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Tel code: 01568 | code search
Postcode: HR6 | code search
Population: 11000
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Birthplace of:
George Newman
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Border Morris
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Mortimers Cross Inn
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Stockton Bury Gardens
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The Chequers
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Leominster is another market town on the Black and White Village Trail. Dating from the 7th century, its first recorded name is 'Llanllieni', the Welsh name meaning 'the church on the streams'. The area around Leominster has been the site of many battles; it was taken by the Welsh and then the Danes before being taken by Harold Godwinson for Edward the Confessor. In 1461 the decisive battle of the Wars of the Roses, the battle of Mortimer Cross took place a few miles from the town. Despite its turbulent past, Leominster prospered from the wool trade, owing to the superior quality of wool from its local Ryeland sheep. Leominsteręs history can been seen thoughout the town, retaining its medieval and Tudor characteristics, narrow streets and timber framing. School Lane being a fine example. The townęs most distinctive building is the unique Grange Court, built in 1633 by John Abel, the Kingęs carpenter. Previously this Market House stood at the intersection of Broad, High and Burgess Streets and was used as a Butter market. This was until its removal in 1853 when it was sold at auction for a bargain price of ę95 and moved to its present site, where it was used as a private residence until 1939. The Priory Church of Leominster was founded in 1123 , succeeding an earlier nunnery. All that remains of the monastic church are the two naves and the south aisle. The Church possesses several artefacts, one of which is a ducking stool, the last used in England in 1809. Present day Leominster has much to offer the visitor. It is a pleasant market town where on Fridays Corn Square is thronged with local people between the closely packed market stalls. Leominster is renowned for its abundance and variety of antique shops ranging from high quality antiques to cheerful bric-a-brac. Regular antique auctions are held at the Fine Art sales rooms off Ryelands Road.


D V Bottoms & Co
David Davies & Co
Moneywise Financial Solutions Ltd


Berrington Hall
Burton Court
Croft Castle
Dunkertons Cider Company
Hampton Court Gardens
Ivy Croft Garden & Nursery
Leominster Folk Museum
Lion Gallery
Mortimers Cross Water Mill and Battle Centre
Old Chapel Gallery
Pembridge Terracotta
Queenswood Arboretum and Country Park
Sheppards Stores Limited
Stockton Bury Gardens
Wigmore Castle (ruin)


Arrow Bank Holiday Park
Home Farm

Mortimers Cross Mill
Pearl Lake Leisure Park
Tadpole Field

Caravan Park

Arrow Bank Holiday Park
Pearl Lake Leisure Park
Townsend Touring Park


St Peter & St Paul Priory Church


Euphoria Nightclub


Buskwood Lodge
Woonton Court Farm


Church Street Dental Practice
Leominster Dental Access Centre


Kingsland & Orleton Practice
The Health Centre
The Marches Surgery

Farmers Market

Leominster Farmers Market

Golf Club


Holiday Park

Arrow Bank Holiday Park
Aymestrey Lodges


Bateman Arms

Mortimers Cross Inn
Talbot Hotel


Leominster Farmers Market
Leominster Market

Pub and Bar

Angel Inn
Bell Inn
Black Horse Coach House
Grape Vaults
Hop Pole Inn
Kings House
Lamb Inn
Royal Oak Hotel
The Chequers


Angel Inn
Grape Vaults
Jalalabad Akbari Cuisine
Kings House
Lamb Inn
Leominster Infant School

New Golden Dragon
Servants Hall Restaurant
The Chequers
The Merchants House


Leominster Infant School
Lucton School


Cornell & Co Solicitors
Humfrys & Symonds


Bizzy Cars
Goldline Taxis
Leominster Taxis & Travel
Marks Taxis
Minster Taxis
Runaround Taxis
Sunshine Taxis


Eye Veterinary Clinic
Teme Veterinary Practice

Sports Clubs

Herefordshire Women (Cricket)
Leominster Judo Club (Martial Arts)

Leominster Tennis Club (Tennis)
Luctonians CC (Cricket)


Wind and Sun
Dunkertons Cider Mill
Monkland Cheese Dairy
Aymestrey House Garden Centre
Westeaton Nurseries
Hintons Country & Garden
Queenswood Garden Products
Leominster Pet Centre
Dunkertons Cider
Hillside Herb Farm
WS and B Rees
Peter Meredith
Robin Elt
Barton Ward
Jemma Lucy

Lion Gallery
Holland and Barratt
Springfield Farm
Nitty Gritty Wholefoods
Survival Wholefoods
Hintons Country & Garden
Deanos Cafe Bar
OK Diner
The Granary Tearooms
Old Merchants House Tea Rooms & Antique Centre
Quarry Farm
R Bright Butchers
Westfield Walk Pharmacy
Central Bakery & Coffee Shop
Posies of Leominster
Rhea Gallery
Border Books
Hallmark Cards
Howard Moseley - Family Butcher
Leominster Dog Grooming Services


Linden House Antiques Centre


Grove Golf And Bowl(Bowling)
Meadow Bank(Riding)

Places to Stay near Leominster


Talbot Hotel (0.04 miles)

Talbot Hotel

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Town centre hotel, originally a 15th century coaching house sympathetically updated, oak beams and winter time log fire. Beautiful surrounding countryside, memorable for black and white timbered villages, ... More

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Rossendale House (0.15 miles)

Rossendale House

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Extremely comfortable and well appointed 17th Century townhouse in the centre of historic Leominster moments from all taverns, restaurants and facilities. Secure private parking for all guests.STRICTLY NON-SMOKING

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Grove Farm Direct (2.37 miles)

Grove Farm Direct
We are a small family livestock farm (40 acres) on the outskirts of the village of Kimbolton where we rear 30 Aberdeen Angus Cattle and breed Suffolk X Sheep.The farm is run under the "Farm ... More | visit website
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Woonton Court Farm (3.78 miles)

Woonton Court Farm

Enjoy traditional hospitality and experience authentic country life at our working family farm, Woonton Court, Leysters, Leominster We offer both bed and breakfast in our Tudor farmhouse and the freedom of self-catering in a comfortable converted ... More | visit website

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Mortimers Cross Inn (5.26 miles)

Mortimers Cross Inn

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This charming, family run, 12th century inn, set amidst beautiful countryside, boasts many original period features whilst offering you a wealth of modern conveniences for ... More

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Englands Gate Inn (5.63 miles)

The England's Gate is one of Herefordshire’s most picturesque inns featuring award winning food, local real ales and excellent service. This 16th century inn features roaring log fires in winter and a large sunken beer ... More | visit website
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Brockington Hall (5.73 miles)

Brockington Hall
If you are a busy executive or a family looking for accommodation for one or more nights Brockington Hall offers you an alternative choice. This a luxury home experience! Arrive at any time in the ... More | visit website
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Salwey Arms Hotel (6.12 miles)

Salwey Arms Hotel

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A traditional Inn on the Herefordshire / Shropshire border (A49) offering a warm welcome with great home cooked food and excellent service. All rooms have shower, wash basin, TV and ... More

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Bateman Arms (6.18 miles)

Bateman Arms

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The Bateman Arms, an 18th Century three storey Inn with rooms, is situated in the village of Shobdon in the unspoilt County of Herefordshire on the English, Welsh Border. The listed ... More


Holly Bush (6.67 miles)

Holly Bush

Three beautiful cottages, tastefully converted from 16th century farm buildings and located on a 500 acre working livestock farm in the scattered rural hamlet of Luntley. With exposed oak beams, trusses and wall timbers the ... More

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