Welcome to our website

This website is for the parish of Clunbury in South Shropshire in the UK. Through the site you can access the current and all the back issues of our newsletter ‘The Parish Post’. You can also find information about our Parish Council, Purslow Show 2015, the Parish Plan Review that is taking place and some of the events coming up in the near future. We are also trying to improve the photos, documents and videos pages but this is still work in progress. Use the tabs above to select which you want.

A previous incarnation of this website had a lot more content but became too large for one person to maintain, hence this drastically slimmed down version. Much of the old site is still available by following this link. If you would like to help maintain and develop this new version of the site please email tpp.org@gmail.com


5 thoughts on “Welcome to our website

  1. Interesting reading, many of the old names mentioned, I remember well. Clunbury Hall and the Morris’s, I used to call her granny Morris, she was my Father’s God Mother.Louise Morris was in love with my Grandfather Edward Brettell-Vaughan of the Cwm Hall, but he had married someone else. I spent most of my childhood in Clunbury, we used to borrow a green pushchair from the Meredith’s. I was christened in Clunbury church.

    • Hi Carole
      We live in Tansy Cottage and I have been trying to trace the cottages history and previous owners/occupiers. I know the Meredith’s once lived here, if you have any further information I would be interested to hear from you.

      Kind regards

  2. Laura Richards will be having a Macmillan Coffee Morning at Clunbury village hall on 25th September 2015.from 10-12pm.
    Please come along for a cuppa, slice of something nice , and a natter, to help raise money for a good cause.
    If anyone would like to donate a cake, all will be welcome.see you there.

  3. very good website would you have any pictures of my great grandfarther Mr James Harding who in 1861 ran the raven later called the pig and Whistle pub in Clunbury till he died in 1879 and is buried in Clunbury church yard his farther my grandfarther was the butler at heath house Jay and Heath Leiwtwardine Hereford Shropshire I know it is a bit mutch but would any body have any photos of the house hold staff from 1837 to 1850. thanking you once again for a very good informative website yours sincerely Victor H Harding

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