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Ledbury & The Local Area

Ledbury is a historic market town with a timeless, unhurried quality about it. Rich in history, it existed as an early Saxon settlement before as Liedeberge (Leadon Hill) in the Domesday book.

It has excellent examples of Norman, Tudor, Georgian and Victorian architecture and a history that includes the Battle of Ledbury (1645) and Turnpike Riot (1735).

Rising from the Vale of Leadon, Ledbury is nestled beneath the ancient Malvern Hills – a major local attraction.

From the Malverns, Marcle Ridge and May Hill, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire roll out before you with undulating hills, broadleaf and conifer woods, orchards of apples and pears, winding country lanes and picturesque black and white villages and hamlets.

Ledbury and the surrounding area has a thriving food and drink scene and is famed for its awarding winning local produce, not least its traditional English cider and Herefordshire beef.

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