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The Local Area Guide to Living in Shenstone

The village of Shenstone, historically named Senestown, sits quietly between Birmingham and the ancient cathedral city of Lichfield. Surrounded by the Staffordshire countryside and fuelled by a thriving local community, Shenstone is a haven for both residents and visitors alike. Also containing the villages of Stonnall and Little Aston, the active Civil Parish is shaped by a long and rich history at the heart of England.

Village life in Shenstone is founded upon a lively local community, with a great variety of organised activities, groups, and clubs to serve multiple interests including competitive football and cricket teams. The village maintains a strong relationship with the police team and local MP which helps to maintain the harmonious lifestyle and sense of community.

Historically, Shenstone was recorded in the Domesday Book as a small village covering around 380 acres of land, with a sizeable wood and a mill. Stretching back to the 12th Century, records put the local population at around 125, with church archives and documentation going as far back as 1129. Almost 900 years later, Shenstone has a thriving and active community of over 3000 residents. Formerly the manufacturing centre and home of the Norton Motorcycle, the famed old factory still remains stoutly on the outskirts of the village as a reminder of its colourful past.

In recent years, with the help of several external agencies, Shenstone and its facilities have also undergone a large process of improvement and revitalization. Public facilities now include outdoor keep fit equipment, a Multi-Use Games Area, and an upgraded play area to provide a safe environment for younger children. These new facilities now serve in addition to the established Shenstone Playing Fields, communal green spaces, library, communal buildings, and more.

Information About Local Residents

The mean age of its 3000+ residents sits at around 46, according to data provided by the 2011 Census, which falls a few years above of the national mean. Equally, its low population density of 150 people per sq. kilometre falls well below the national average of 413.

A large majority of the population of Shenstone is in full or part time employment, with only 2.3476% recorded actively unemployed and just 0.9061% long-term unemployed – far below the national average.

Its residents also report extremely good health: with less than 4% of residents claiming to have ‘bad’ health or below.

Sources: 2011 Census, Department for State and Pensions

Nearby Schools

Shenstone village is largely served by Greysbrooke Primary School on Barnes Road. Prior to this, the Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ school was located on Birmingham Road, where the Greysbrooke cul-de-sac currently sits, and where Shenstone Lodge School is currently situated. These primary schools feed into over 21 nearby secondary schools boasted by the Greater Lichfield area.

Getting Around

For local and public transport, Shenstone is served largely by its railway station on the Cross-City railway line. This provides easy routes between Redditch, Lichfield, and Birmingham, including a fast commuting service. The village also has a routine bus service operated by Central Buses, which runs throughout the week under the number 35B and calls at Walsall, Aldridge, Druids Heath, Stonnall, Shenstone and Lichfield.

Local Shops

Much to the enjoyment of its residents, Shenstone boasts 4 public houses: The Railway, The Fox & Hounds, The Bull's Head and The Plough. These friendly and welcoming establishments serve the community both as regular watering holes and respected eateries. Aside from these, Shenstone houses a wide variety of restaurants from larger chains to locally owned businesses.

The heart of the village has many amenities to offer, including local shops, a large Tesco store, a doctor’s surgery, a chemist, a dentist, and a post office. With the larger cities of Lichfield and Birmingham always nearby, you’ll never feel like you’re without.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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