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So where is Longden?


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The Parish of Longden lies South-West of the town of Shrewsbury, straddling the Longden Road, from Hook-a-Gate to Longden Common. It is a largely rural parish, with little industry, though parts of the parish bear the well-hidden scars of mining, as recently as 1921.

The Parish Plan

The Parish Plan Steering Group

Member Contact
Mr J Roberts (Chair) jroberts@longdenparish.co.uk
Cllr J Sedgebeer jsedgebeer@longdenparish.co.uk
Cllr Y Holyoak  
Community members
Mrs K Lovegrove-Fielden  
Barbara Cox  
Ian Somervaille  
Jackie and Nigel Ingham

Parish Council

The Parish Council is currently experiencing problems with this current website and is in the process of setting up a new one. It is expected that this will be completed in the next month or so.

Parish Footpaths

Longden, as a rural Parish, is well provided with footpaths suitable for exploring the parish. Many are also brideways, and support horses and other users. Part of The Shropshire Way runs through the eastern edge of the parish.

The Longden Parish Website

Rural Shropshire, UK


Annscroft

This site is listed in the British Towns and Villages Encyclopaedia of Great Britain and we can be found in the entry for Longden

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