I’m still writing this post.
Where is Herefordshire?
On the edge of Wales. Physically it’s about the size of Greater London, but its entire population is less than Westminster’s.
Here’s a satellite image of Leominster – it’s only a mile and a half from edge to edge.
Herefordshire is one of the most sparsely populated areas of the country, with 187,000 folks scattered across its 842 square miles.
You could seat the whole town in Bristol Rovers’ stadium.
Leominster has all of 11,900 residents. Bristol Rovers could fit the lot in, with 200 seats spare! Believe it or not, Leominster’s the biggest of the market towns. Only Hereford is bigger at 60,000 – you’d need Arsenal’s stadium.
65 acres, under £1m.
Lovely house but my idea of isolation hell.
Half of Herovians live out in the villages, and on dispersed properties. The Herefordshire countryside would be an excellent location for people involved in dodgy trades – all that privacy and an underfunded police force :twi
What’s it known for?
Crisps & Vodka
Killing stroppy women