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Local Commissioning for Church Stretton

 
Why not drop-in to the SHI on 4th June to get the most recent updates on Local Commissioning proposals in Church Stretton.
 

Town Wins Award for Partnership Working

 
The Town Council was recently presented with the ‘Jan Snell Award’ at the Shropshire Association of Local Councils AGM.  The award was presented for our partnership work to develop an action plan in respect of dog fouling and litter in the...
 

Eaton Manor scoops prestigious award for 2nd year running

 
Eaton Manor Rural Escapes was delighted to once again scoope a Bronze award in the Self Catering Holiday Provider of the Year category of the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence - the only finalist to be recognised 2 years running.
 

Welcome... to the Church Stretton Town website

 
Church Stretton is an historic Market Town situated in the heart of the South Shropshire hills on the English/Welsh border known as The Marches. It is the only town in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is renowned...
 

History

 
The earliest signs of civilisation around Church Stretton are found in iron age hillforts (e.g. Caradoc and Bodbury), but Church Stretton as a settlement has its roots in the post Roman era. It started as an Anglo-Saxon settlement near Watling...
 

2015

 
Town Council meetings are held at the Silvester Horne Institute and are open to the public.  All COUNCIL meetings commence at 7.00pm (unless otherwise stated or agreed by Council at a previous meeting), with a 15 minute Open Session allowing...
 

Top Tips for Walking in Winter

 
What to do so you will stay dry, warm and safe yet still have fun in the Shropshire Winter walking requires a great deal more kit than the same outing in summer. It's usually a longer and more strenuous expedition, mainly because there is more...
 

Public Consultations

 
The Town Council provides opportunities to obtain views of the Public at each Town Council Meeting. Where topics are considered to be of much wider concern, additional arrangements are made and consultation opportunities are provided. Topics...
 
 
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