This category caters for sites in an area in the east of Powys, surrounded by Shropshire. The major village is Churchstoke, but this catgeory includes the hamlets of Old Church Stoke and Hyssington to the east, in the foot of Lynley Hill, rising to the Long Mynd and the Malvern Hills. Besides the A489, the locality includes the B4385, connecting Bishop's Castle with Montgomery. The locality of Chirbury in Shropshire separates this locality from Montgomery. The locality includes Offa's Dyke, and the rural area west, to the village of Sarn, which is the next locality before Newtown.
Produces a range of organic and traditional flours. Profile, recipes, mail order form and stockists, as well as details of holiday apartments.
Churchstoke Community Council
Official information on local recreation, trade, and political issues.
Churchstoke CP School
News, and informational library for pupils, parents and teachers, term times and contacts.
Historic Landscape Characterisation: Bro Trefaldwyn, yr Ystog
The Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust provides information on the historic background of the area and the key features of the historic landscape.
Boutique hotel with self-catering cottages, offering holiday accommodation, restaurant, conference and wedding facilities.
Describes this rural bed and breakfast and its facilities with prices, availability and local activities.
The Organic Smokehouse
Provides information on this smokehouse which is continuing a centuries old craft. Produce can be purchased online or through a number of stockists (listed).
Christian centre set in grounds south of the village, offering youth holidays and training.
Last update:February 20, 2014 at 14:24:05 UTC