Clive shown within Shropshire
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Clive is situated around the west side of Grinshill Hill, with many in a rural setting. Grinshill sandstone, from the nearby quarry at Grinshill is used throughout the village for building material from walls and houses to the village church. Grinshill is a nearby village and beauty spot.
Clive is situated just off the A49, and the B5476. The village itself has country roads throughout, where in places the passing of two cars require one to pull in.
There is a railway station nearby, on the Welsh Marches Line, at Yorton, between Wem and Shrewsbury. The station at Yorton is served by roughly one train every 2 hours in either direction, and is a request stop, requiring the station passenger to wave at the approaching train in order to stop it and be picked up.
The village is often used by the local Hunt, The North Shropshire Foxhounds, from time to time there are meets around the village.
Clive is often seen locally as one of the more exclusive areas of northern Shropshire to live in.
The village is served by a monthly news letter with input from the local community.
Local services and night life
The village is also served by a mechanics, car dealership, bowling club, village club, and a number of small businesses such as decorators and electricians are based in and around the village.
In 2006, Nerissa Hatcher, a resident of New Street, was voted 'Miss Clive 2006'. The 'Miss Clive 2007' winner was Rachel Tilling.
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