Haunton lies on the River Mease, about seven miles north of Tamworth, one and a half miles east of Harlaston and one mile west of Clifton Campville.
No house is just a number. Every home has a unique name. Their names are:
Barnside, Barnslade House, Bramber Cottage, Bramble Cottage, Bydand, Byrtley House, Chapel House, Cleat Hill Farm, Crofters, Denby, Drovers, Elm View, Ferndale Barn, Ivy Dene, Glebe Farm, Grange Farm House, Hall Farm, Haunton Grange, Haunton Grange Cottage, Haunton Manor, Hollies, Manor Lodge, New House Farm, Oak Tree Cottage, Old Cliffs Barn, Orchard House, Ostlers, Pear Tree Cottage, Poachers Rest, 1 St Charles Cottage, St Edwards Cottage No1, St Edwards Cottage No2, St Mary’s, St Michael’s, St John’s Cottage No.1, St John’s Cottage No.2, St Joseph’s, Scrumpy Cottage, Slade House, Spinners, Summer Cottage, Syerscote No.1, Syerscote No.2, Syerscote Barn, Syerscote End, Syerscote Manor Farm, The Breach, The Dale, The Gables, The Presbytery, The Yews Farm, Twizzles Barn, Wakefield Croft, Watery Gate, Weavers, Wishbone Barn.
There is a Church in the village, a Church Hall, a letter box, a telephone box with no phone, two bus shelters but no bus service, an old peoples care home and no pub.
However, Haunton Village did win the 2018 Best Kept Village competition and TROPHY for the Lichfield and Cannock Area.