Enville is a small village in rural Staffordshire, England, on the A458 road between Stourbridge and Bridgnorth. Enville is also the name of the parish in which it lies. The earliest recorded name of the village was Efnefeld, and under that name it is entered in Domesday Book, the first part comes from the Welsh ‘cefn’ a Welsh word meaning “ridge” or “hillside”. The nearby Kinver derives from the same word.
The tiny village consists of The Cat public house, a post office, a general store, an antique shop and around 100 houses. St Mary’s Church stands to the west of the village. The present ornate tower was built in 1871, when the original tower was taken down. Evidence of an earlier church on the site is to be found in a small stone figure of Saxon origin built into the arcading above the south aisle. The church has a Norman nave (about AD 1100) and a transitional chancel (built by Roger de Birmingham, AD 1272-1307) and despite extensive restorations in 1749 and 1871 the distinguishing features remain. The church also contains four, 15th century misericords, which are placed on either side of the choir stalls.
Kinver village is only a 5 minute drive away which has an infant school, junior school and high school, doctors, 2 dentists, shops etc. There is an abundance of footpaths and bridleways on the Estate.
Set in the beautiful rolling countryside of South Staffordshire at the foot of the National Trust’s Kinver Edge, The Cat Inn, with our well-kept selection of Enville Ales along with constantly changing guest beers, is a haven for beer lovers and a well-situated watering hole for cyclists and walkers alike.
Please go to our “Ales” page to see what we have on offer this week and also what’s coming soon.
We offer welcoming open fires in winter-time and a beautifully picturesque courtyard and garden for sunny days.
If you enjoy good food made from fresh locally sourced ingredients cooked in the pub, then we think this handsome village establishment will tick all your boxes.
Please feel free to bring your dogs too, we are a very dog-friendly pub!
Set in the picturesque Staffordshire countryside on the edge of Kinver village, The Fox Inn dates back to the late 18th century.With beautiful surroundings, real ale and traditional food on offer you won’t be disappointed.
Sunday lunch is extremely popular at The Fox Inn, a great way to relax with the family after a long week.
There are a range of Shops in the local area including:
9 Bridgnorth Rd, Enville, Stourbridge, DY7 5HA
Tel: 01384 872408
|Monday||8am – 1pm, 2 – 5:30pm|
|Tuesday||8am – 1pm, 2 – 5:30pm|
|Wednesday||8am – 1pm, 2 – 5:30pm|
|Thursday||8am – 1pm, 2 – 5:30pm|
|Friday||8am – 1pm, 2 – 5:30pm|
|Saturday||8am – 1pm|
|Sunday||8 – 11:30am|
Opening times may please check before travelling.
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Brindley Heath Junior School is located in the village of Kinver in the West Midlands and welcoming school for pupils ages 7 to 11 from Kinver village and the surrounding area.
Enville Rd, Kinver, Stourbridge DY7 6AA
Tel: 01384 872343
Kinver High School is a thriving and successful secondary school and Sixth Form providing for about 600 students with a history of excellence based on our core values of hard work, discipline and high aspirations.
They believe that:-
Enville Rd, Kinver, Stourbridge DY7 6AA
Tel: 01384 686900
Enville have been brewing quality cask ales for the licensed trade since 1993 and the range has grown as demand for variety has encouraged us to introduce ales which satisfy a wide range of tastes.
Reverend Martin Soar
Mob 07952 610677 (Vicar in Enville)
Tel 01384 872312 (Church Warden)
8.00 am Holy Communion – Every Sunday
11.00 am Holy Communion – 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday
11.00 am Pot Luck – 2nd and 4th Sunday
6.30 pm Evensong – Every Sunday
Based in the small village of Kinver and our Dental Surgeons have over 30 combined years of experience in dentistry.
A British Dental Association Gold Standard Practice and are committed to providing excellent quality dentistry and care for our patients.
Tel: 01384 872725
15 Enville Road, Staffordshire, DY7 6AB
A private members club and was founded in 1935 with a nine hole course. The facilities were gradually extended over a period of years until 1983, when two eighteen hole courses were completed. 2010 saw the addition of one of the finest most extensive practice facilities in the Midlands.
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