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Ashperton stands on an old Roman way between the Hereford/Worcester and Hereford/Ledbury roads. It is now the main Gloucester/Leominster route and alt…
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To the east of Putley lies the parish of Aylton. The population is small and scattered amongst 27 houses. The church dates from the 12th century and s…
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Situated about eight miles east of Ledbury, Berrow, the next parish to Birtsmorton, has a fine medieval church with a Norman nave, chancel and doorway…
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Birtsmorton is situated about ten miles east of Ledbury. It has a delightful timbered house, Birtsmorton Court, with a moat all round, which is partly…
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Bishops Frome
The approach to Bishops Frome from the west, on the main Hereford-Worcester road, crosses the built up embankment over the flood plain of the little r…
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Bosbury is situated four miles from Ledbury and is a rural community with a population of about 800. It is one of the most important hop-growing centr…
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Canon Frome
Canon Frome, in a beautiful valley of some 1,050 acres of rich farmland, is superbly situated west of the Malvern Hills.

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Castle Frome
Castle Frome is situated twelve miles north-east of Hereford. It occupies about 1.500 acres and it is named after a wooden castle which stood on the h…
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Colwall Green
The most spectacular approach to the ancient parish and village of Colwall is by way of the Wyche cutting through the Malvern Hills, originally a trac…
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Just within the Herefordshire boundary from Worcestershire, the village – about 7 miles from Ledbury – is protected by the beautiful Malvern Hills and…
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Dymock is well known for its profusion of wild daffodils blooming in the spring. The village, about seven miles south of Ledbury, has many attractions…
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Eastnor is situated on the Tewkesbury road, two miles from the market town of Ledbury. This delightful village, with many half-timbered cottages in be…
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The parish of Eldersfield formed part of what was known as Malvern Chase – a forest which stretched from the Malvern Hills to the river Severn, and is…
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Situated about ten miles northeast of Ledbury, Guarlford as a parish is quite modern, only about 150 years old, but the district has been inhabited si…
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Hanley Castle
Hanley’s castle was built on the orders of King John, probably as a sort of royal hunting lodge, and later in its history passed to the Earl of Warwic…
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Holdfast, anciently written Holefast, of which the first part of the name means Hollow, alludes to its situation. It is surrounded by Queenhill Bank a…
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Kempley is situated about nine miles south of Ledbury. In 1086 Kempley had ten villagers, seven smallholders with twelve ploughs and seven slaves. In …
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Longdon lies in the south of Worcestershire, bordering on Gloucestershire, about ten miles east of Ledbury. Its boundaries are extensive. The village …
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Malvern Wells
Malvern Wells and The Wyche are situated a few miles north of Ledbury on the eastern side of the 9 mile long Malvern Hills which form apart of the bou…
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Mathon / West Malvern
Mathon is a small village nestling in the valley on the west side of the Malvern Hills, and designated ‘a village of natural beauty’.

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Monkhide is a hamlet of Yarkhill, lying between Hereford and Ledbury. Running through is the old Hereford-Gloucester canal with three bridges to cross…
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Much Cowarne
Much Cowarne stands on a south-west facing slope of 3,535 acres about nine miles northwest of Ledbury.

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Much Marcle
Surrounded by apple trees and hops, Much Marcle offers visitors of all ages a warm Herefordshire welcome – and plenty to see and do.

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Munsley has no nucleus of houses surrounding the church or pub. It is a parish of about 1,482 acres adjoining Ashperton on one side and Bosbury the ot…
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Newent is situated about twelve miles south of Ledbury. Many of the beautiful timber-framed buildings date from Elizabethan times a the very attractiv…
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Parkway is a small hamlet situated south of Ledbury on the A417 road to the M50 motorway and Gloucester. It is sparsely populated with no church, scho…
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Poolbrook, about eight miles northeast of Ledbury, is today one of the outlying districts of Malvern. While it has always been influenced by its large…
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Though technically just over the official boundary line, Preston is included here as its WI belongs to the Herefordshire Federation. The village has c…
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Putley was once described in a newspaper report of the late 1920s as a ‘most immoral parish’ .This came about at a session of Ledbury Revision Court w…
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The hill that rises out of the valley of the Severn is called Queenhill ? about ten miles east of Ledbury. It does not take its name from any Royal Qu…
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The village of Ripple lies on the southern edge of the county, bordering Gloucestershire 10 miles east of Ledbury. The name Ripple derives from the No…
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Staunton is situated about ten miles southeast of Ledbury. Between Staunton Cross and the church the road is lined with cottages and houses large and …
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Stoke Edith & Tarrington
‘Lusty Tarrington, lively Stoke, beggars at Weston, thieves at Woolhope’, so goes the ancient rhyme. Tarrington and Stoke Edith, however, lie in beaut…
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Stretton Grandison
Stretton Grandison is situated eight miles east of Hereford on the A 417 with a population of about 250 people. It is in the fertile Frome valley whic…
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The Wyche (South Malvern)
The Wyche and Malvern Wells are situated a few miles north of Ledbury on the eastern side of the 9 mile long Malvern Hills which form apart of the bou…
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Upper Welland
At the turn of the century, Upper Welland ? midway between Great Malvern and Ledbury off the A449 – was as thriving a small community as nearby Wellan…
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What was it about Welland that made the family of gypsy travellers decide in the 1920s and 1930s to settle there? Perhaps to them it represented the t…
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West Malvern
West Malvern, about eight miles northeast of Ledbury, is far from being the typical English village. Instead of thatched cottages clustered gently aro…
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The village of Woolhope, perched on a south-east slope, amid wooded ridges and fertile valleys, is situated in a triangle between Hereford, Ross-on-Wy…
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Yarkhill is a village on the Hereford-Worcester road, about eight miles northwest of Ledbury. The church has a medieval tower with battered gargoyles …
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