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.

People must not meet socially with friends and family indoors in any setting unless they live with them or have formed a support bubble with them. This includes private homes, and any other indoor venues such as pubs and restaurants.

Care homes will also be asked to restrict visiting to essential visits only and will be encouraged to continue to provide “virtual” contact between residents and their family and friends.
To book a test using the national portal visit or call 119.

This year the village marked Remembrance Sunday by the tolling of a church bell at 11 o' clock.
A dozen people had independantly gathered by the war memorial and observed the two minute silence.
It was also tolled at 11 o'clock on Wednesday 11th November to mark the 102nd anniversary of the Armistice.
View names on Shareshill war memorials

Shareshill Parish council meetings will be held remotely via ZOOM. Members of the public wishing to raise issues can either contact to clerk by email or speak to Bob Cope (chairman) 01922 414420.
The next meeting is scheduled for Monday 14th December 2020
South Staffs Council Helpline for the over 70s and "vulnerable" residents" or phone 01902 696499

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Staffordshire County Council
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Shareshill Parish Council has TWO vacancies; please contact parish clerk Sian Carpenter if you wish to put yourself forward to be co-opted on.