Ledbury is a market town based in Herefordshire whose origins date back to around 690 AD.
Surrounded by orchards, woodlands, vineyards and meadows its a place know for its English heritage and beauty as well as its unique community feel.
The town centre is lined with beautiful black and white timber-framed buildings including the Grade 1 listed 17th century Market House, built in 1653 by John Abel, the Kings carpenter.
Ledbury was home to many famous poets including Victorian poet Elizabeth Barret-Browning and John Masefield - Poet Laureat and now hosts the UK's leading poetry festival every July.
Attractions include the Heritage centre, Butchers Row Folk Museum and the mock-gothic styled Eastnor Castle where adults and children can enjoy the mediaeval armour, fine art, & tapestries.
An ideal place to potter, peruse and explore, offering a good mix of ancient and modern culture.