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Sayang House

 
Visit Britain Breakfast and Silver Awards.
Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2013. 

Sayang House is a friendly, family-run B&B, set in lovely landscaped gardens. We serve delicious food with ingredients served as much as possible from local sources, and can also offer evening meals (guests are welcome to bring along their own wine to complement their meal).  Church Stretton is just over a mile away and guests can be collected from the town by arrangement.


Contact: Patrick & Madelaine Egan    Tel: 01694 723981
 

Secret Hills Walking Holidays

 

Comprehensive walking holidays.

All arrangements made. Full weeks, weekends, mid-week groups especially welcome

Contact: Alan Garner    Tel: 01694 723600
 

Sawaddee

 
Authentic Thai Restaurant in the Square, church Stretton. 
Tel: 01694 328507
 

Shropshire Country Brides

 
Please say you found this wedding dress shop on the Church Stretton website.
Tel: 01694 771470
 

Stretton Dental Practice

 

Please say you found this dental practice on the Church Stretton website.

Contact: Dr Abbass    Tel: 01694 722862
 

Salop Creative

 
Please say you found this creative agency on the Church Stretton website.
Contact: Joel Stone    Tel: 01743 493077
 

Sandford Nursing and Residential Home

 

Please say you found this residential home on the Church Stretton Web Site.

Tel: 01694 723290
 

Severn Valley Railway (21 miles)

 

The SVR is a full-size standard-gauge railway line running regular steam-hauled passenger trains for the benefit of visitors and enthusiasts alike between Kidderminster in Worcestershire and Bridgnorth in Shropshire, a distance of 16 miles. The journey is full of interest, for the route follows closely the meandering course of the River Severn for most of the way on its journey between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth. One highlight of the trip is the crossing of the River Severn by means of the Victoria Bridge - a massive 200-foot single span, high above the water which, incidentally, features in the film 'The Thirty-nine Steps' with Robert Powell in the leading role.

The nearest place to pick up the SVR which is also the end of the line is Bridgnorth.  All in all a great day out.

 

Shrewsbury Chronicle

 
Tel: 01743 248248
 

Shropshire Camping & Camping Pods

 

Please say you found this camping site on the Church Stretton Website.

Contact: Lesley & Richard Davies    Tel: 01694 781515
 

Shropshire Hills Photography

 

Please say you found this photographer on the Church Stretton website.

 

Contact: Robin Jukes-Hughes    Tel: 01743 718773
 

Shropshire MTB & Outdoor Centre

 

Please say your found this pursuit center on the Church Stretton Website.

Tel: 01694 781515
 

Shropshire Star

 
Tel: 01952 242424
 

Slimming World (Church Stretton Group)

 

Please say you found this Slimming World group on the Church Stretton website.

Contact: Alan Andow    Tel: 01584 874430
 

Somerville Engineers

 
Please say you found these Chartered Structural Engineers on the Church Stretton website.
Contact: Chris Somerville    Tel: 07985 733016
 

South Shropshire Journal

 
Tel: 01584 876311
 

South View Residential Home

 

Please say you found this residential home on the Church Stretton Web Site.

Tel: 01694 723525
 

Spar Supermarket

 
Please say you found this town centre supermarket on www.churchstretton.co.uk
Tel: 01694 722661
 

Specialist Cooker Services (cast iron service)

 
Please say you found this cooker service company (Aga/Redfyre/Everhot) on the Church Stretton website.
Tel: 01584 841737
 

The Station Inn

 
Please say you found this pub on the Church Stretton website. 
Contact: Lesley & Richard Davies    Tel: 01694 781208
 

Stefford Hall Farm Shop

 
Please say you found this farm shop on the Church Stretton Website.
Tel: 01588 672759
 

Stepping Stones Nursery

 

Please say you found this childrens nursery on www.churchstretton.co.uk.

Pre-school open term time only.   

Tel: 01694 724134 / 722341
 

Stretton Appliances

 

Please say you found this appliance shop on the Church Stretton website.

