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Myddle & Broughton Parish Council

Shropshire, UK

Welcome to the Myddle,Broughton and Harmer Hill Parish Council Website


The Parish is an amalgamation of a few villages and smaller hamlets set in rural Shropshire.  The main centres of population are Harmer Hill and Myddle and the Parish is mid-way between Shrewsbury and Wem and Ellesmere.  Population 1,333  (Census Data 2011)
The area has one retail outlet – a village shop opened as part of a relatively new housing development in Myddle. There is no post office, the one in Harmer Hill being closed as part of the reorganisation of the postal service, and no library, although the County Library Service visits the villages on a regular basis.  The area has four well established public houses, two in Harmer Hill, one in Myddle and one in Yorton.
There are Village Halls in Harmer Hill and Myddle, offering well appointed accommodation for community use. The Council recognises the value of these halls and gives grant aid annually to help with the upkeep.  Myddle also has an excellent primary school and attached nursery with first class facilities and a very good reputation for teaching and learning.
In the area there are two Parish Churches, one in Myddle and the other in Yorton with a Chapel located in Harmer Hill.
There is a Recreation Ground in both of the main villages with a Children’s Play Area on the Myddle site. The equipment was purchased following  fund raising by a dedicated local committee, who then passed the area on to the Council which maintains and insures it.
Link to Myddle and Broughton Community Led Plan
Website by Parish Council Websites