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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

ELECTION OF SHELSLEY CHURCHWARDENS

A MEETING FOR THE ELECTION OF CHURCHWARDENS IN THE PARISH OF THE SHELSLEYS ​will take place at the Shelsleys’ Village Hall on Thursday 9th day of March at 6.00pm. This meeting may... Read More

CHRISTINGLE AT CLIFTON

Christingle service at St Kenelm's church on Christmas Eve Read More

SHELSLEYS' AUTHOR'S CHRISTMAS CHILDREN'S BOOK

Shelsleys' resident Andy Griffee makes his debut as an author this Christmas having penned an adventure story in aid of his children’s former school. The Abberley Space Rocket was inspired by... Read More

CHRISTMAS CONCERT

SHELSLEYS’ CHRISTMAS CONCERT A Christmas concert with a Welsh flavour is being held at All Saints Church, Shelsley Beauchamp on Monday, 12th December at 7pm in aid of the Worcestershire Breast Unit... Read More

IRONMAN SUCCESS FOR ED BARRETT

Emma Carpenter of Upper Sapey has successfully completed the Welsh Ironman Challenge in Tenby on 18th September to raise money for 27-yeare-old Ed Barrett of Bromyard who is confined to a... Read More

STEPS FARM, CLIFTON, PLANS APPROVED

Plans for 20 new homes on land opposite Steps Farm, Clifton, have at last been approved by Malvern Hills planners. The proposed development by Sir Anthony Winnington was originally submitted and... Read More