The Shelsleys is a civil parish in the Malvern Hills District in the county of Worcestershire, England. The Shelsleys are near the village of Clifton-upon-Teme the Teme Vally, and they encompass the three hamlets Shelsley Beauchamp, Shelsley Kings and Shelsley Walsh.
Charles Nott, the Parson of Shelsley was a leader of the Clubmen who drew up the Woodbury Declaration, which listed the greviences that local people had at the behaviour of Royalist forces in the area. Shelsley Walsh is widely known among motorsport enthusiasts because of its association with the Shelsley Walsh Speed Hill Climb, which has been run since 1905.
www.temetriangle.net - news and information for The Shelseys, Clifton upon Teme and Lower Sapey
- The Shelsleys, Clifton-upon-Teme and Shelsleys website
- Worcestershire Family History Guidebook, Vanessa Morgan, 2011, p20 The History Press, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
- Worcestershire Family History Guidebook, Vanessa Morgan, 2011, p68 The History Press, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
- The Worcestershire Clubmen Worcestershire County Council, Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service 4 October, 2005
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