About Claverley Parish


The parish of Claverley covers an area of some 8,185 acres, roughly six miles east of Bridgnorth, enclosed within distinct sandstone ridges to the west and the north east. On its eastern boundary it is contiguous with the county boundary of Shropshire and Staffordshire. To the west and north, it bounds Worfield and Rudge parishes, and to the south Quatt, Malvern and Alveley parishes. At its centre is the settlement of Claverley, an old and pretty village with its ancient church at the centre.