Condover Parish Council


This web site is aimed at providing local people with community news and an insight into council business. Our community principally comprises of two main villages Condover and Dorrington and two smaller hamlets Ryton and Stapleton.

Community Grant Scheme


 Subject to annual review, the Parish Council provides funding for community groups/ organisations each year.           There are two types of Community Grant:

SMALL GRANTS  – up to and including £100
LARGE GRANTS  – over £100

Application forms for both Small and Large Community Grants are downloadable from the Council’s website:  or available from the Parish Clerk - email

Applications must comply with prevailing local government legislation and/or provide direct benefit to the parish and its community.  The Council does not make grants to individuals or national charities.

Parish Council Wins National Award

Brook Close Community-Led Housing Scheme in Condover has won the top award for the Local Council Project of the Year 2016. Well done and thank you to everyone involved with bringing forward this excellent scheme!

 Read the press release in the Brook Close Community-Led Housing section under Community Groups in the main menu. .

New Councillor for Condover Ward

At its meeting on 4th October, Condover Parish Council co-opted Peter Gore onto the Council to represent Condover Ward.  The new Cllr Gore has a wealth of experience from private industry, is a National Trust volunteer and is actively involved with amateur dramatics.  He has lived in Condover for over 20 years and has a keen interest in Parish matters.   Welcome on board!
Other Councillors for Condover Ward are Edna Francis, Jean Jackson, Rob Farrow and the Chair, David Lane. Contact details can be found under Council Matters in the main menu. 

About us

Situated approximately 7 miles south west of Shrewsbury town centre and located off and alongside the main A49 trunk road we are a thriving rural community. The area is enjoyed by a population of approximately 1957 people spread over 3029 hectares of land with 857 dwellings (all figures correct as of 2011 census).

The Parish Wards are represented by Village Councillors who make up the 12 councillors of the Parish Council who meet usually on the 1st Tuesday of each month to discuss and act upon parish business for the overall benefit of the community of the parish, ensuring the voice and aspirations of local people are heard. This involves working with and lobbying local government organisations and agencies on which our community depend up on to provide adequate services which enhance quality of life. As a result the Parish Council works closely with its Shropshire Councillor.

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