Shropshire & Herefordshire villages

by Haines, George H.

Publisher: Hale in London

Written in English
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Statement[by] George H. Haines ; photographs by the author.
SeriesThe village series
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Open LibraryOL21000818M

Come and explore the undiscovered and under-populated paradise of the Marches, a feast of rural treasures across South Shropshire, North Herefordshire and mid-Wales on the doorstep. Beautiful black and white timber villages, orchards and independent cider producers, forests, rivers, historic gardens, dynamic towns like Ludlow, Tenbury Wells.   Borders are an interesting place so even though I live on the Welsh borders near Bishop's Castle I wanted to set the book further down, nearer to Herefordshire." The book will be sold at Art. Identical twins, Victor and Albert, will be creating a virtual village hall variety show – live from Albert’s living room! Victor and Albert’s comical show is being performed on the 7th November as part of the [email protected] initiative, which brings live performances to living rooms across Shropshire, Herefordshire and surrounding areas.   The rural touring scheme partners with local people to organise over 1, events each year in Shropshire and Herefordshire, including live music, theatre, dance and storytelling shows.

Shropshire (or ; alternatively Salop; abbreviated, in print only, Shrops) is a county in the West Midlands of England. It borders Wales to the west, Cheshire to the north, Staffordshire to the east, Worcestershire to the south-east and Herefordshire to the south. Shropshire Council was created in , a unitary authority taking over from the previous county council and five district councils. Cycling holidays in Herefordshire and Wye Valley. They all start from our base at Petchfield farm, near Ludlow. Cycling holidays through old cider orchards, and the quiet river valleys of the Arrow and the Lugg. The southern boundary to this area is marked by the dramatic River Wye. Ludford is a small village and civil parish in south Shropshire, England. The parish is situated adjacent to the market town of Ludlow and was, until , partly in Herefordshire. Ludford,_Shropshire - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia. - Pictures of castles from around Shropshire taken by John and Mike Hayward. See more ideas about Shropshire, Castle pictures, Pictures pins.

With private bathrooms accompanying each double bedroom, this is the ideal getaway for groups of couples or larger families looking to take a mini-break in the world-renowned topography and historic local towns of the Hereford-Shropshire border. Shropshire & Herefordshire villages (The Village series) by George H. Haines: The Smile of a Ghost by Phil Rickman: A Sword to the Heart by Barbara Cartland: Tatters of the King by Tim Wiseman: The Thorne Maze by Karen Harper: To Dream of the Dead by Phil Rickman: To Ruin a Queen by Fiona Buckley: as Herefordshire, England: Victoria Cross by. Bucknell is a village and civil parish in south Shropshire, England. The village lies on the River Redlake, within yards ( m) of the River Teme and close to the border of Wales and Herefordshire. It is about 6 miles ( km) east of Knighton and is set within the Shropshire .

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The Herefordshire Village Book (The Villages of Britain) Paperback – January 1, by Herefordshire Federation of Women's Institutes (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings/5(3).

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HIDDEN PLACES OF HEREFORDSHIRE, WORCESTERSHIRE and SHROPSHIRE: A beautifully illustrated guide Author: Peter Long. Leintwardine was a hundred at the time of the Domesday Book, which was regarded as a Shropshire hundred and which spanned north into present-day Shropshire (along the vicinity of the Roman road towards Wroxeter) as well as south into present-day Herefordshire.

This hundred did not survive long after Domesday, and the village and other places in the hundred's southern half later in medieval. How To Get To Herefordshire: Taking The Black And White Villages Trail The county of Herefordshire is known for its agriculture, beautiful countryside and splendid isolation from most big cities.

Save for the cathedral city of Hereford, the whole county is a network of small towns, villages and hamlets. Map of places in Herefordshire compiled from this list See List of places in England for settlements in other counties.

Hereford. Ross-on-Wye. Leominster. Ledbury. Kington. Some of the larger settlements of Herefordshire. This is a list of cities, towns and villages in the county of Herefordshire, England.

Village. The village features St. Cuthbert's parish River Clun flows just to the west of the village and can be crossed here by Clungunford Bridge. There are no pubs or shops in present times.

There is a once famous tea rooms - called Rocke Cottage (formerly called Bird on the Rock) - which is just over the river from the village in the neighbouring hamlet of Abcott. Rushbury village, about twelve miles north of Ludlow, nestles under Wenlock Edge, in the picturesque south Shropshire valley of Apedale, appropriately more details.

St Michaels At Worcestershire's most westerly tip, close to the point where the county meets its neighbours Shropshire and Herefordshire, lies the village of St M more details.

