Welcome to norton-green.com
Our site is full of information about Norton Green Village Community and the surrounding areas in and around the Parish of Norton le Moors, Staffordshire.
Norton Green village is situated on the most Easterly side of Stoke on Trent on the B5051, bordering the Staffordshire Moorlands in the Trent Valley.
Retaining its charm and character through all the obvious changes of modernisation, Norton Green offers a tranquill retreat from the hustle and bustle of busy modern life.
Our website is a record of these changes and reflects village life from its early beginnings to what it is today.
To keep up with recent updates to the site please use the links below:
- E-Book - Foaming Quart Darts Team 1970's
- Recipes - local fodder
- Ancestry - norton green villages ancient ancestry
- Community Garden - our Community Garden success in Norton Green village
- Flora & Fauna - by local Wildlife observer/author Phill Kettle
- Norton Green Noticeboard - local news & events, messages etc
- Residents Association - new Chairman elected
- Guestbook - recent additions
- Gallery - norton green village photos
- Private Tom Mellor - local man Tom Mellor and his story through WW1
- Sir William de Mere - our first lord of the manor of norton le moors
- Community Police - upto date info norton green, ball green & norton le moors
- Norton Green Old Hall Farm - manor house to lords of norton le moors
- Live the Dream! - SCUBApursuits Diving Centre
Now entering its 4th year, the site is sponsored through local business, to which I have had yet another great response! So a huge thank you to existing and new sponsors who have helped support our community website for another 12 months!
Links to local business are available throughout the site including links to their own websites if they have one.
Supporting your local community and business gives you choices and a voice, working together helping to keep everyone informed and involved ... more
If you are interested in sponsoring norton-green.com then please get in touch ...
Norton Green website was launched 26th December 2005 and has been on-line now for 7 years, its popularity has steadily grown to receiving on average over 4,000 hits a month and extends globally as well as nationally. Popular with locals and ex-pats of Norton Green from all over the world including Canada, America and Australia!
The website is designed, built and maintained by local resident and amateur photographer Belinda Moore, who works alongside local residents and anyone who would like to contribute, research and record content for the website.
Recently redesigned in keeping with current design and web technology trends, our website has evolved into what it is today and continues to grow taking you on a fascinating journey throughout the ages of Norton Greens history.
Our ancient village is the "First Village on The River Trent"and once was an industrial place. The Cockshead Colliery, the Lime Kilns and Norton Green Iron Foundry that all gave employment and supplied housing in the village - to discovering the Lords of The Manor, and not forgetting the local farmers who have shaped the village from its early beginnings ... more
Read all about the River Trent as it passes through the very heart of Norton Green Village ... more
On Trent Project
An nationwide project involving the Trent is available online and is called - OnTrent: Action for Wildlife, Landscape and Communities in the Trent Valley.
It offers all sorts of information and funding to communities along the River Trent. The site is well worth a visit and can be accessed by clicking here
Norton Green also played its part in the very beginnings of Primitive Methodism as much as Mow Cop along with Hugh Bourne and his followers ... more
If you are unable to find what your looking for try the SiteMap where you can find all the pages on the site in one easy go ... more
New additions to the site are works in progress, so not all links are available just yet, but give you a taste of what is to come. With current projects most are complete which leaves around 30% of all works in progress 85% complete … so please check back often!
We have had many requests from locals and ex-pats from Norton Green researching their family trees, so to this end our newest addition to the site is our Guestbook.
Our GuestBook is for you to leave a message or to find your Ancestors from in and around Norton Green Village ... more
New additions to our ancestry pages have been added ... more
Our Gallery is open with a great new collection of images from in and around Norton Green.
Got any photos that you would like to showcase then please email ... Site Editor
We are always on the look out for more content for the site, so if you would like to contribute please contact … Site Editor
If you would like to join our mailing list to keep ahead of updates as they are published please email ... Site Editor
norton-green.com would like to thank everyone in and around the community who have already contributed and continue to support this village community website.top