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Teme Triangle Clifton Upon Teme • The Shelsleys • Lower Sapey

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Welcome to Teme Triangle, the community news hub for Clifton upon Teme, The Shelsleys and Lower Sapey in Worcestershire.

Our printed magazine brings news, events and information free of charge to local residents each month. Here you can view it online.

Clifton-upon-Teme, the Shelsleys and Lower Sapey are remarkable rural communities in one of the most beautiful parts of the lower Teme Valley, on the Herefordshire/Worcestershire border, equidistant from Tenbury Wells, Bromyard and Worcester. Our picturesque buildings are steeped in history and our small, scattered villages offer a wide variety of events and activities to enjoy, as well as a warm network of community support.

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Latest news

CLIFTON FUNDRAISING WALKERS

Maurice Richards, Andrea Bennett and Alan Bush recently signed up to do the TREK26 Brecon Beacon 13-mile sponsored walk for the Alzheimer’s charity across the Brecon Beacons. They had a great... Read More

'JAN THE MILK' WINS 'REWARD A WARRIOR' ACCOLADE

Jan ‘The Milk’ Young has been named as the senior winner of the Worcester Warriors 'Reward a Warrior' campaign to recognise local heroes for their contribution to local communities during the... Read More

CLIFTON FARMER ASSAULTED IN RAID

Clifton on Teme farmer Phil Richards was violently attacked by four masked men on 6th February when he attempted to stop them stealing diesel from Highfields Farm in Hope Lane late... Read More

CLIFTON SCOUTS, CUBS & BEAVERS CEREMONY

The new Clifton Scout Troop was formally sworn in at a special investiture ceremony when a total of 34 scouts, cubs and beavers took the Scout Promise in the presence of... Read More

BBC CHILDREN IN NEED RICKSHAW CHALLENGE AT SHELSLEY

The BBC’s One Show Rickshaw Challenge team visited Shelsley Walsh on their way from Calais to Manchester to raise money for BBC Children in Need. The team of six young people supported... Read More