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Area: Herefordshire

'Several local shops including Shobdon Post Office and Stores, Griffiths Garage in Leintwardine and Yarpole Village Shop and Post Office (in the church) sell maps and local walking guides. A quick ...
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'The first Herefordshire Walking Festival was organised in 2002 to signal that the county was open for walking again after the foot and mouth epidemic in 2001 brought tourism in such a rur ...
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Category Herefordshire

'To promote sustainable tourism and to help to preserve Kington's unique atmosphere, in 2011 the Chamber of Trade, with support from Herefordshire Council and Kington Town Council, established ...
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'There is a choice of paths and waymarked trails around the country park which follow easy access stone or woodchip surfaced paths. Queenswood is situated at the t ...
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Category Hereford

'Herefordshire is a wonderful place to walk, and whatever your preference, you should find a walk to suit you ... There are the slopes of the Black Mountains and the Marches (Clodock, Kington ), th ...
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Category Herefordshire

'Sponsored by the Wye Valley Brewery, Visit Herefordshire, PGL Travel Ltd, and the Ross on Wye Town Council.'


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'Ross has a reputation for being a friendly town. It has a large number of small, locally owned, specialist shops selling quality goods combined with excellent customer service. In this sector Ross ...
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'Breinton lies two miles to the west of Hereford, and is really a collection of hamlets: Warham, Upper Breinton, Lower Breinton, Breinton Common, Veldifer, and part of Swainshill. It has a ...
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Category Hereford

'Hereford is a cathedral city with the relaxed atmosphere of a country market town. Tucked away next to Wales it exudes warmth and happiness. The 12th century cathedral has a wealth of history, and ...
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Category Hereford

The Walks are: [1] Circular walk from Fownhope to Haugh Woods - - - :  [2] Cherry Hill and Tom Spring Memorial Walk - - - : [3] Fownhope to Mordiford via Even Pits - - - : [4] Monument Hill/Cherry ...
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'The city provides a remarkable collection of buildings, which illustrate the use of materials for construction and ornamentation, through the ages, and thus it provides and excellent backdrop to s ...
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Category Hereford

'Hereford combines the charm of the past with facilities of the present and its pedestrianised centre makes shopping and sightseeing a pleasure. The tourist, even when armed with map and guidebook, ...
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Category Hereford

Six Market Towns 'Bromyard ... Kington ... Ledbury ... Leominster ... Ross-on-Wye ... Weobley' (and of course Hereford itself).


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Category Herefordshire

'The Herefordshire countryside is renowned for its beautiful and varied landscape and the forum is helping to ensure that opportunities for access and exp ...
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Category Herefordshire

'Our Contractor on behalf of Herefordshire Council are responsible for maintaining the public rights of way network across the county. However, a scheme is in place which allows parish councils to ...
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Category Herefordshire

'Takes walkers through spectacular countryside enabling them to enjoy unequalled views across our county and neighbouring counties. The landscape varies from the Malvern Hills in the east to the Bl ...
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'The 37 bus from Hereford to Ross-on-Wye follows an old turnpike road dating from the 18th century by way of the picturesque village of Hoarwithy, situated in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Nat ...
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'The Ledbury Heritage Trail explores the ancient heart of Ledbury. The Trail is about half a mile long and is level throughout, making it suitable for wheelchair users.'


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'Route 41 runs between Newtown and Kington, via Knucklas and Knighton and is known as the “Offa Hopper”. As well as being the local service bus, it provides a service to walkers wanting to ...
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'The Original Ross Round (ORR) was established in 2004 but has now been extended with an additional loop to make a marathon distance of 26 miles and is known as The Ultimate Ross Round (URR).'


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'... During the Norman Conquest it was a stronghold for the anti-Norman rebels led by the legendary Edrik the Wild, Lord of Wigmore. Wigmore was eventually captured and given to the Mortimer Family ...
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'... The Woolhope Dome is a rim of hills and folds resulting from the underlying geology of silurian limestone. The limestone rock layer provides beneficial conditions for species-rich gra ...
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'There are great contrasts throughout the walk with firstly the Herefordshire villages including quite a lot of the old black and white houses. There are then the ...
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