Tel: 07534 423853
 

Stretton Print & Supplies

 
Please say you found this print supplier on the Church Stretton Website.
Tel: 01694 724137
 

Stretton Shoes

 
Please say you found this shoe retailer on the Church Stretton website
Tel: 01694 722299
 

Sun Inn Corfton

 

Please say you found this inn on the Church Stretton Web Site.

Tel: 01584 861239
 

Sunnycroft (34 miles)

 

Edwardian gentleman's suburban villa

This substantial red-brick villa is typical of the many thousands that were built for the prosperous middle classes in the late Victorian period.  Sunnycroft is one of the very few villas to have survived, with a mini estate and largely unaltered contents and decoration.

 

Swan Inn

 

Please say you found this inn on the Church Stretton Web Site.

Contact: Karen Thorne    Tel: 01584 841415
 

Scotsmansfield Gardens

 
These tranquil Arts & Crafts gardens are set in the narrow Townbrook valley between Rectory Wood and The Burway. They are open to the public for the National Gardens Scheme from time to time.
Contact: Pamela Knowles   
 

Scrabble

 

Meet for Scrabble in the Mayfair cafe area on Monday mornings 10:00 - 12:00

Contact: Mayfair    Tel: 01694 722077
 

Scrappies

 

SCRAPPIES - Scrapstore Recycling and Resource Centre for Arts, Crafts, Hobbies and children's education.

We collect clean, safe waste and surplus goods from individuals and local businesses for use in creative arts and children's education.  Our store is open to the public.  We run creative workshops for children and adults.

Registered Charity No. 1053752

Contact: Lesley Mcknight    Tel: 01694 328508
 

Sensory Garden

 
The Brooksbury Sensory Garden, which is accessible to all, has recently become an integral feature of the Brooksbury Playing Fields, located between...
 

Severn Hospice

 
Contact: Mrs Phil Crowe    Tel: 01694 723292
 

Severn Trent Water

 
Tel: 0800 783 4444
 

Shrewsbury (13 miles)

 

Shrewsbury, Shropshire's county town, is historically fascinating and architecturally magnificent with its Tudor buildings and Percy Thrower designed Dingle. The River Severn meanders its way round the town, with the castle in the plug. Its most recent addition is the Theatre Severn - which offers a superb array of entertaining arts. It has the Cadfael famous Abbey and is the birthplace of Charles Darwin. It is a shopping Mecca and the centre for much of the mid Wales hinterland.

 

Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology

 
We offer a wide range of courses in different subject areas - whether you want to study full-time for work-related qualifications, or part-time for...
Tel: 01743 342342
 

Shrewsbury Sixth Form College

 

The College opened in 1981 as the sixth form college for Shrewsbury and the surrounding areas of Shropshire and now provides AS, A level and GCSE courses for 1350+ 16-19 year old students.

We are located in the heart of the town and are spread across four sites all in close proximity.

Tel: 01743 235491
 

Shropdoc

 

If you need out of hours medical attention, phone Shropdoc.

For medical emergencies dial 999 

Tel: 08444 06 88 88
 

Shropshire Cares Info Central

 

'Shropshire Cares Info Central' is an information website, put together to help people find information about care and health issues quickly and without too much fuss.  It is designed to help ordinary citizens find the information needed to stay independent and healthy

 

Shropshire Council

 

Church Stretton Customer Service Point and Visitor Information Centre

The Library
Church Street
Church Stretton
Shropshire
SY6 6DQ

Tel: 01694 723133
Fax: 01694 723045
Email: churchstretton.scf@shropshire.gov.uk

(If you wish to contact Shropshire Council at Shrewsbury direct, the telephone number to use is the Call Centre number - below)

Tel: Call Centre: 0345 678 9000
 

Shropshire Family History Society

 

Visit their website to make contact or research information on family histories and buildings.

Contact: Christine Abram    Tel: 01691 653316
 

Shropshire Geological Society

 
Contact: Information awaited   
 

Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

 

The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was designated in 1958 and covers a quarter of Shropshire. Church Stretton is the only town to be found in the Shropshire Hills AONB but there are other remote villages, strong and active communities and many opportunities for both locals and visitors to enjoy walks and outdoor activities which respect the area's amazing qualities...

