the very heart of the Herefordshire 'Black & White' trail

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The Gadbridge Granada Cinema presents

an evening of Gastronomic Passion at the Village Hall

Thusrday, June 20th - 7.30pm

'The Taste of Things'  ... the story of Eugenie, an esteemed cook, and Dodin - the fine gourmet chef she has been working for over the last 20 years.

Tickets still only £5


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The "Who, What & When" of Weobley

at the MUSEUM OPEN DAY - Saturday 13th July 

Browse the collection & exhibits. We will do our best to answer questions & help with family & house history research.

Weobley Museum, Back Lane, Weobley  Open 10.30-2.30

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.

To find out more about us and forthcoming events, please contact John Shutler at [email protected]

Speeding in the Village

Speed limits are set for a reason and exceeding them is illegal. The minimum penalty for speeding is £100 fine and three points added to your licence. Receiving 12 or more points within three years may disqualify you from driving. 

If you’re a newly qualified driver and receive six points during the first two years after passing your test, your licence will automatically be cancelled (revoked). To get it back you’ll need to apply and pay for a new provisional licence and pass both theory and practical tests again.

Your County, Your Views

The new Local Plan will determine growth and development in Herefordshire over the next 20 years. Place Shaping explores options on areas for new housing and employment across the county.

Sign up to news updates below to stay informed about the new Local Plan. If you have any questions, please email [email protected] 

Take a look at what's happening at the Village Hall this week and if you're interested in one of the regular classes, why not come along and have a try.

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.

The Museum is open every Monday 10.00am -13.00pm and Thursdays 2.00pm - 5.00pm. However our curators and volunteers are still available for research enquiries via e-mail at [email protected] should you need their help or assistance.

Exploring Weobley Museum

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.

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

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

Broad Steet, