Caynham Village, Shropshire
Caynham Village Web Site
Welcome to Caynham Village
Caynham is a small rural community which can trace its history back to the Bronze Age settlement of the Camp, well before it features in the Domesday Book. Stock rearing, dairy and arable farming have taken place here for centuries, although nowadays many of the villagers find it a pleasant place to live while earning their livings further afield.
What's in our web site?
Hit the tabs on the menu bar above to see the huge amount of information our web site contains - information about what is going on in the village, the church, and the village hall, and some details about a new local bus service.
You will also be able to access photographs, illustrations and important reference material (including a fully indexed churchyard survey with photographs of every grave) to find out more about the history of Caynham and the people who have lived, died and are buried here over the centuries.
You are welcome to view the information for your own purposes, but in the interests of data protection we ask you not to publish it to others unless you have our agreement.
Contact the Webmaster, Terry Anley at firstname.lastname@example.org (cut and paste this email link).
For information on WHAT's ON & FUTURE EVENTS,click here to visit our Events page
For information on the LUDLOW TRAVELLER bus service,membership, booking costs, bus timetable and stopping places click here..