The Parish of Shrawley

Welcome to Shrawley


  Welcome to the  

  Website of Shrawley.

  To get a brief glimpse

  of what the village can

  offer visitors, its history,

  the river Severn, its

  famous small leaf lime

  woods and much more.

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  of items.

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The Parish of Shrawley lies in heart of the English countryside in the County of Worcestershire 8 miles from Worcester, 4 miles from Stourport and 6 miles from Bewdley. The area of 1,940 acres is bounded on the east by the River Severn, on the north by Dick Brook, on the south by Shrawley Brook and to the west by the Parish of Witley. Some 450 acres is woodland, mostly in Shrawley Wood, 40 acres is water and the remainder is mixed agricultural land. The many public footpaths that interweave the Parish provide beautiful and varied walks for us and our visitors.