(Albrighton, Boningale, Donington-with-Boscobel & Tong)

                  Main Aim: To improve the appearance of our villages and the quality of life.


We are looking to recruit new members to join our active committee.

If you would like to find out more information please call in, without any obligation, for a chat at an informal meeting on Saturday 28th January 2023 at our Chairman Peter Woodman’s house 31/32 High Street, Albrighton (adjacent to Balance Shop, Millers Green) any time between 10.30am and 12 noon.

Alternatively please phone Peter Woodman (07866 602092) or Rod Smith (07974 192689) if you are not able to come on 28th January or if you would like more information.


What does the Civic Society do?

Its objectives are:

  • To preserve, develop and improve the amenities, environment and other features of the area which combine to make pleasing conditions in which to live and work.
  • To stimulate public interest in the care for the character, beauty, and history of the area and to encourage high standards of architecture and town planning in our area.


       .........however In a nutshell our

Main Aim is: To improve the appearance of our villages and the quality of life within them.


The Society has been very active in important local projects, either as the initiator or in providing help and assistance with:

  • Civic Society School Annual Awards Scheme
  • Civic Society Front Gardens Award Scheme
  • Station Pedestrian Access Ramp Project – campaign to re-open the ramp to help all train users, especially elderly and disabled people 
  • Albrighton Development Action Group – successfully blocked the massive Care-Home development proposed by Jessups on the land adjacent to the station.
  • The formation of ‘Albrighton Flood Action Group’
  • Friends of Albrighton Swimming Pool Lottery which has saved the pool from closure.
  • Friends of Albrighton Railway Station – helping to improve the overall appearance of the station and its surrounds.
  • Campaigned to save the Listed but dilapidated Station building.
  • Provided the five planters in the High Street and outside the Parish Office and donated them to the Parish Council
  • Planted over 15,000 bulbs in various locations around the village comprising mainly daffodils, crocuses, and some snowdrops.

2The last few copies of the

2023 Albrighton Wall Calendar are available

The calendar features twelve photographs of our village

and costs £4.00, including envelope.




 Organising and delivering a Welcome Pack to the new residents of Millfields.

                             They may be purchased from:-
Emporium Card Shop, Station Rd     - Albrighton Library, Station Rd

- St Mary’s Church Office                     - Albrighton Primary School

        (Thur & Fri 9am to 2pm)                                           (Reception Office


For more information please see   www     or contact:

Peter Woodman – Chairman (T: 372225) 31/32 High St  or Rod Smith - Secretary (T: 372765)