Edgmond has one public place of worship at St. Peter's Church (C of E). The Methodist Chapel on Shrewsbury Road closed in May 2016.
There is a notice board inside the porch of the church with details of services.
For more information see the website for St Peter's Church.
Edgmond is fortunate in having a busy and successful Primary School located in the middle of the village on Stackyard Lane. The original village school was on School Road adjacent to St Peter's Church. When the number of children attending the school outgrew this building, a second site was established where the current school now stands, and for some years the two separate sites operated. The old school was finally closed down in the late 1990's and since then all year groups have been on the same site. For more information about the school please visit St Peter's Primary School website:
Edgmond has a children's day nursery immediately adjacent to the school. Please see the Edgmond Owls website for more information.
The Village Hall is located on Shrewsbury Road. It hosts a number of clubs, classes and Groups. The Snooker Club is attached to the Village Hall. More information is available on the Village Hall website.
The club was formed in 1974 following the green being laid by the then Wrekin District Council. Interest in the sport started to increase and in 1976 a team was entered in the Mid Shropshire Bowling League. As time progressed and skills improved more teams were entered in other leagues. The club now has several teams, bowling many evenings of the week during the summer.
The clubhouse was built in 1989 by club members and friends and has a lounge, kitchen, toilets and a well stocked bar. Edgmond Bowling Club is a family club which endeavours to promote the game of Crown Green Bowls. The green is situated off the playing field car park opposite the Village Hall. For more details contact Graham by email: EBC0074@gmail.com
Edgmond Wildlife Group
This is a local wildlife conservation group set up in 2020. The mission of the Group is to find projects that in the local area that will increase the value of natural assets for use by the human and wildlife community. Underlying the practical work of this Group is the need to conserve and improve village open spaces, paths and lanes as well as improving other local wildlife habitats. All ages are welcome to join and get involved. Contact Jon Lloyd at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Edgmond Wildlife Group FB page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/edgmondwildlifegroup
The Group is also on Nextdoor Edgmond.
More information can be found on their website: https://www.edgmondwildlife.com/
Edgmond Snooker Club
The Snooker Club is located at the end of the Village Hall. It has two full sized tables and has an active membership. For more information please contact James Cooper on 01952 811842 or call into Lea Brothers Garage to talk to him.
Edgmond Hall is a converted Georgian farm owned and run by Sandwell Borough Council. It provides a wide range of residential and day-visit learning experiences for groups of all ages. If you see a small group of children out in the village they are most likely to be from the Hall. For more information see the website for Edgmond Hall.
Edgmond is fortunate in having a large playing field in the centre of the village. The field is set out for football in the winter and cricket in the summer. The sports pavilion is owned and run by Telford & Wrekin Council. Sadly, the village does not have its own cricket or football team at the moment but the pitches are used by visiting teams. If you want to book the pitch or make an enquiry there is more information on T&W website.
The village has one play area and a multi-use games area (MUGA). The play area is located behind the Bowling Club - just follow the path alongside the Bowling Club and you will come to it. The MUGA is located just beyond the sports pavilion. Both amenities are maintained by T&W Council.
Harper Adams University offers facilities for hire by local groups. These include:
* time restrictions apply.
The prices are charged on an hourly rate, a full price list is available from the Conferences Department (01952 815324) who should be contacted first both during and outside of term time.
The Students' Union Gym also has a limited number of spaces for external members which are accepted on a case by case basis. If you wish to join the gym, please contact Student Services on 01952 815442. Mandatory inductions are required that can be completed during working hours Monday-Friday.
The library at Harper Adams is available to members of the public for reference purposes only. There is no need to register - simply walk in and enjoy the wide range of reading material available.
The Arriva bus route that used to get you into Newport and Shrewsbury was reduced to a school-only route from Sep 2020. The route will be reserved for students only and will display route number S521.
The new (Feb 2023) timetable for buses to and from Wellington may be seen here.
Wrekin Connect bus services are supported by Telford & Wrekin Council and offer the opportunity for people living in the rural area of Telford & Wrekin to access transport and get to the services and facilities they need. Wrekin Connect buses are all fully accessible. A number of the services also connect to the larger commercial bus routes for onward travel to the main towns both within Telford and Wrekin and beyond. The bus stop is at The Lion pub. Phone 01952 384831 for more information. Click here to access the T&W website.
Dial a Ride is operated by T&W Council for those unable to use the Wrekin Connect service. There is more information on the website.
The RVS Helpline offer a voluntary driver service for those who cannot get about easily, with lifts to hospital, doctors appointments, shopping and much more, for a small fee to cover fuel. The driver will normally wait for you for up to two hours. The phone line is open 9.00am - 1.00pm Mon -Fri.
Drivers are always desperately needed if you have spare time in the week. Call 01952 820599
Edgmond currently has one pub open, a Village Shop & Post Office combined and a Garage.
The Scouts, Cubs & Beavers meet at the Village Hall. They have their own website.
The Guides meet at the Village Hall. They have their own website. Click here for more information.
The Women’s Institute & Mother’s Union both meet regularly at the Village Hall. Check the Village Hall website or noticeboard for more information.
The Edgmond Toddler Group meets at the Village Hall. Check the village hall website for more information.
Edgmond Village Shotokan Karate Club has its own website. Click on this link to open.
The French Group meets at the Village Hall. Call Gwyn Jones on 01952 813433 for more information.
There is a weekly Art Class held at the Village Hall. Email here for more information.
A weekly Drama Group uses the Village Hall. Email for more information.
For Table Tennis at the Village Hall use this email address.
For all groups that use the Village Hall the Village Hall website may have more information.
The Snooker Club is linked to the Village Hall - see above for details.
The Bowling Club information is above.
If you want to contact the Bellringers contact Helen Morby (Rector) in the first instance 01952 820217.
The Choir can be contacted through Colin Brown 01952 550164