Wolverton & Greenleys Town Council (WGTC) represents around 12,500 people throughout Greenleys, Hodge Lea, Stacey Bushes, Stonebridge, Old Wolverton, Wolverton Mill and Wolverton. Our community is a proud and varied one with an interesting history. The town of Wolverton, originally known as Wolverton Station, is a Victorian railway town and dates back to 1838.
The purpose of the Town Council is to represent the interests of the local community by providing appropriate assistance and to support established and new initiatives that will be of benefit to the parish, its residents, businesses and visitors. You can read more about the work of the council and what we are responsible for on the Your Town Council page.
There's lots to do in our parish, visit the What's On section for more information about community events such as the Scarecrow Festival and Fireworks Display. If you are wondering what youth groups or clubs are available for your child, visit our Young People page to find out. Alternatively, if you'd like to find out about the numerous sports clubs in the parish, the town band and more, visit our Clubs and Associations page.
You can view the services we offer such as: grants, allotments and the hiring of community venues Hodge Lea Meeting Place and Stacey Bushes Meeting Place, by navigating through the tabs at the top of the page.
For the latest WGTC updates and general parish news, please read the latest copy of our community magazine or visit the Latest News page. You can also follow us on social media by clicking on the icons to the right of the search bar.