Annual Weobley Exhibition and Sale of Art
Village of Weobley
This is a great opportunity to visit the beautiful medieval village of Weobley.
Coloured pens and paper will be provided to keep children entertained, and adjacent to the village hall is a brand new activity area for children of all ages. Lunch and light refreshments will also be available in the village hall.
Also over the bank holiday weekend in there will be a Heritage Trail around the medieval centre of Weobley. Once a significant centre for wool, ale and glove making and a rotten borough, now it is a charming village with a much slower pace of life. Visitors can discover the architectural significance of why buildings look as they do and gain an insight to the life of the villager of the past. They can also see the house where Charles I stayed in September 1645 after he relieved Hereford from the Cromwellians. The Civil war story continues in Weobley with the impressive Col. Birch, who retook Hereford from Charles later that same year, and is immortalised in Weobley's Parish Church.
Location: Hopelands (village hall), Weobley, Herefordshire
Small Admission charge - children under 18 free.