Montford Parish is located approx 5 miles north west of Shrewsbury and contains the villages of Montford, Shrawardine and Montford Bridge with the village of Fitz further to the East.
Montford is located on the north bank of the River Severn between Montford Bridge and Shrawardine.
Completed in 1738, St Chads Church, Montford contains the remains of Charles Darwin's parents, Susannah and Robert and his two sisters.
Shrawardine landmarks include Shrawardine Castle and St Mary's Church. The castle, known as Castell Isabella by the Anglo-Normans, was built in the reign of Henry I of England, and dismantled in 1645.From the top there is a wonderful panoramic view of the Welsh Marches.
The River Severn passes to the west of the village.
The remains of Castle Isabelle
Located one mile from Montford, Montford Bridge lies to the East of the Parish and contains the bridge that gives the village its name.
Designed by Thomas Telford and completed in 1792.