Situated just over 2 miles from Craven Arms, Shropshire, in the vale of the river Clun,

Aston on Clun’s history goes as far back as the Bronze Age and is recorded in the Domesday Book as Esten. Aston’s famous buildings range from a Watermill, Round Houses, Court House to a Baptist Chapel.

Perhaps the most important day in Aston on Clun is Arbor Day. Celebrated on the last Sunday in May, and originally known as Oak Apple Day, it began in 1660 when King Charles II returned to the throne.

By the mid 1800’s this celebration was abolished in England apart from here and is believed to be the only place in the country to celebrate it.

Aston is a very well supported community with a well stocked village shop, run by volunteers, next to the village hall and a lovely village green.
The village hall hosts many activities, such as Flicks in the Sticks, dog training and chair yoga – for more information take a look at the Hopesay Parish website.


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Kangy COVID-19 Update

We Are Closed Until Further Notice


The government have issued their updated restrictions on how our industry may operate.

We have been vigilant with adhering to all given guidelines set out from reopening back in July.

Our efforts to help contain Coronavirus remains. Mindful of this, we will remain closed until the
tier system is reassessed and, hopefully, life gets easier for the life of a publican.

As operating procedures change, updates will be posted here.

Until our second reopening of the year (🤞), please stay safe, look after your neighbours and
remain optimistic.

Our current sufferings are a sacrifice for our future safety.