Dorrington is a large village in [[Shropshire]], [[England]], located 6 miles (10 km) south of [[Shrewsbury]]. The population of the village was estimated as being 619 in 2008.ref
The [[Cound Brook]] flows to the east of the village, and to the southwest is [[Netley Hall]] & [[Netley Old Hall Farm]]. The [[A49 road]] runs through the village, which has a number of businesses located both in a small business park and along the main road. There are two [[public house]]s, a [[Persian cuisine]] restaurant, a [[convenience store]], a [[butchers]], a [[post office]] and numerous other small businesses. There is also a [[primary school]], a village hall and a church (dedicated to ) in the village.
The village did once have a [[railway station]] on the [[Shrewsbury and Hereford Railway]]. The station is now closed, although the modern [[Welsh Marches Line]] still runs through the village. On the site of the station's goods yard, which is located just to the east of the village, is now an [[oil depot]] and a [[...|plant]] hire depot.