Welcome to Loppington
Loppington is a typical small Shropshire village, situated about 3 miles west of Wem.
The village features a number of notable buildings. Our church, St Michael’s and All Angels, dates back to the 12C with various later additions and there are a number of houses dating back to the 16C.
Loppington House, the former home of the village’s principal land owners, the Dickin family, is pre-Victorian, while the Village Hall run by a group of dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers was once the village’s own school. Built in 1851, it closed in 1983 when it was enlarged and converted for its current use.
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