Welcome to Myddle, Shropshire, England
Latest Myddle News
- 501 Bus Service
501 Bus Service
Lakeside Coaches are currently running the service Ellesmere to Shrewsbury with a reduced number of journeys.
Approximately every 2 hours.
- Myddle Fete 2016
Myddle Fete 2016
Saturday 2nd July 2016
On the Myddle School field and in Myddle Village Hall
- Planning Application for doubling the number of chickens at Burlton Lane Farm
- An Evening of Christmas Floral Arrangements’ by Jane Pugh, to be held on Wednesday, 25th November at 7.30, in Myddle Village Hall.
- Promise Auction in Aid of St Peter’s Church Myddle
Tuesday 29th September 2015 @ 7:00pm for 7:30pm start at The Red Lion, Myddle
- Harmer Hill Horticultural Show
Bank Holiday Monday 31st August 2015 3.00 pm
- 24 August 2016
- Dalian Atkinson: Tasered footballer inquest to open
- 22 August 2016
- Rihanna and Bieber rock V Festival
- 23 August 2016
- Team GB return from Olympics: Poet Pam Ayres pays tribute
- 20 August 2016
- Lady Penelope Thunderbirds puppet goes for £19,000
- 17 August 2016
- Parents open pub to pay daughters' tuition fees
Myddle village lies in the heart of the Shropshire Countryside, almost halfway between Ellesmere and Shrewsbury. The aim of our village website is to provide an online community for the people of Myddle and the surrounding area. We hope that villagers, neighbours and visitors alike will find something interesting and useful here.
Myddle's most famous son is probably Richard Gough, who wrote "The History of Myddle" between 1700 and 1702 Gough's book is a record of anecdotes about many of the families in the parish of Myddle. Myddle also has the remains of a castle, whose last inhabitant was Sir Humphrey Kynaston. He was outlawed in 1491, went off to Nescliffe and became a highwayman. You will find more about Gough, Sir Humphrey and others on our History pages.
For the lastest village news and events, please read the latest version of The Myddle Messenger Magazine
See Myddle on the map
Or take a look around the village, care of Google Street View. Click on View a Larger Map then drag the little yellow man and drop him on the name Myddle. You will see images of the village, then just use your mouse to follow the white lines and visit different parts of the village. (see Google Street View for further instructions
Local people are encouraged to contribute to the website, which is sponsored by Interactive Information Services Ltd, an Internet and Computer Consultancy based in the village. If you would like to do so, please email email@example.com in the first instance.