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Stottesdon is a village and civil parish in south east Shropshire, England. The parish of Stottesdon covers a large rural area and extends over the village of Chorley. The village is situated near the market towns of Cleobury Mortimer and Bridgnorth.
St. Mary's Church (the oldest building in Stottesdon) is pre-Norman with parts that may date at 450 CE, although the bulk of the church is post-Norman. The churchyard contains the war graves of 3 British soldiers of World War I.
The village has several facilities including Stottesdon Church of England Primary School, "The Fighting Cocks" public house, the "Shop at the Cock" village shop, The Old Vicarage Activity Centre, a bus service, phone box, recycling facilities and a post box.
- 2001 Census
- Stottesdon Parish Portal
- Secret Shropshire - St Mary's Church Stottesdon
-  CWGC Cemetery Report. Breakdown obtained from casualty record.
- Friends of Stottesdon Primary School Website
- Stottesdon Primary School Website
- Details of the Fighting Cocks
- UK Pub Finder
- Shop at the Cock Information
- Old Vicarage Activity Centre Website
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- The Stottesdon Parish Portal
- Stottesdon C of E Primary School
- Chorley Family Playgroup at Stottesdon School
- Friends of Stottesdon Primary School
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