Little Sutton, Cheshire
Little Sutton is a village in north west Cheshire, England, located between Childer Thornton and Great Sutton. It is a suburb of the town of Ellesmere Port and part of the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester.
Formerly a township in the parish of Eastham in the Wirral Hundred, Little Sutton became part of Ellesmere Port civil parish in 1950. The population was 166 in 1801, 432 in 1851 and 1,109 in 1901.
Little Sutton is mostly residential and sits either side of the A41 road, linking Birkenhead and Chester. Little Sutton railway station is situated on the Wirral Line of the Merseyrail network. The 'Old Red Lion' public house, which was rebuilt in 1934 to replace a much older building, is located near the junction of Chester Road (A41) and Station Road (B5463).
Sporting facilities include Hooton Lawn Tennis Club, which was established in 1912 but significantly rebuilt in 1999 and now provides its members with four artifical grass courts.
|1||Liverpool||Chester||Cheshire Oaks, Ellesmere Port||Every 10 mins||Stagecoach||Quality Partnership|
|2||Liverpool||Chester||Hope Farm, Ellesmere Port||Every 10 mins||Arriva/Stagecoach||Quality Partnership|
|811/817||Leasowe||Broughton||Birkenhead||Every 1 Hour||Cumfybus|
|106||Little Sutton||Cheshire Oaks||Bus Station||Every 1 Hour||Arrowebrook||Sunday Only|
|6||Glenwood Road/Childer Crescent||Stanney Grange||Bus Station||Every 20 mins||GHA Coaches/Stagecoach||Extends to Childer Crescent on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays|
|359||Neston (Raby Park Road)||Ellesmere Port||Willaston (a.m.)/Ledsham Road (p.m.)||1 a.m. journey and 1 p.m. journey||Helms of Eastham|
|272||Neston Railway Station||Ellesmere Port||Willaston||Hourly||Helms of Eastham|
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- http://opendomesday.org/place/XX0000/great-and-little-sutton/ Open Domesday Map: Great and Little Sutton
- Cheshire Towns & Parishes: Little Sutton, GENUKI UK & Ireland Genealogy, retrieved 3 April 2008
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