Welcome to Weobley Village

Famed for its attractive timber-framed 'black & white' buildings, our village is considered to be one of the 20 most idyllic villages in Britain. Sitting at the very heart of Herefordshire's lowlands in an area characterised by wide river valleys, we are surrounded by arable farming, low hedges, steep wooded hills and beautiful orchards.

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It's back ....Ceilidh with music by Whiffeldy

Back by popular demand another evening of Celtic dance, music and fun for everyone. Cash Bar. Tickets £5 each (under 12's free) now available from Amilia (01544 318052) or Kate (01544 318513).

Saturday, 04 February - 7.00pm

Weobley Village Hall

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Weobley & District Gardening Society

Michael Marriott from David Austin Roses gives an insight to the business that for over 60 years has been growing roses on their family farm in Shropshire.

Weobley & District Gardening Society

Thursday, 09 February - 7.00pm

Weobley Village Hall

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The Gadbridge Granada Cinema presents.....

Inspired by a true story, the Road Dance offers a window on the rhythms of Hebridean island life at the turn of the twentieth century. 

Thursday, 16 February 2023

Doors Open at 7.00pm. Film starts at 7.30pm

Tickets on the door just £5.00

Weobley Village Hall

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Afternoon Tea at the Village Hall

Join the Weobley Tea Ladies for afternoon tea and treats on Sunday, 26th February 3.30pm to 5.00pm - Tickets just £5 per person or £14 per family (2 adults + 2 children)

Book early and get your tickets from Dawn Powell (tel : 01544 319080)

Weobley Village Hall

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Weobley in the 19th Century

Sue Hubbard takes us back in time to the 19th Century and describes what it was like to be living and working in Weobley.

Weobley and District Local History Society

Monday 27th February - 7.30pm Free to members, guests £3.

Weobley Village Hall

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Shropshire Hills AONB

Cath Landles takes us on a wonderful journey through the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, an area covering 802 square kilometres, extending from the Wrekin to the Clun Forest and from the Stiperstones across to the Clee Hills.

Weoley & District Wildlife Trust

Thursday 2nd March - 7.30pm

Weobley Village Hall

A warm place for everyone

With winter looming, we're all feeling the pressure as the cost of living crisis grows.That's why a 'warm space' has been created in Weobley which is available to anyone, where you can go to warm up, see a friendly face and get support.

Find us on Facebook

We're open every Monday morning 09.00am to 12.30pm

  • Warm spaces
  • Warm welcome
  • Confidential
  • Safe

For more information e-mail us at [email protected]

Village Welcome Sign Stolen - Can you Help?

You might have noticed that one of our beautiful "Welcome to Weobley' signs have dissappeared. Unfortuantely it's been stolen and we're hoping that whoever has done this has a conscience and will have a change of heart about keeping it.

We're inviting whoever has the sign to leave in a convenient location eg Bell Square Car Park or somewhere similar and we'll say no more about it. No police.

These signs are very expensive to replace and will reduce the limited funds available to the Parish Council to spend on other projects.

If you have any information, please let us know at [email protected]

There's a lot going on at the Village Hall, so why not come along and try something new.......

Cinema at the Village Hall

A young girl lives in the Outer Hebrides in a small village in the years just before WWI. Isolated and hard by the shore , her life takes a dramatic change when a terrible tragedy befalls her. Inspired by a true story, the Road Dance offers a window on the rhythms of Hebridean island life at the turn of the twentieth century. 

Thursday, 16 February 2023 - Doors Open at 7.00pm. Film starts at 7.30pm

Tickets on the door just £5.00 : Weobley Village Hall

Afternoon Tea at the Village Hall

Join the Weobley Tea Ladies for afternoon tea and treats on Sunday, 26th February 3.30pm to 5.00pm - Tickets just £5 per person or £14 per family (2 adults / 2 children)

Book early and get your tickets from Dawn Powell (tel : 01544 319080)

Thursday 2nd March - 7.30pm

Cath Landles takes us on a wonderful journey through the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, an area covering nearly a quarter of Shropshire. It's not an attraction with opening times, but a living and working landscape which includes towns and villages, farmland, woodland, hills and valleys. 

Weobley Village Hall - everyone welcome.

Family swims for just £5 this February half term (take a dip)

The swim sessions are available at Hereford Leisure Pool, Ross Swimming Pool, and Leominster Leisure Centre from Monday 20 to Sunday 26 February.

Up to two adults and four children will be entitled to their visit for just £5! Families can go to as many sessions as they want (subject to availability).

Herefordshire bus fares capped at £2 in government scheme

Whether you are heading to work or into town, from 1 January to 31 March a single bus journey will cost no more than £2 on most routes across England.

  • The £2 fare cap scheme does not apply to services which run on school days only

Don't forget. The Mobile Post Office van now visits the village centre twice a week

Monday : 13.30 - 15.00hrs & Wednesday : 09.45 - 11.15hrs

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Could you be Weobley's Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator?

Neighbourhood Watch is all about village residents geting together to help reduce crime by developing a close relationship with other community members and the local police.

                            We're still are looking for a neighbourhood watch co-ordinator for the village,  so if you think this could be you, why not get in touch to find out more.

                                                              E-mail us at [email protected]

Rose Garden landscaping nearing completion

The refurbishment of the Rose Garden continues to take shape, so weather permitting it won't be too long before full access will be available again.

Weobley Parish Council

Bringing us close to our local nature

Meeting on the first Thursday of each month at the Village Hall, the Weobley Branch runs a packed agenda of events throughout the year with guest speakers,  outdoor activities, visits to local sites of natural interest and lively Q&A sessions.

Why not come along and join in. Everyone's welcome.

Keeping Our Local History Alive

The Society runs an active calendar of events throughout the year, meeting at the Village Hall with visiting speakers on the 4th Monday of each month January to April and September to November with visits & summer events June to August.

Join us for a walk around Weobley

Most Saturday mornings there are organised walks along the extensive footpaths around the village and we have two groups - the first starting at 08.00am at the Wild Goose Chase for those with dogs (although if you don't have one, you're very welcome to join in) and the second starting at 09.00am at the Rose Garden for those who prefer to walk without dogs.

Everyone is very welcome whether you're a regular or just visiting the village.

Mick Powell shares some of his stunning images taken during his regular walks around our village

Keeping your mind & body active in Weobley

We have a huge range of clubs and socities active on our doorsteps just waiting to welcome you. From Art Classes to Yoga and loads in between, why not take a look at the list of Weobley and District Clubs & Socities on the Community page to see what's waiting for you.

Help us save our roof!

The Scout Hut roof is in desperate need of repair, so we have launched a campaign to help raise funds for the work needed. If you can spare any change - large or small - do please drop it into one of the red collection boxes that can be found at various places around the village including the Old School Shop. Thank you.

Getting help if you're having difficulty paying your energy bills

Your energy supplier should be able to help if you are having difficulty with your gas and electric bills. You may also be able to get other grants and benefits too depending on your situation