church viewThe church dates from the 13th century.  A E Housman included a reference to its “spire” in his poem “A Shropshire Lad” (although the purists amongst you will recognise that it doesn’t actually have one!):

bell ringingRemembrance Day 11.11.2018    

“The vane on Hughley Steeple

      Veers bright, a far known sign,

And there lie Hughley people,

      And there lie friends of mine.

Tall in their midst the tower

      Divides the shade and sun,

And the clock strikes the hour

And tells the time to none…”

The churchwarden is Dr A Coleman (01746 785531)