Castletown - the area on the west of the town centre
The ward has one councillor on the Borough Council (serving 4 years - last election 2019)
- 33 North Castle Street
- ST16 2EH
- Tel: 01785 244558, 07949 597125
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stafford Borough Services - Streetscene
"We are part of Stafford Borough Council's Environmental Health Service and are responsible for looking after Stafford Borough's public spaces and provide a range of services that enable you to live in a community that is clean and tidy."
- Tel: 01785 619 000
- Text: 07781 471 023
- Email: email@example.com
Staffordshire County Council (Website)
Doxey is currently part of the Gnosall and Doxey ward and the County councillor is
Doxey Parish Council (Website)
For number of years there was a campaign (supported by the Doxey Community Association) for Doxey to have its own parish council. Although Doxey was part of the Stafford town, this was possible if the area had a distinct identity and that there was a demand. In April 2004 the idea has been approved, by the Borough and County Councils and eventually by the government.
In 2005/6 The Parish Council was established.
One of its first actions was to commission a Parish Plan which would set out some of the options for Doxey. Mike Turner led the team that produced the first plan in 2007.(For details of the 2007-2012 plans click here.)
In 1917 Doxey became part of the Borough of Stafford having previously been part of Seighford parish. The area to the west of Greensome Lane remained in Seighford. The two sides of Greensome Lane were in different authorities (the boundary stone can still be seen near the bus shelter)
In the 1973 Local Goverment reorganisation the new Stafford Borough was formed from the old
- Stafford Borough Council
- Stafford Rural District Council
- Stone Urban District Council
- Stone Rural District Council
with Doxeyfields in Seighford and Doxey in the Stafford Tillington Ward.
In 2003 the M6 became the effective town boundary so now all of Doxey is in the same ward.