Historic village and over 300 acres of countryside
Welcome to Kinver!
Situated just outside the Black Country at the very south of South Staffordshire and bordering Worcestershire and Shropshire, Kinver is an oasis of calm and a popular place to escape busy life.
With plenty of pubs, shops and restaurants, it has something for everyone.
KinverOnline is currently getting a re-fit, but you can take part in the conversation over at the KinverOnline Facebook page.
Following consultation with the local business community, and with the financial assistance of a ‘High Street Recovery Fund’ grant from South Staffordshire District Council the Parish Council are planning to trial a local market in Kinver. The purpose of the market is...
Kinver Parish Council are just starting the process of creating a Neighbourhood Plan. Making the Plan is an opportunity for the community to develop a vision for Kinver, and use this to affect future developments. The Plan can help to protect our landscape...
Our Warm Homes funding is available for full central heating stalls across South Staffordshire. So if you’re struggling with high costs from storage heaters or perhaps no heating at all, please give us a call – we could help. Call us for to see if you qualify –...
Kinver Rotary Club’s traditional Christmas sleigh tour of Kinver, Enville, and parts of Wollaston and Wall Heath and its visits to supermarkets and local schools have all been cancelled due to the Corona virus. It was recognised a few weeks ago that the house-to-house...
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While we build the directory, we’re just asking for local businesses to upload their details now. You will be contacted when your listing is live.
What’s On In Kinver
Kinver Organisations and Clubs
Kinver has dozens of clubs and organisations, read about them here.
kinver eco collective
Find out about Kinver’s group of individuals pushing for a more sustainable lifestyle.
Kinver hosts dozens of great events throughout the year, read about them here.
The National Trust manages the Kinver Rock Houses which is visited by over 70,000 every year.