Welcome to Adderley Parish which is one of the largest in Shropshire stretching from Audlem in Cheshire to the border with North Staffordshire. This rural Parish with a small population has a vibrant agricultural base but sits within four miles of the market town of Market Drayton.
Adderley boasts beautiful, unspoilt countryside through which runs the Shropshire Union canal making its way through the Adderley locks to the Audlem flight on its way into Cheshire.
The Village has a grade 1 listed Church, St Peters, a village school and a busy Village Hall and championship Bowling Club.
Sitting in the north east of Shropshire, Adderley is served by mainline rail links in Whitchurch (11 miles), Crewe (10 miles) and Shrewsbury (20 miles) meaning that the cities of Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Cardiff and London are all within reach as are the associated major international airports. Access to the M6 and the M6 Toll is a 40 minute drive. The village is 40 minutes from the Potteries and Keele University.
Sitting in the North East of the county Adderley is part of the economic development area for the next iteration of the Shropshire Local Plan.
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These Organisations Are Supporting Adderley Village Hall