In 2011, the Stockton Heath Festival attracted 12,000 visitors.
The original LEA primary school of 1910 was demolished in October 2008, despite a strong campaign to retain it, after a new school had been built adjacent.
There have been some excavations; more information is available at Warrington Museum.
Excavations of the large Roman industrial settlement in the suburbs of modern-day Wilderspool and Stockton Heath have unearthed a Roman mask, that one author suggests may have been an auxiliary fort.
Stockton Heath is a civil parish and suburb of Warrington, Cheshire, England.
It is located to the north of the Bridgewater Canal and to the south of the Manchester Ship Canal, which divides Stockton Heath from Latchford and north Warrington. Victoria Square is at the centre of Stockton Heath and is on the crossroads of the A49 and A56.
Stockton Heath is home to a number of modern bars and restaurants, as well as traditional public houses.
Sir William's troops were routed at the "Battle of Stockton Heath".
At the most recent borough elections, Laurence Murphy was elected the first Labour councillor to represent Stockton Heath on Warrington Borough Council.
Stockton Heath is also served by a parish council, comprising seventeen members, including the two borough councillors.
Stockton Heath is a multi-member ward within Warrington borough.
It is served by two councillors, currently Celia Jordan (Liberal Democrat Party) and Laurence Murphy (Labour Party).