We don’t have farmers’ markets and micro breweries because our regular market (Friday) is a farmers’ market, and we’ve been brewing local booze since the 7th century. Everything’s cheap compared to the city. Just understand that your visit will be leisurely.
We do have broadband and 4G – patchy, and not the fastest – so you won’t be cut off from everything. Chill out & relax! Best times to visit: late Spring to early Autumn. Herefordshire’s lovely in May.
Visitor information links:-
Leominster Tourist Information Centre “can help you with everything you need when visiting the glorious North Herefordshire countryside.”
Leominster Museum – tiny, enchanting and free – is run entirely by volunteers who keep winning awards for their creative approach to keeping Leominster’s history alive. It’s open from mid-April to late October.
Leominster Civic Society is an independent local organisation dedicated to maintaining the character and charm of our Marches’ Market Town.
Black & White Houses is written by an expert on timber-framed buildings and the ‘Village Trail’. Website seems abandoned; this links to the archived site.
Visit Herefordshire – Commercial tourism services.
Leominster Guide – Assorted information.
Local Facts – My very own collection of diverting data.
You can find more visitor information on the links in the right-hand column (or underneath if you’re on a mobile). Find places to stay, local links, that sort of thing. I don’t take advertisements, but sometimes post upcoming events on my Leominster Twitter and Facebook pages.