About the parish of Lilleshall
Lilleshall is a beautiful village and civil parish in the county of Shropshire, England.
It lies between the towns of Telford and Newport, on the A518, in the Telford and Wrekin borough and the Wrekin constituency. There is one school in the centre of the village.
The village dates back to Anglo-Saxon times, the parish church being founded by St Chad. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The Norman parish church of St Michael and All Angels is a grade I listed building.
A civil parish was formed in 1 April 2015 from Lilleshall, Donnington and Muxton, though a previous parish also called "Lilleshall" existed. This parish covers the communities of Lilleshall Village and The Humbers, the approximate population is 1,400 people and 614 homes within the parish.
There is a monument, a cricket club, a tennis club, Youth Centre home to the local Scout & Guide movement a church and a primary school clustered around a bracken-covered hill named Lilleshall Hill.
Parking in Lilleshall
Please respect our parish by using the freely accessible parking spaces around the parish.
There is no parking allowed on Hillside East as this access is for residents only. Please use the car park available at the Memorial Hall, Cricket Club or primary school to access Lilleshall Hill.