Ledbury, in the east of the county, is a quintessential market town dating from the 17th century, and is named after the River Leadon, one of the five rivers flowing through the county. Half-timbered, black and white buildings set the tone in the centre of town, and the 200 foot high detached church spire is the highest in the county. There are a number of major visitor attractions such as Eastnor Castle and the Market House nearby. Ideally located close to the striking Malvern Hills, Ledbury and Leominster benefit from communications by road and rail, with direct rail links to London Paddington and Birmingham.
Leominster, known as ‘the Town in the Marches’, is a ‘black and white’ town, so-called because of the distinctive local architecture. Dating back to the seventh century, the town features the Priory Church, which was founded in 663. In the town you will find a wide variety of small shops, bustling cafes and pubs, as well as numerous antiques shops that make Leominster the ideal place to spend a lazy afternoon strolling around in very pleasant surroundings.
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