Badger ~ Shropshire

Everything you need to know about the village of Badger on Shropshire

Cottage Sign Cropped

Welcome to the web site for the village of Badger, Shropshire. We hope you find it a useful source of information, whether you're a villager or visitor.

Badger is a small rural hamlet on the eastern edge of Shropshire not far from the county's border with Staffordshire. Its origins as a settlement probably date back to Anglo Saxon times and later as a classic estate village with the Hall and Church at its centre.

Today, Badger remains a small but thriving community with an active church, its own parish council and a population of around 140 people.

St Giles Church
St Giles Church
St Giles Church (click to enlarge)

Dingle & Birdhouse
Dingle & Birdhouse
Birdhouse & Dingle (click to enlarge)

Thatched Cottage
Thatched Cottage
(click to enlarge)

Bridgnorth Market Hall
Bridgnorth Market Hall
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Old Badger Map
Old Badger Map
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Latest Documents

 

Latest Meeting Agendas

docx-146September 2021 BPC Treasurers Report
 

docx-147Agenda 15th September 2021

Latest Meeting Minutes

 

Significant Planning and other notices

NOTICE OF PROPOSED CARAVAN CLUB CERTIFICATED LOCATION AT FERNEY COTTAGE PATTINGHAM ROAD

Please note the above application for a Certificated Location for up to 5 touring caravans/motorhomes. Please see website www.caravanclub.co.uk/clfeedback The reference number is: 404 LT GM 21. Representations must be made by 19 October. Individuals are invited to post their own comments. The Parish Council will consider a response.

 

Location

You can use the interactive map below to locate Badger village and view in map, satellite or terrain mode.

Map by Google maps – Badger Parish Council is not responsible for any entries or descriptions shown on it.

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