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The southernmost village in South Staffordshire, Kinver occupies an enviable position in the valley of the River Stour, nestling beneath the rocky outcrop of Kinver Edge. The Edge is owned by the National Trust and contains the Rock Houses, dwellings formed within the sandstone caves and occupied until the early 1960's.
Kinver village and the Edge have always been popular with visitors from the Black Country and further afield and in the holiday season, many boaters from the Staffordshire and Worcester Canal stroll along the High Street for its shops.
Kinver's attractions are complemented by many pubs and restaurants serving real ale and good food, and the annual carnival is a colourful event.