Posted on 9th March 20166th January 2018Leominster’s historic architecture needs work A closer view of the repair preparations being made at Leominster High Street Window detail from the Merchant’s House in Corn Square. Now a restaurant, it is adequately maintained. It’s soothing to find that some of the stables in Leominster’s town centre have been converted into attractive homes. You would expect to find a witch somewhere like this, wouldn’t you? I hope nobody lives here, except those pigeons. It doesn’t look at all waterproof. I think those ladders are just stashed there, not being used to repoint or fix the roof! Subsidence causes the timbers to shift over time, leading to this lopsided effect Herringbone cobbles on Leominster High Street. They have humped where traffic passes, but are in pretty good condition. Burgess Street, Leominster town. The old chapel on the left now houses bargain warehouse, J-Mart. Scaffolding shows repair work has begun on some of Leominster High Street’s ancient buildings This is not a barn on one of Leominster’s eccentrically shambolic farms. It’s in the town centre.