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Welcome to Hinstock Parish Council's website.  

Welcome to the ‘Home Page’ of Hinstock Parish Council’s web-site, where you will find not only information about the Parish Council – where we are, what our responsibilities are and how to contact us – but also a wealth of information about the Parish including the Village Design Statement; history; facilities and links to other organisations.

The village of Hinstock is to be found in North Shropshire, just off the A41 to the south of Market Drayton. In recent years the village has grown in popularity with those who work further afield, geographically it is close to the market towns of Market Drayton and Newport, whilst Telford, Shrewsbury, Stafford, Wolverhampton and Stoke on Trent are also easy to access by road.

There may have existed at one time a Roman road through Hinstock, an archaeological evaluation of part of the area was undertaken in 1986 and there was evidence of what was thought to be a Roman road linking Hinstock with Burlington.

The village is served by a primary school, a church, a pub and a general store and post office; it has a well maintained recreation ground with football pitch, a five a side pitch and tennis courts. It also boasts a variety of clubs and organisations that operate from the Memorial Hall including the Women's Institute, whilst next door in the Jubilee room, the snooker club has 1 full sized snooker table and 1 pool table. For the more active, the village also has a lively tennis club.

A village that attracts families who appreciate the surrounding countryside and yet wish to have the facilities of larger towns close by, Hinstock with its village social life remains a favourite with those who are fortunate to live here.

This website is managed by Hinstock Parish Council. Every effort is made to ensure the information is accurate and up to date although there can be no guarantee of this. The Council will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of wrong information on these pages. If you see any information on this website that is incorrect please notify the Parish Clerk.



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