- Newton, Chester
- This article is about a suburb of Chester. See also Newtown, which lies just outside of Chester city walls.
Newton shown within Cheshire
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Newton is a suburb in the north-east of Chester, in the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. Including the locale of Plas Newton, the area is contiguous with Upton to the north and Hoole to the south.
Newton is made up of some privately owned residential properties, but mainly comprises a large council estate now co-owned with Cheshire West and Chester Council and run by Chester and District Housing Trust (C&DHT).
Local schools in the area include Newton Primary School and, in the independent sector, The Firs School.
Politics and Governance
Upton is in the City of Chester parliamentary constituency and is represented by Stephen Mosley MP.
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