Burglary – be aware

West Mercia Police
West Mercia Police

The police are aware that there has been an increase in residential burglaries in Shropshire and are working hard to try and prevent them.

We are asking for resident’s help by making yourself aware of the following vehicles and to report them immediately if they are seen acting suspiciously in your area.

(NOTE: the images are stock images so are not the exact vehicles)

A blue Volkswagen Golf R estate with distinctive silver wing mirrors and silver roof bars


A green Toyota Landcruiser Amazon GX estate 


If you see either vehicle acting suspiciously in your area call 999 immediately and email DL-FShrewsburyProactiveUnit@westmercia.police.uk with any footage of the vehicles.

A41 closed 24 June to 22 July

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ROAD CLOSURE: A41 Tern Hill – Apple Tree Crossroads (Wistanswick area) to Tern Hill

START DATE: 24th June 2024

END DATE: 22nd July 2024

From Monday to Saturday 09:30 – 16:00

You can view the closure and diversion route by clicking here:


Should you have any queries regarding this closure, please call Customer Services on 0345 6789006, or contact the Street Works Team on streetworks@shropshire.gov.uk.

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The Fauls Singers Evening At St Peter’s

Entrance to St Peter's Church

The Fauls Singers concert at St Peter’s Church on the 18th of May turned out to be a great village event with some 50 attendees plus 30 from The Fauls Singers, a packed house.

There was a varied programme from a Beatles Medley to Puccini’s Nessun Norma to a fast hand clapping round of Hava Nagila, duets on the keyboard and a medley of Welsh Hymns.

The interval refreshments were generous platters of delicious homemade savouries accompanied by wine.  Chris Lewis gave the introduction and vote of thanks. Thank you to all who came to support and to all who helped to make the evening so enjoyable.

The interior of St Peters

Its hard to believe but its time for Coffee again!

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Yes, last Saturday in the month is this Saturday 25th May, and that’s Coffee Morning, 10.30-12 in the village hall.

There are always lush cakes, good conversation and the chance to find out a bit about what’s going on in the village or just catch up with friends.  

If you are new to the village, or you have neighbours who are new to the village, why not bring them along to the village hall.  You can be sure of a warm welcome and the chance to meet a few lovely people.  If you know someone lives on their own and may feel a bit anxious about coming along without some moral support why not offer to pick them up?  Its hard to walk into a room on your own so if you would like to come but want someone to meet you just ring Val Nash on 07814 071 254 and she will sort something for you.  

Look forward to seeing you there. 

Can You Spare An Hour For A Great Cause?

The Village Hall is putting on a brilliant event in aid of Hope House Children’s Hospice. Can you find an hour (just an hour) to support this event to help raise funds for this worthy cause. Every year Adderley support Hope House through a number of events (Carols round the village is one example). The Village Hall is looking for people to give an hour of their time to help with the June event in aid of this charity.

Help Support Hope House poster

Oh! We Do Love To Dress Up.

Picture of Village Hall

6th June this year has huge significance. It’s the 80th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings a tipping point in the Second World War. Here in Adderley we will be remembering and we will be celebrating this historic occasion.

Saturday 8th June, come as you are OR come as you would in the 1940’s (time for some of us to delve into the bottom of the trunk) and join us in Adderley Village Hall for supper, live music and celebration. Details below.

Poster for D-Day Event

Adderley Heritage Launch a HUGE success

What a day we had.  Between 120 and 140 people came through the door during the day, with a packed hall for the opening speeches from Paul Nash on behalf of the Parish Council, Val Nash, Chair of the Heritage Project, a message from Christopher Corbet who is the patron of St Peter’s Church and member of the Corbet family, now living in Moreton Corbet,   and the real star of the show Geoff Butter, whose collection is what the Heritage project is all about.  Funded by Heritage Lottery, the safety and accessibility of the Adderley Heritage is secure for generations to come.

People came from far and wide, who grew up, went to school or lived in Adderley, as well as many of the current residents who wanted to find out more about their home village.  It was a day filled with memories, exclamations and laughter as people went through the archive and found pictures of their younger selves, friends, family or their ancestors.   Discoveries were made such as the photograph from 1880’s showing live bears on the lawn at the old rectory, a village brass band playing at a fete in 1884, photographs and the story of the family who came to live in Adderley after the First World War after visiting their relative a soldier convalescing at Raven House.  So many treasures to capture and cherish.  

Geoff brought thousands of pictures, maps and books as well as press releases and much more, and people attending brought their own memorabilia for us to borrow or add to the archive to share with everyone via the website.   

A few pictures of the day and the trail signs.  If you haven’t already, you may want to take the Heritage Trail starting at the village hall and walking via Station Road to the canal and church.  Tell us what you think on the Heritage website www.adderleyheritage.co.uk and more pictures will be loaded onto the Adderley heritage website archive eventually as Saturday will be part of our history won’t it?