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Link to Rural Housing Spotlight

Adult Social Care

Let’s Talk Local appointments available from Shropshire Council’s Adult Social Care team in Craven Arms and Church Stretton.


Let’s Talk Local appointments are available for those people who need support from our Adult Social Care team at the Council and their needs cannot be met through resources available online or guidance over the telephone. More information on the sessions is available on our website shropshire-choices/i-need- help/getting-the-help-you- need/lets-talk-local-sessions/




Link to Craven Arms newsletter

Link to Craven Arms Newsletter


National Flood Forum

The Facebook page also has a closed group for discussions, linked from the main Facebook page

Paul Cobbin

Chief Executive

National Flood Forum

Old Snuff Mill Warehouse

Park Lane



DY12 2EL

(  0777 3355 181

(  01299 403101



Supporting and representing flood risk communities

Shropshire Community Directory

Shropshire Community Directory


14th October 2019

Please find attached some explanatory information about the Shropshire Community Directory, including the URL for our home page and a copy of our logo.

The Directory can be found at:

The Shropshire Community Directory


The Shropshire Community Directory is an online database containing up-to-date information on a vast range of community groups, clubs, societies and organisations, which are based in, or serve, the local communities around Shropshire and its borders. 


The Community Directory is managed by Shropshire Library Service on behalf of Shropshire Council, and currently hosts approximately 3,400 entries, which are reviewed on an annual basis to check that the information contained within each record is accurate and up-to-date.


The Directory includes information on:

  • art, drama, and music,
  • benefits, disability information, grants, charities
  • community transport, community venues,
  • environment, history and heritage
  • fund-raising and aid
  • health and care information, self-help groups
  • hobbies and leisure activities
  • home care providers, day centres
  • parish and community news, parish magazines, community newsletters
  • sport and fitness activities, walks and Walking for Health, sports clubs and organisations, leisure centres
  • volunteering opportunities.

Lynn Ford

Community Directory Officer

Shropshire Library Service

Shropshire Council

The Annexe

The Shirehall

Shrewsbury  SY2 6ND


'       01743 255305





Shropshire Larder

Shropshire Larder ( is the most comprehensive directory of services for people living in Shropshire on a low budget. It has information on how to access a foodbank or community food project, and how to eat well on a budget. It also covers how to get support with benefits, housing, and debt.  

  • Follow us on social media – Please follow and share  
  • Facebook: @ShropshireLarder and @ShropFoodPov 
  • Twitter: @ShropLarder and @ShropFoodPov  


Sign up to our newsletter to keep up to date on the situation and the support available. To subscribe click here 


We always welcome your feedback and ideas on what should be included and how we can spread the word.  

St Peter's Church

Below is the link to the website of St Peter's Church, Stanton Lacy.