Welcome to the NEW Melling Parish Council Website. We hope that you find lots of information about the village. If you have any comments or suggestions on what you would like to see on the site please contact us. At present we are in the process of populating the site so please bear with us if there are gaps and omissions.
Melling is a semi rural village located between Aintree and Maghull. The Leeds-Liverpool canal runs through the village. The village was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Melinge. More information on Melling.
The Parish Council
The Council normally meets on the second Tuesday of the Month. There is not normally a meeting in August. Meetings are held in the hall of Melling Primary School (Wheeler Drive) and commence at 7:30pm with the opportunity for public participation.
Get out there!
There is loads to do out and about in Melling. From cycling to horse riding, jogging to walking and we've some great areas to explore.
Check out our Wild Flower meadow at The Delph on Rock Lane.
Historically, a part of Lancashire, its name originates from the Anglo-Saxon roots for "The homestead of Maella", (or Malla). Lying close to Liverpool, the area was first settled by Maella's family in the 6th century. A 'Headless Cross' is located in the Parish Church. More history