Welcome to this web site which is all about the small
village of Shawbury in Shropshire and what goes on there.

It contains information on upcoming events, local news,
history, local attractions and places to visit.

It also contains the web version of the Shawbury news
which has monthly details in it.

The Buzz In

The Buzz in is a Tuesday morning cafe session open from 10.30 - 12.00 p.m.

There are things to do and it is an ideal place for young and old alike.

The atmosphere is very friendly and people new to the village are welcome to come and get to know some of the villagers.

Shawbury Parish Council Website

There is a website which gives details on the Shawbury Parish Council.

It includes information on parish councillors, the Shawbury moat, budget, parish plan, meetings and policies.

www.shawbury-pc.gov.uk

Air Cadets in Shawbury

The Air Cadets are not a recruiting organisation but a youth organisation which is sponsored by the RAF.

It is open to young people between 13-20 years old (girls and boys).Air cadets can enjoy flying and gliding and can fly solo at 16 provided they pass the relevant courses.

There are many other opportunities for the air cadets as well.

Please visit the air cadets website at:

https://www.raf.mod.uk/aircadets/


Walking for Health

The walking group meets every Monday at 10 am starting and finishing at the Shawbury Village Hall.

The walks usually take 45 minutes. There are also refreshments at the hall afterwards.

Everybody is welcome, new and old walkers.

History of Shawbury Book

Over 20 years ago Mrs Evelyn Lea researched local history to produce a booklet called 'Shawbury - the Village and its People'.

1,000 copies were printed with a further 200 copies
ordered following its initial success.

This website has received some enquiries from people researching their family history, so the time seemed right to reproduce the original.

Please also see the History of Shawbury link on the left hand side menu.

It is 6 pounds including postage & packaging

It has 53 pages and has chapters including: Early history, charities, village trades and industries, entertainment, amenities, interesting homes,
schools, characters, childhood memories, surrounding hamlets, RAF Station and families.

If you are interested in purchasing the Shawbury Book please email us using the graphic below:

Click here to email us about the shawbury book

Whats New on the Web Site

On the web site this month we have the latest newsletter which
includes articles on forthcoming events, community information and much more.

To view whats on this month view the latest newsletter using the
menu on the left hand side

If you are using Windows 10 then you are best to use microsoft edge to view this website so that the pdfs can be opened correctly.

Last Updated: 01.09.2019