Big in size and charm, but small in numbers, Shropshire is a hilly and rural county on the border with Wales. The settlements are old, often ancient, and always well cared-for. Ludlow and Shrewsbury are a delight, but you could point to anywhere on the map and find a picturesque village or market town close by.

In these once tempestuous borderlands are more than 30 castles, surviving. Map of places in Shropshire compiled from this list See the list of places in England for places in other counties.

This is a list of towns and villages in the ceremonial county of Shropshire, list includes those places in Telford and with town status are shown in bold.

Lingen / ˈ l ɪ ŋ ən / is a village and civil parish, situated in the wooded hills of Herefordshire, England in the Welsh Marches near to the border with Wales and close to the larger village of ed in the north-west corner of the county, Lingen parish includes the hamlets of Deerfold, Limebrook, Birtley and lies on the Limebrook which runs into the River Lugg south.

The Black & White Village Trail is a motor/cycle route through some of the prettiest villages and most beautiful landscape in England. The 40 mile circular trail leads west from the ancient town of Leominster, through a rich landscape of orchards, hopyards and distant hills, taking in the most picturesque black and white villages along the way.

The Downton Estate stretches for nearly 5, acres across the picturesque hilly and wooded countryside of Herefordshire and Shropshire. The market town of Ludlow is just four miles away and is an architectural gem, with a historic castle perched on a cliff looking out above the River Teme.

Hotels in Shropshire & Herefordshire. Along the border with Wales, Shropshire is one of England's least spoilt counties. The county town of Shrewsbury has many historic timber-framed buildings dating from the 16th century and an ancient sandstone castle. Shropshire is the least densely populated county in England and has no cities but 22 towns.

If there’s one word to describe Herefordshire it’s “unspoiled”. And for once this is no exaggeration. Instead of commuter towns or conurbations there’s just the historic city of Hereford, embedded in rolling farmland and surrounded by little market towns and villages that time forgot.

Black and white half-timbered houses are a Hereford trademark, and almost every village and town has. Leave Hereford on the A and head north west through gently rolling countryside towards Kington and the Welsh border.

Lookout for the B and follow signs to Weobley, a picture-book ancient village with an unsurpassed collection of black-and-white buildings with huge timber frames that overhang the streets. The England–Wales border, sometimes referred to as the Wales–England border or the Anglo–Welsh border, is the border between England and Wales, two constituent countries of the United Kingdom.

It runs for miles ( km) from the Dee estuary, in the north, to the Severn estuary in the south. It has followed broadly the same line since the 8th century, and in part that of Offa's Dyke. Herefordshire Herefordshire is a county in the West Midlands region of England, located along the border with e the castles.

Herefordshire was, until the late Middle Ages, a battle ground between the Welsh and the English. The village information above is taken from The Herefordshire Village Book, written by members of the Herefordshire Federation of Women's Institutes and published by Countryside Books.

Click on the link Countryside Books to view Countryside's range of other local titles. in the county of Herefordshire ( miles, km, direction SW) Pembridge, is one of the prettiest villages in Herefordshire, it is thrice blessed for it stands in a trio of black and white villages famed for an abundance of quaint cottages and graceful houses Clun (43 Pictures) in the county of Shropshire ( miles, km, direction W).

All places. This page simply lists all places mentioned in Domesday Book. You may prefer to use the map.

Finance chiefs from Shropshire Council have been told by bosses in Herefordshire that they will not be paid back a £ million grant for a roads. Shropshire, England, Extracted Church of England Parish Records, [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Operations Inc, Ludford is a small village and civil parish in south Shropshire, parish is situated adjacent to the market town of Ludlow and was, untilpartly in Herefordshire.

The village is situated on the south bank of the River Teme, with Ludlow on the north bank, and is connected to the town by the grade I listed Ludford Bridge.

The village is geologically notable with its Ludford Corner. I'm Nth Herefordshire/Sth Shropshire and love living here. We've been in the area for 20 years and don't want to be anywhere else. Hereford is struggling a bit at the moment with quite a few shops closing, but in general it's ok and has the usual stuff, but for more exotic shopping you'd need to go to Cheltenham/Shrewsbury etc.

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Books on Herefordshire. Books on Hay, Montgomery and Radnorshire. Books on Mercia and the Welsh Marches. Books on Shropshire. In she gained a doctorate from Wolverhampton University for a thesis on four small Shropshire towns (Shifnal, Wellington, Wem and Whitchurch) in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.They are located in glorious countryside on the Shropshire / Herefordshire border just seven miles from the historic town of Ludlow and five miles to the Welsh border.

The co. Location: Ludlow, Shropshire, England ( miles, km, direction N). A joint statement from Public Health England (PHE) Midlands and Herefordshire Council said employees were being asked to remain on the farm during the period of isolation.