Contact: Stephanie Hayes    Tel: 01588 674087
 

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre (7 miles)

 
Located on the A49 at the south end of Craven Arms, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre holds the Secret Hills exhibition, a Cafe, Gallery,...
 

Shropshire Horseriding Website

 
You couldn't ask for a better place to ride than Shropshire. If you want to find out about the best places to walk, trot or canter, this is the site for you.
 

Shropshire Literary Society

 
The Society brings together all who love literature, be they authors, publishers, journalists, teachers, librarians, students and readers, to share...
Tel: 01694 722821
 

Shropshire Ornithological Society - Church Stretton Branch

 
The Shropshire Ornithological Society (SOS) was formed in 1955 with the aims of encouraging the study and protection of birds in Shropshire. The public course is scheduled to start in September.
Contact: Mr Peter Hammersley    Tel: 01694 771864
 

Shropshire Strummers Ukulele Club

 

Ukulele Club - beginners welcome

Contact: Adrian    Tel: 07800 657297
 

Shropshire Tai Chi Academy

 
Saturday mornings 10 - 12 noon
Contact: Mrs Jo Lendon    Tel: 01743 369787
 

Shropshire Walking

 
This website is ideal for finding walks in Shropshire - Church Stretton is ideally located to access many of these walks.
 

The Shropshire Way Website

 

If you wanted to know about the best walks in Shropshire who would you ask? Click through to this Shropshire Way website because they have asked the real experts - The local walkers, the individuals and groups, historians, lovers of flora and fauna, the volunteers who look after the stiles, bridges and paths: all have contributed to this website which shows you all the walks that make up the famous Shropshire Way. Not only the finest route around the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, but also the best possible set of day walks.

The result is a unique achievement. Let this website and the writers who contributed be your guide. Who could be better equipped?
 

Shropshire Wildlife Trust Strettons Branch

 
This is your local branch of Shropshire Wildlife Trust. Meetings and trips are arranged buy the group. Please see our website for details.
Contact: Janet Martin    Tel: 01694 722361
 

Shuttle Bus Website

 
Enjoy a great walk, without the worry of how to return to your starting point. Let the Shuttle take the strain, transporting you out into the...
 

Silvester Horne Institute: Hire for parties / weddings / clubs and more!

 
Large main hall for hire, with extended conservatory for bigger parties.  Also has Council Chamber and smaller meeting rooms.  Discounts available for local charities.
Contact: Reception    Tel: 01694 722113
 

Skatepark Group

 
Contact: Moira Gardner    Tel: 01694 725525
 

Snailbeach Lead Mine (11 miles)

 

Snailbeach was the biggest lead mine in Shropshire and it is reputed to have yielded the greatest volume of lead per acre of any mine in Europe. 

 

Society of Friends ( Quakers )

 
The Society of Friends (Quakers) meet at 10-30am each Sunday in Committee Room 1 at the Silvester Horne Institute, Church Stretton, for a Meeting for Worship. Everybody welcome.
 

South Shropshire Furniture Scheme

 
A social enterprise which collects donated furniture and re-distributes it to people in need and much, much, more.....
Tel: 01584 877751
 

The Square

 
Parking is restricted to 2 hours
 

St Laurence's C of E

 
 St. Laurence’s (C. of E.), Church Stretton. Near the Market Square, 800 years old with a rich history and its modern Parish Centre, offers a range of activities for all ages.
Contact: Rev. Richard Hill    Tel: 01694 724224
 

St Michael's joint C of E & URC

 

St. Michael’s, All Stretton, is a joint C. of E./URC church. Services every Sunday at10.30am with a modern flavour.

 

St Milburga's RC

 
Masses - St Milburga's: Saturday: 18.30 Sunday: 09.15 Tuesday to Friday: 10.00   St Walburga's, Plowden Mass: Sunday 11.00
Contact: Fr. Ambrose Nicholson    Tel: 01694 722897
 

St Walburga's, Plowden

 

Mass: Sunday 11.00

Contact: Fr. Ambrose Nicholson    Tel: 01694 722897
 

Stars In Your Skies

 
Stars In Your Skies organise a series of Astronomy meetings that are open to the general public.
Contact: Richard Hickman    Tel: *
 

Station

 
There are limited parking areas on both sides of the station.
 

