St Swithin's Church in Clunbury
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The village lies between 145m and 155m above sea level. To the north the Clun and Kemp rivers flow, before meeting to the northeast. A lane runs up to the B4368 / B4385 crossroads at Little Brampton, and crosses these rivers by bridges.
The Domesday Book lists Cluneberie within the ancient hundred of Rinlau in 1086, one of many possessions of Picot de Say. From the 12th century through the 19th century, Clunbury was situated in Purslow hundred.
Ida Gandy describes life in Clunbury in the 1930s in her book An idler on the Shropshire borders.
The church is called "St Swithin's Church".
In November 2007, Clunbury Primary School was awarded the Becta ICT Excellence Award for its use of technology.
Media related to Clunbury at Wikimedia Commons
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