Abbots Bromley Services

Abbots Bromley Surgery

For over 30 years Abbots Bromley Surgery has served the village and its surrounding area. In addition to the local team that includes three GPs, four nurses, dispensing technicians, administrative and reception staff there is a wider community health care team working in support.

More information about opening hours and the services provided is available on the Abbots Bromley Surgery web pages.

Surgery telephone: (01283) 840228

Bus services

Staffordshire County Council have brought together information about local bus services so that you can access it more easily and the following two links to the Staffordshire County Council web pages provide useful details about bus routes and timetables for our county.

Visit the County Council web pages and search for “bus services”, or go direct the list of services for Uttoxeter and Cheadle.

Mobile Library

Due to the Covid-19 virus, mobile library services throughout Staffordshire are presently suspended.

For the latest information visit the County Council web pages and search for “mobile library”.

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch logo Neighbourhood Watch is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention initiatives ever and is grounded in a partnership between the community, the police and other statutory agencies.

Neighbourhood Watch is not solely about reducing burglary or break-ins, it is about fostering and growing communities who care. Neighbourhood Watch aims to reduce crime and fear of crime.

Neighbourhood Watches are co-ordinated by local residents and supported by Staffordshire Police. A scheme can be of any size. Members pass on information about anything suspicious and in return the force sends messages via the Online Watch Link (OWL) to alert members of suspected local criminal activity. Alerts are sent by phone, fax, text or email and there is a website:, where members can view messages and information about their local area.

Abbots Bromley is served by the Uttoxeter & District Neighbourhood Watch and our local Neighbourhood Watch Community Engagement Officer is Dave Jones:


Police logo Abbots Bromley is part of the East Staffordshire Local Policing Team. Their area includes Burton and Uttoxeter as well as many other villages. Updates from the East Staffordshire LPT are available via Twitter.

Although there is a Police base at Abbots Bromley Fire Station in Goose Lane, this is not in continuous use as most of the local officer time is spent out and about. If you wish to speak to somebody there, then you must make a prior appointment.

Further information is available on the Staffordshire Police web pages.

For all non-emergency calls, ring 101.

Richard Clarke First School

Richard Clarke First School The Richard Clarke First School is a small, happy, friendly, rural community school located in the heart of Abbots Bromley village giving it an enviable rural environment in which to educate young children.

Five single entry classes mean no mixed age groups and a more focused curriculum. The school has enjoyed years of full subscription, which has left it with healthy finances meaning that its buildings, equipment and books are modern and up to date.

With an onsite nursery, offering wrap-around care, the transition from nursery to school is seamless, easy and natural for the youngest pupils.

Richard Clarke First School is a feeder to Uttoxeter’s popular middle school system and the academically accomplished high school, Thomas Alleyne.

For more information or to arrange a visit contact the school office on 01283 840206

See the school web pages at

Waste Collection

East Staffordshire Borough Council (ESBC) provides waste collection services for Abbots Bromley. Details of the collection schedule can be found on the ESBC web pages together with details of what materials can and cannot be place in each container type. You can download ESBC Collection Calendar 2020.

Staffordshire County Council provides a number of recycling sites including those at Rugeley, Uttoxeter and Burton. Information on their location and opening times can be found by searching for “recycling centres” on the County Council web pages.