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

 

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

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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

VELO CYCLE RACE RE-ROUTED AWAY FROM CLIFTON

The route of the 15,000 strong Velo Birmingham bike race in September will not now pass through Clifton and the surrounding Teme Valley roads following a meeting between the organisers and... Read More

CLIFTON DEVELOPERS IN NEW PLANNING BID

Galliford Try Ltd, the developer who acquired the site earmarked for housing development in Hope Lane, Clifton, from Miller Homes, has put in a new planning application for 30 houses on... Read More

SUPERFAST BROADBAND SWITCHED ON IN CLIFTON

Superfast broadband has finally been connected to the BT cabinet in Clifton and is now available to most local residents. However, those located more than a mile from the cabinet opposite... Read More

SHELSLEY BEAUCHAMP PARISH COUNCIL VACANCY

A vacancy has arisen for a councillor for the Shelsley Beauchamp parish. Information and application forms from the Clerk, Jan Speyer, 01886 812444 to be returned by 10th July. Read More

CLIFTON CHILDREN'S PLAY AREA FENCED OFF

‚ÄčThe wooden fort in the children's play area in Clifton has been securely fenced off with Heras fencing by the Parish Council to prevent access because part of the structure is... Read More

EASTHAM BRIDGE REOPENS

EASTHAM BRIDGE REOPENS …WITH A PLEA FOR COURTESY Eastham bridge, which collapsed almost a year ago, has re-opened bringing to an end the misery caused to farmers, traders and commuters as well... Read More