Shrewley Parish, in the Forest of Arden in rural Warwickshire, lies about five miles
north-west of Warwick and consists of Shrewley Common, Little Shrewley, Hatton Station,
Five Ways Road and part of Case Lane.
Chiltern Railways stop at Hatton Station with connections to London Marylebone, Birmingham
and Stratford upon Avon, and the M40 motorway runs close to the western boundary.
The Grand Union Canal also passes through a tunnel under Shrewley Common and there
is a marina at Hatton Station.
The Parish also has The Case is Altered in Case Lane, a welcoming unspoilt pub with
great character, which has been a regular entry in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for
The pub hosts regular Cribbage evenings and Shove Ha’penny nights and a very successful
annual Beer Festival.
Shrewley Common has a thriving Village Shop and Post Office, and The Durham Ox, a
traditional 18th century inn and restaurant with large gardens
The cutting on the approach to the tunnel on the north side is a designated site
of special scientific interest.
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