Ashford Carbonell shown within Shropshire
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|Civil parish||Ashford Carbonel|
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|EU Parliament||West Midlands|
The village lies 2.5 miles (4.0 km) south of the market town of Ludlow, on the eastern side of the River Teme, facing the smaller Ashford Bowdler. The river acts as the boundary between the parishes of Ashford Bowdler and Ashford Carbonel, and is crossed locally by Ashford Bridge, which takes the Caynham Road from the A49 towards Caynham.
The civil parish (which is formally named Ashford Carbonel) had a population of 321 as recorded in the 2011 census; the area covered by the parish is 635 hectares (1,570 acres).
Ashford Carbonell formed part of the hundred of Culvestan, which in the 12th century became Munslow. Part of the parish (Huntington and The Serpent) however instead became part of the hundred of Stottesdon.
Huntington was a manor mentioned (separately to Ashford Carbonell) in the Domesday Book (1086). Today it is a small hamlet just outside the village. The Serpent is a former pub which gave its name to a crossroads on the Caynham Road, located mid-way between the villages of Ashford Carbonell and Cayhnam but within the parish of Ashford Carbonel.
- Ordnance Survey mapping
- Neighbourhood Statistics Ashford Carbonel - 2011 census - population density
- Ashford Carbonell: St Mary Magdalene - a church near you
- Shropshire Star Balloons go up as £3m Bishop Hooper School opens (1 November 2011)
- Media related to Ashford Carbonel at Wikimedia Commons
- Ashford [Carbonell] in the Domesday Book
- Huntington in OpenDomesday