The village of Shareshill is located adjacent to the A460 a few miles north-east of Wolverhampton, between two motorway junctions: M6 junction 11 one mile to the north and M54 junction 1 one and a half miles to the south.
Shareshill has a rich history rural setting with a network of rights of way with popular walking routes.

The village has managed to retain it's school, pre-school, pub, shop and church, plus community groups such as the WI and Shareshill Bowling Club.

For many years the village hosted a Steam and Vintage Fayre which attracted vehicle enthusiasts from around the Midlands.
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Shareshill Community Events Committee

Click here to see this year's programme of events.
Shareshill wins Lichfield Diocese Churchyard of the Year 2023
This is thanks entirely to the work of volunteers throughout the year; augmented by five Church Yard Clean Up Saturday mornings open to anyone willing to help.
The 2024 schedule is: 16th March, 11th May, 13th July, 14th Sept and 9th Nov.
All help is welcome between 10:00 and 12:00. Please bring your own tools.

For details of all services at Shareshill Church click here.

Church Roof Crisis Click here for more information
Further updates regarding the Shareshill Church will be posted here.
Shareshill now has 2 defibrillators; one on the outside wall of the village hall, the other by the shop.
To access either one in an emergency dial 999 and ask the ambulance service for the code to open the box.
St Mary and St Luke’s Church, Shareshill and Featherstone

A public meeting will take place on the future of this church building on
Tuesday 6th August 2024 from 7:30pm
at St Mary and St Luke’s Church, Church Road, Shareshill, Wolverhampton. WV10 7LA

For any enquiries please contact the Revd Helen Duckett,
Interim Minister of Essington, Featherstone and Shareshill

The churchyard will remain open.
Help to stop "Fly Tipping" on our lanes
Householders can take their domestic and garden rubbish to their local tip/refuse centre FREE of charge. Bulky items can be collected by the council for which there will be a charge Sadly there are a few idiots who prefer to dump on our lanes instead. like this guy found out!

Envirocrime fixed penalty notices have been increased. Fly tipping fines have gone up from £400 to £1000
Householders have a responsibility to ensure their waste is only transferred to an authorised person, ie someone with a waste carriers licence. If you don't check it could cost you the new "duty of care" fixed penalty fine of £600 if traced back to your address.
If you are having garden, drive or landscape work done only employ a firm with an office you can visit. "Cowboy operators" are cheap because they take away your waste and dump it in one of our lanes, often blocking it.
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AUDITED Accounts for year ending March 2022


Havergal School
South Staffordshire Council
Report fly tipping, litter etc.

Shareshill Community Shop
Staffordshire County Council
Report a pothole

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