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Welcome to the website of Uffington Parish Council.  The Parish Council meets on the second Monday of each month in the village hall.  A period of 15 minutes is set aside for the public to speak on parish matters at the start of each meeting. 

Uffington is a small village and civil parish situated in the county of Shropshire.  The population of the civil parish at the 2011 census was 234.  It lies between Haughmond Hill and the River Severn, 3 miles east from the town centre of Shrewsbury.

Uffington is home to Holy Trinity church and the Corbet Arms pub.  The Shropshire Way runs through part of the parish as does National Cycle Route 81.  Within the parish lie the Grade I listed ruins of Haughmond Abbey which is in the care of English Heritage.

The ruins of Haughmond Abbey in the parish of Uffington The ruins of Haughmond Abbey in the parish of Uffington