All Stretton is the name of a village and its wider township within the ancient parish and manor of Church Stretton, in South Shropshire. The village nestles in a narrow valley, stretched out along the old Shrewsbury road, about a mile north of the market town of Church Stretton. The township continues to the north, draped over the northern end of the Long Mynd.
All Stretton History Society
The All Stretton History Society was formed in 2004 to investigate and make available the history of our village. We published a history of the village in 2006. We are a small friendly group who meet informally to share ideas and discuss research. We are always interested in working with anyone who wishes to explore any aspect of the history of All Stretton. At the moment we are meeting virtually but hope to resume in person meetings in 2021. We usually hold a public AGM to highlight our activities. The 2020 event has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Our Current Projects include :
Recording memories of the residents of All Stretton. Do you have a story to tell about your time in the village?
Collecting information about the village including stories and photographs. Get in touch if you have any material we can copy or research for you.
Continuing work on the website including adding new historical resources and writing blogs etc. Any contributions or suggestions.
If YOU wish to contribute or get involved please Contact Us