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Parish Council meetings normally take place on the 3rd Monday of the month starting at 7.30pm.  Meetings in May, July & September will be at the Everest Hall, and meetings in November, January & March will be at the Pavilion.

Dates of Parish Council Meetings 2024-25

  • ‚Äč15th July, 2024 at the Everest Hall
  • 23rd September, 2024 at the Everest Hall
  • 25th November, 2024 at the Pavilion
  • 20th January, 2025 at the Pavilion
  • 17th March, 2025 at the Pavilion

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The Parish of Llanfair Waterdine

Spread along the north bank of the winding river Teme, Llanfair Waterdine is a rural parish in the southernmost corner of Shropshire. Along with Lloyney just over the other side of the border in Wales there are just over a 100 households.

It is sheep and cattle country with small family farms dotting the landscape.

Although in England it is sometimes considered more Welsh in character with its steep wooded interlocking hills. The ancient boundary, Offa’s Dyke winds scenically across the Parish, Llanfair Waterdine being at the same time both part of The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Welsh Marches.