Stockton has many features that are representative of local history including St Michael's Church, that dates back to the early 1500s, and the local canal network (The Warwick to Napton Canal was opened around 1800).

Stockton also boasts the more recent Warwickshire Wildlife Trust's Reserve at Stockton Cutting, which is a butterfly conservation area. A series of walks known as The Blue Lias Rings are a very popular way of experiencing the village of Stockton and its surrounding countryside.

To see more information on this busy little village visit the Stockton Parish Council website