Neen Savage is a small rural Parish located in south east Shropshire.
Neen Savage is situated to the north of the small market town of Cleobury Mortimer, off the B4363.
The Parish has in the region of 270 electors and 140 homes
(In 1911 the population was 385; The Religious Census of Shropshire of 1676 records there were in Neen Savage 194 Conformists and 6 Papists. The population would then probably be about 400. In 1801 there were 469 inhabitants, and in 1841 the population had increased to 490.)
The parish contains in the region of 3,808 acres.
Neen Savage has a Church – St. Mary’s and a Parish Hall. Just to the north of the Parish Hall is a Ford that dissects the River Rea.