About the parish

Wall Parish Council serves the village of Wall, together with the hamlets of Chesterfield and Hilton, and parts of Muckley Corner, Aldershaw, and Pipe Hill.

Wall is situated just south of the City of Lichfield in Staffordshire and sits alongside Watling Street, a former Roman road.

The Parish Council

The Parish Council consists of seven locally-elected representatives and usually meets six times a year in the Village Hall. The Parish Council is supported by two Lichfield District Councillors and one Staffordshire County Councillor.

The two Lichfield District Councillors for “Hammerwich with Wall Ward” are:

The Staffordshire County Councillor for the area is:

A little history

The community of Wall goes back to Roman times when the Roman army set up a staging post and later a more significant presence in the area.  Part of the remains of this are still visible and the site is open to view free of charge every day (except Christmas day) from dawn to dusk.  The site is owned by the National Trust and is a Scheduled Monument under the care of English Heritage.

There is also a small site museum, staffed by National Trust volunteers, which contains artefacts from the area. The Museum is open between 11:00am and 4:00pm on the last weekend of each month and on certain bank holidays between March to October inclusive.