The Shelsleys is are a group of small villages 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 very distinct hamlets and civil parishes Shelsley Beauchamp, Shelsley Kings and Shelsley Walsh. The three parishes share a parish council.
Charles Nott, the Parson of Shelsley, was a leader of the Clubmen who in 1645 drew up the Woodbury Declaration, which listed the grievances that local people had at the behaviour of Royalist forces in the area. 
All Saints church is of 14th century origin. 
See main entry Shelsley Walsh
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- Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service 2005.
- Morgan 2011, p. 68.
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- Morgan 2011, p. 20.
- Pevsner, Nikolaus and Brooks, Alan Worcestershire 2007 Yale University Press, London p592 ISBN 9780300112986
- Morgan, Vanessa (2011), Worcestershire Family History Guidebook, Stroud, Gloucestershire: The History Press
- Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service (14 October 2005), The Worcestershire Clubmen, Worcestershire County Council, archived from the original on 27 March 2009
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