The Stiperstones (6 miles)

 

Take a walk on the Stiperstones - This is a National Nature Reserve with a difference - being the second hightest hill in Shropshire, the views are magnificent, and the countryside on the west side of the Long Mynd is a patchwork of hedgerows having so far remained unaffected by modern farming methods - quite different from the east side.  Folklore abounds on The Stiperstones. There is The Devil's Chair, the northernmost tor, where His Infernal Majesty is claimed to take up residence at times. A thunderstorm will immediately occur should a human seek to sit in the place.  There are several bronze age cairns along its ridge.

 

Stokesay Castle (8 miles)

 
The delightful Stokesay Castle just south of Craven Arms is a must for everyone, for nobody could fail to be impressed by the charm and atmosphere of...
 

Street Lighting

 

Shropshire Council and Church Stretton Town Council have responsibility for street lights. Contact the Freephone number on the notice on the lampost or the Town Council office.

Tel: 01694 722113
 

Stretton Allotment Gardens Association

 

Allotment gardens for residents of the Strettons

Contact: Alan Mileson    Tel: 01694 723999
 

Stretton Choral Society

 
Contact: Mrs Pam Cole    Tel: 01694 723604
 

Stretton Climate Care

 
Stretton Climate Care a not-for-profit charity are really rolling out their programme of helping the local community to save money on energy bills.
Contact: Jon Cooke    Tel: 01694 723205
 

Stretton Focus

 
The monthly community magazine for the Strettons.  Go to the website for information on subscriptions, submissions and advertising.
 

The Stretton Hills

 
For over 100 years Carding Mill Valley has been the most popular spot for visitors to the Long Mynd. Information can be found in the Chalet Pavilion...
 

Stretton Keep Fit

 
Tel: 01694 791369
 

Stretton Players

 
Contact: Vivienne Thorpe    Tel: 01694 771443
 

Stretton Rambling Group

 
Contact: Mrs Olive Jones    Tel: 01694 722122
 

The Stretton Roundel

 
 

Stretton Scottish Dancers

 
Contact: Dennis Ashworth    Tel: 01694 722325
 

Stretton Theatre and Concert Group

 
Contact: Jenny or Graham Heath    Tel: 01694 722216
 

Strettondale Probus

 
Contact: Peter Richmond    Tel: 01694 722174
 

Strettons Area Community Wildlife Group

 
SACWG's aim is to bring together people of all ages who are interested in nature and want to do something positive for local biodiversity.
Contact: Graham Wenman   
 

The Strettons Civic Society

 

The Strettons Civic Society aims to care and protect this lovely area and to foster civic pride.

Contact: Chairman Charles Simmonds    Tel: 01694 724117
 

The Strettons Railway Society

 
The Society caters for people interested in a wide range of railway-related topics including modelling and preservation of Church Stretton signal box....
Contact: Ian Dormor    Tel: 01694 723456
 

Strettton Area Food Trail

 

Traditionally produced food is at the heart of Shropshire's richly contrasting landscape.  Follow this food trail example on the more information page to create your very own locally produced meal in the evening!

Source local meats sold from farm shops, and gaze out over the fields where next season's produce is growing. You will find fruit and vegetables picked fresh in the morning, and you can also 'pick your own' starting with strawberries before Wimbledon, through to raspberries and many other farmed fruits. Later in the season and for free, harvest the hills for whinberries and cache the hedgerows for blackberries and sloes.

There are freshly baked pies, preserves and cakes to tempt you and many opportunities to wander round farmers markets. Locally produced real ales can be found at Woods of Wistanstow, the Three Tuns at Bishop's Castle and Hobsons Brewery at Cleobury Mortimer.

 

Stroke Club at Mayfair

 
2nd Thursday each month. 2:15 - 4: 15 pm
Tel: 01694 722077
 

Swing Band

 
Contact: Jamie Wrench    Tel: 01694 723923