Sutton Weaver

Parish Council

Sutton Weaver is a small village and civil parish situated between the towns of Frodsham and Runcorn on the A56, it is part of the Marbury Ward in the unitary authority of Cheshire West.

The “Weaver” affix comes from the river Weaver and may have been first added when the railway station opened in 1869, to avoid confusion with another village called Sutton in Cheshire East.

Sutton Weaver has approximately 220 houses.

The Sutton Weaver Swing Bridge is situated on the A56 between the village of Sutton Weaver and the town of Frodsham. The present bridge was constructed in 1926 and is a vital transport link across the river Weaver.  The 90-year-old bridge, which carries an estimated 20,000 vehicles per day, had major works to upgrade it in 2014, at a cost in excess of £4.5 million.

The Famous “Danny” the SS Daniel Adamson is moored by the Sutton Weaver Swing Bridge from Easter to late September.

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