Things to do in Leominster

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  • Catherine B
    Warwick, UK13 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Had a lovely woodland stroll for an hour after an awesome lunch. Highly recommended as a lovely place to eat out. Just make sure they are open and serving food however. It would be useful if they had leaflets in the restaurant/cafe to take away with opening times. We will definitely be back again.
    Written 23 May 2024
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  • Monika W
    8 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    These gardens are small but perfect.
    And the Tearoom tremendous.
    We would recommend going here first then visiting Ludlow.
    Run by lovely, caring people too.
    Written 11 November 2023
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  • Cherriesfan99
    Cheltenham, UK2,194 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The museum has so much to view in terms of local history, particularly reflecting the rural nature of North Herefordshire. We were warmly greeted by two very helpful and interesting volunteers who pointed out some of the more unusual items
    Written 23 May 2024
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  • Cherriesfan99
    Cheltenham, UK2,194 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Built in 1633, but repositioned, and restored in 1939. having been moved to its present location. This lovely typical Tudor black and white 3 storey structure, and currently in the care of a local organisation, and as such has many useages from a classy historic wedding venue, and civic meeting place to various charity functions, with the mayors parlour being one of the more nteresting parts to be seen.
    Written 26 May 2024
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  • Where to?
    United Kingdom47 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    While enjoying the lovely scenery, we were constantly bombarded by dogs who were not on a lead.
    I had a young puppy with me who was enjoying our walk until we had a negative encounter with another dog - not on a lead.

    We love the place and have been coming here for many years. I will continue to visit but I really do think ALL DOGS should be kept on a lead at ALL times.
    I've been to similar public places where this is enforced and its such a good idea. I would also like to add that we met lots of nice dogs on our walk about too, in a controlled manner (on a lead) which was great for my pup.

    The dog in question not only scared my little pup but also the youngsters who were with me enjoying the gruffalo trail, what a shame? It's a bit bonkers to encourage kids to visit for them to then get chased by dogs not on a lead or responding to the owners.
    After my recent experience I thinks its an accident waiting to happen.

    Really hope you will review my concerns and the possibility of introducing /requesting that all owners keep their dogs on a lead at ALL times.

    Written 7 April 2024
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  • Cherriesfan99
    Cheltenham, UK2,194 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This parish church is the size, and site of a Cathedral. It si actually a Priory, as it housed Nuns (as opposed to an Abbey which was bui;t for monks), but it really is a very large, and complete structure and dates from the C13th, with renovations two centuries later, and subsquent Victorian improvements. Much to see particulaly the columns and remaining stone carvings. It is a beautiful building, with a lovely churchyard. One thing that was somewhat unexpected, is the "ducking stool". Enough said.
    Written 26 May 2024
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  • jezzabella1069
    Hereford, UK11 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Just got back from a fantastic weekend away camping , highly recommend this sweet little place in the Herefordshire country side for camping with family and friends . The couple that run it are ever so friendly and helpful , there’s a lovey little play area and swings for the kids to roam free and make new friends , even the dog had a grt weekend and was able to join in with everyone . There are tractor train rides for the children a couple of times a day at a reasonable £1 a go, option for a fire pit in the evening for a small price and a little tour for the kids round the working farm and with it being Easter they even put in an Easter hunt for all the children .The site is clean and tidy with all the basic facilities available to use , we look forward to returning for another fab weekend very soon 😁
    Written 22 April 2019
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  • Kato122
    Cambridge, UK293 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very helpful. Places to visit: Grange Court which has a small exhibition with interesting oral recordings of former employees of the Arkwright family, and cafe with home made cakes, soups and snacks. The town’s museum in Etnam Street is worth a visit for the works of John Scarlett-Davies, local farm and trade artifices, as well as archeological remains of a Beaker child’s grave. The Priory Church is unusual building in its shape and size. The lofty roof has one section delicately decorated. There is an exhibition about the town’s history and It features the last ‘ducking stool’.
    Written 18 July 2019
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  • conrad p
    Hereford, United Kingdom15 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    What a fabulous day taking our grandson to the farm.Brilliant value for maney.A great variation of animals which we all had so much fun feeding them .Nice cabin for refreshments and snacks.We will definatly being going back again.
    Written 10 July 2022
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  • Cherriesfan99
    Cheltenham, UK2,194 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    At the edge of Grange Park, there is the memorial to those who gave their lives in two world wars. This is an impressive structure, topped by a winged angel, with a history, below, whilst the names of the fallen are listed on a wall close by.
    Written 26 May 2024
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  • Allison J
    Brecon, UK59 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We visited when Aulden Farm was open as part of the National Garden Scheme, and this coincided with the Siberian Irises reaching the height of their flowering period (the National Collection is here). At other times the garden is open by appointment and I would imagine this lovely place is a delight all through the year. A series of "rooms" leading from one to another, full of interesting plants, colour, designs, sculptures and the odd seat here and there, mean you are so taken with looking around the next corner you quickly lose all sense of where you are. The National Collection is in a separate field, and this is all very orderly and uniform compared to the gardens, and understandably so. At the end of our visit we had tea and cake and bought a few plants to take home as mementos. These were reasonably priced and clearly labelled.
    Written 31 May 2018
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  • malc1005
    Kettering, UK5,365 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is an unusual sculpture, of a man (Mr Granger), pushing his lawnmower. Well worth a visit, if your in the area.
    Written 29 July 2023
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