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Please note that in light of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, users should take heed of the current information available from GOV.UK:

Therefore, the groups, clubs and societies listed within the Shropshire Community Directory may still be unable to meet, and there may also be a reduced service available from other local and national organisations.

For more information, please contact the individual groups or organisations listed. Stay alert and stay safe.

Albrighton and District Civic Society


The Albrighton and District Civic Society was established in 2009 and its objectives are:

  • to preserve, develop and improve the amenities, environment and other features of the area which combine to make pleasing conditions in which to live and work
  • to stimulate public interest in the care for the character, beauty and history of the area
  • to encourage high standards of architecture and town planning in the area.

Its main aim is:  To improve the appearance of our villages and the quality of life within them.

The Civic Society district encompasses the four parishes of Albrighton, Boningale, Donington-with-Boscobel and Tong. Membership is open to all residents of these parishes and those who are interested in actively furthering the purposes of the Society.

Open public meetings are held at intervals throughout the year to which all members, and residents who have not yet joined, are invited.

For more information, contact details and programme of events, please follow the link to visit their website.

Venue Details

Most public meetings at:
The Red House
High Street
View WV7 3LU on a map | Get directions to WV7 3LU

Additional Information


The Society is managed by a committee of 8 members plus 4 ex-officio members representing each of the four parish councils of Albrighton, Boningale, Donington-with-Boscobel and Tong.

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