Leominster

Leominster is an historic market town which dates back to the 7th century which combines historic gems with a relaxed cafe society.

It boast a wide variety of shops, cafes, pubs and antique shops is the ideal place to while away an afternoon.

It has many historic buildings including The Priory Church, which was founded in 663, and houses fascinating artefacts such as England’s last used ducking stool! Another must-see is Grange Court, built in 1633 by the King’s carpenter John Abel which is sited at the The Grange, a pleasant open space dotted with park benches.

A wide variety of architectural styles can be seen around the town – from the medieval overhangs in Drapers Lane and School Lane, to the Georgian splendour of Broad Street.

It has a bustling market every Friday in Corn Square.