Diddlebury is a small villlage and a large civil parish in the beautiful Corvedale, Shropshire.

The name 'Diddlebury' is thought to have originated from that of a local Anglo-Saxon chieftan 'Duddlea', an old English name and 'burgh' (meaning dwelling or settlement).

The civil parish of Diddlebury is large, encompassing land on both sides of the River Corve. Major settlements within the parish include Diddlebury Village, Westhope, Peaton, Bouldon and Sutton.

 

Diddlebury Parish Council meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month, except for April, August and December, when there is no council meeting.

Meetings commence at 7.30 pm with an open public involvment session, where parishoners can raise matters of concern with their councillors, followed by the formal council meeting.

News

4th April 2020
This Easter will be unusual as, for the first time any of us will remember, the...
30th March 2020
Throughout the Corvedale people will need to ‘self-isolate’ because of the...
24th March 2020
Help is on hand from your local parish councillors. If you or anyone you know...
24th March 2020
Please note the Parish Council meeting scheduled for Wednesday 25 March has...
20th March 2020
You may be not aware that there is a local ‘Diddlebury Parish’ Google group,...

Parish Council Meetings

22nd July 2020
7:30 pm
28th October 2020
7:30 pm
27th May 2020
7:30 pm
24th June 2020
7:30 pm
23rd September 2020
7:30 pm