About

Harlaston is a small village located in the county of Staffordshire, England.  It is within the boundary of Lichfield District Council and has its own Parish Council.

In the centre of the village is St Matthew's Church.  Harlaston also has a public house, the White Lion, a post office and village hall

See our history page for further information on the history of the village. 

Harlaston Open Gardens


Harlaston open gardens is a biannual event.  Many residents open their gardens to the general public.  The last event was held in the 20th & 21st June 2009.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Best kept Village Award

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Harlaston has regularly entered the Best Kept Village competition over the years in the Lichfield /Cannock Small Village Category.  

" The competition is not about the prettiest village but deciding which village has involved its residents  - individuals, local organisations, all age groups  - and with a large slice of community spirit and involvement, has made it the Best Kept Village in its area, perhaps even in the whole of Staffordshire!" (www.staffs.org.uk)

The focus of the competition is community spirit, residents working together to maintain and improve the appearance, amenities and overall environment.  The preliminary rounds are in May and June.  The finals take place in July.

In 2009 the results for the Lichfield / Cannock Small Village Category were as follows:

1st - Edingale (Trophy Winner)
2nd - Harlaston
3rd - Haunton






Harlaston, Staffordshire