Hadnall Village website
A Shropshire village mentioned
in the Doomsday Book 1089

About Hadnall
Local pictures (- external site)
The Ease -  last update 6/05/15
The Embroidered Map

Village Hall
Church's website external site
Parish Council (update 17/5/15)
Hadnall & Astley News
Hadnall Primary School external site
Local POLICE (update:18/3/15)
Emergency "tax" disk


Friday Painters external site
Hadnall Parents & Toddlers
Hadnall Pre-school Playgroup(external site)
Hadnall Women's Club
Hadnall Bowling Club (external site)
Hadnall & District History Group
Walking for Health
Hadnall WI
Sansaw's Men's Shed (external site)
Hadnall Trainspotters - update(15/4/15)
Web links page
Hadnall Remembers - pictures
Hadnall Community Led Plan

RAF Shawbury (2miles away)(external site)
Shropshire Planning Applications

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Contact points:-

Parish Council
History Group
Village Magazine
Village Hall
Hadnall WI

Next magazine deadline:-
20th July 2015

The September 2012 Floods.
Click here for photos of the flood.

GOOD NEWS - It is hoped that there will be a scheme to prevent any more flooding of the culvert starting in April? 2015 Preparations for the project continue - recent roadworks were part of this process!

Do you feel threatened by the potential risk of having your house flooded?  Would you like a FREE assesment of risk from Shropshire Council?  If so click here for details.


Next meeting: AGM 15th July 2015   Members of the village are always welcome. 
Near to the meeting time, agenda and minutes are posted in the two Parish Council Noticeboards (by the Message Tree and the Village Hall). They are then available through the village website via the Parish Council page (see left). Those of Hadnall Parish are reminded that they are always invited to attend any Parish Council meetingDue to the resignation of Andrew Howard-Carter, a vacancy STILL arises for a new councillor.  Anyone interested in this important role, should first look at the the Parish Council pages on this site and then contact either the Chair or the Clerk.

Many thanks to all those who supported the village fete.  Thanks also go to those who ran the stalls, but a special thanks to the many people who helped set up the stalls from early Sunday morning and again cleared everything away at the end.  The whole clearing process was completed before 6pm! 

The Fete raised over £1500
VH Committee

A thrilling competition was watched by a good number of spectators and supporters.  A total of nine teams took part and in the Final, The Church team took on a team from the History group.  The Charity Shield was won on the last ball of the last end by the History Group's team of Fran Jameson, Cath Coles, Tony Coles and Tony Collins.  The winning team decided that the record £292 should be donated to the local hospice. Grateful thanks goes to all who contributed in any way.

National Rural Crime Survey (please take part if you have a few spare minutes)

The largest ever survey into crime and anti-social Behaviour (ASB) in rural areas has been launched in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to find out how the police can better serve rural communities. The survey, launched by the National Rural Crime Network, is calling for people who work or live in rural areas to come forward and give their views on policing in their community, the impact crime and ASB has on them and their neighbours and to ultimately help shape the future of crime prevention and rural policing.

Anyone living or working in rural areas is being encouraged to take part in the survey. You donít need to have been a victim of crime to have a view on how the police work. To find out more visit:


 To go direct to the survey follow this link:


 It doesnít take long to complete with mostly tick box questions. This may be a topic you, or those using your services, are interested in. Please could you promote widely within your networks to ensure Shropshire is well represented.

The survey is open until Wednesday 24th June 2015

LATEST CROSSING NEWS: Councillor Simon Jones reports that he has been assured that the beacons on the crossing will be upgraded to an LED type, which will considerably improve the visibility of the crossing.  The cost is reputed to be around £4000.  The work could be completed in a couple of weeks.

Hadnall Events Diary
by Beth Prinz

Regular events in the Village Hall
Zumba Classes Wednesday 6.15 - 7.15 pm

Yoga on Thursday evenings  6.45 - 8pm
Exercise Class Wednesday am
Healthy Walking - Tuesdays 10.30 in VH C/P
Friday Painters am

15.     Women's Club visit Masonic Hall  
16.     Ramblers leave VHCPk @ 6 pm
Pub Lunch @ Astley12.30   
18.     Coffee morning @ Plas Bach 10.30 - 12 noon               Crafts evening @ Wood Cottage 7.30    
24.     History Group.  Guided walk
30.     Ramblers leave VHCPk @ 6 pm
1.     Wednesday Club - Talk on Ospreys 2.30      
        Village Hall Committee meet 7.30   
6.     Women's Club BBQ @ Smethcote   
8.     Sew Ďní Sews meet Hall Drive 1.30
      Village Hall Committee meet 7.30   
13.  Hadnall PC Meeting   
14.  W.I. Produce & Handicraft Show 7.30      
        Ramblers leave VHCPk @ 6 pm
15   Pub lunch @ New Inn  12.30
16.  Coffee morning @ J&G Corbett's       
       Craft evening @ Wood Cottage 7.30    28.               
        Ramblers leave VHCPk @ 6 pm

28.     Ramblers leave VHCPk @ 6 pm

Mobile library Times in Hadnall  - Mondays
Painsbrook: 9.20am - 9.30am   
Willow Court: 9.35am - 9.55am
Chapel Road: 10.00am - 10.30am
Astley Lane: 10.35am - 11.15am
On the following Mondays (usually fortnightly):-

15th June
29th June

Re-cycling Centre at Battlefield
Open every week day 8.30am - 5pm
Weekends and Bank Holidays 9.00am - 5.00pm
Except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Da

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Produced in association with Hadnall & Astley News