"THE PICTURESQUE VILLAGE OF WEOBLEY" Weobley by balhannah

Weobley Travel Guide: 9 reviews and 24 photos

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SECOND VILLAGE ON THE BLACK & WHITE TRAIL

Weobley is another black and white village in Herefordshire, England.

Guess What? The MAGPIE is the Village emblem!

This village was a favourite of mine!

The village has an historic Church of St Peter and St Paul, with a Norman south doorway, 13th-century chancel and 14th-century tower, and a spire that is the second-tallest in the county, castle ruins and many Tudor building's.

In the village is 'the Throne', a large 400 year old building where King Charles I spent the night on 5 September 1645, after the Battle of Naseby during the English Civil War.

During the Saxon period it was known that brewing and glove-making were carried out in the village, so you can read, this Village has plenty of history!

So now we are moving onto our last Black and White village,
and that is
PEMBRIDGE

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  • In a nutshell:Drop, Dead, Gorgeous, Village!
  • Last visit to Weobley: Jul 2011
  • Intro Updated Jan 29, 2014
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