Bignall End

Bignall End is a small village in North Staffordshire very near to Junction 16 of the M6 motorway.

Bignall End
Bignall End
Location within Staffordshire
OS grid referenceSJ808511
Civil parish
District
Shire county
Region
CountryEngland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townSTOKE-ON-TRENT
Postcode districtST7
Dialling code01782
PoliceStaffordshire
FireStaffordshire
AmbulanceWest Midlands
EU ParliamentWest Midlands
UK Parliament

It is a part of the Parish of Audley which comprises Audley (village), Bignall End, Wood Lane, Miles Green, Halmer End, and Alsagers Bank.

In Bignall End there is a Post Office, chip shop, barbers and a Londis. Most local shopping is done in Audley village, approximately 1 mile from Bignall End.

There are two public houses The Swan (or "the duck") located on Chapel Street and the Plough on Ravens Lane. Bignall End Working Men's Club has recently been demolished and has residential accommodation built on it. Audley Football club is also located with Bignall End.

In White's History[1] in 1851, Bignall End is described as having "a number of scattered houses and cottages, one mile E of Audley, and several collieries."

Cricket

Three England cricketers, Jack Ikin, Bob Taylor and Kim Barnett have played for Bignall End Cricket Club

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