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Credenhill is the place here in 1887 Percy Bulmer first picked apples from the garden of his father's rectory which led to the launch of the famous Bulmers. This Company produces approximately sixty per cent of the UK's annual cider consumption.

Bosbury Village Church with its detached tower dates back to Norman times. Inside the church stand two impressive 16th Century monuments to members of the Harcourt family.

Brockhampton Hall was built around 1400. This house is owned by the National Trust. Brockhampton Park is a wonderful nature trail which offers plenty to see to the bird and nature watchers.

Eardisland is one of the few villages in this region that actually stands on a river. The Arrow is in fact the stream that was crossed by Henry Tudor on his way to the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485.

Eastnor Castle, built in the early 1800's for the first Earl Somers to the design of Robert Smirke, who also designed the British Museum. The castle overlooks a pretty lake and parkland and to this day remains in the family who built it and still run the estate.

Hereford is one of the largest cities in the county of Herefordshire situated on the banks of the River Wye. It has a beautiful cathedral which was established in the 7th century, a medieval bridge over the River Wye.

Famous for its cider making all over the world, Hereford is also as the birthplace of the royal mistress of Charles II, Nell Gwynne. She was one of 13 of Charles's mistresses but the most popular with the public. There is a pub named after her on Monkmoor Street in the City.

Hereford is also famous for its cattle, the white faced Herefordshire Bull which is used as an emblem to signify something as being made from Herefordshire.

Goodrich Castle stands upon a grassed rocky mound close to the River Wye. The castle was built about 1160 by Godric Mappestone to guard against the attack from the Welsh.

In Kilpeck are the runis of a castle, thought to have originated in the 8th Century as a fortified Saxon stronghold are located next to the church.

Leominster lies in the heart of the so called Black and White Villages Trail of Tudor framed buildings, where you will find a pre-Norman Priory Church. This church is famed for its three naves and a ducking stool, used until the early 19th Century to tame gossiping women.

Ross on Wye, popular with tourists to the area, is full of shops and local attractions, such as the 17th Century market hall which has been transformed into a heritage centre.

 

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