ASTON ON CLUN VILLAGE HALL
Aston on Clun from the Burrow Hill Fort
Aston on Clun from the west
The Burrow from Hopesay Common
The Burrow Hill Fort
Track up to The Burrow
Towards Church Stretton from The Burrow
The Green in winter
The Rear Terrace
The Exterior and Around Aston on Clun
The Hall lies on the edge of a large village green surrounded by the South Shropshire Hills. There is ample space for recreational sport including cricket, football and croquet. Some sports equipment can be made available.
A terrace area to the rear of the Hall offers space for external seating during warm weather.
There is a Community Shop in the Hall car park offering a broad range of produce including sandwiches, sausage rolls and pies, crisps and sweets, soft drinks, wine and beer and newspapers and a range of local produce.
Aston on Clun is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, part of the Welsh Marches, and in the centre of the South Shropshire hills that were made famous by A.E. Housman in his collection of poems "A Shropshire Lad". It is part of Hopesay Parish and the beautiful village of Hopesay is just 2 miles away.
Aston on Clun has access to two railway stations, one at Broome (but with limited services) on the Heart of Wales Line, and one at Craven Arms which is 3 miles away on the main line with connections to Shrewsbury, Ludlow and Church Stretton
Self catering and bed & breakfast accommodation is available in the parish and there are inns and hotels within easy reach.
There are numerous walks in the locality to suit all capabilities. Hill forts abound (including The Burrow just above the village).
Hopesay in winter