Click on the cover image to view the latest issue of Teme Triangle
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.
Clifton and Martley bellringers celebrated the 350th anniversary of the bells in St Kenelm's church with a peal of the bells following a special service to commemorate the occasion. Five of the... Read More
Three local women received High Sheriff’s Awards for service to the local community at a reception in the Shelsleys in aid of The Sheriff’s Fund (Worcestershire Community Foundation). Beryl Robson and Rosemary... Read More
A new mobile phone mast is being installed at the top of the Old Road in Clifton during the week beginning 7th May. The work will involve the Old Road itself... Read More
Shelsleys’ Parish Council Chairman Cassian Roberts has been appointed High Sheriff of Worcestershire for 2018/19. The announcement by the Privy Council last month means that Cassian is the second High Sheriff... Read More
Teme Triangle readers singled out Jan ‘The Milk’ Young for special praise during the snow and freezing temperatures that brought most of the Teme valley to a standstill in March. Most of... Read More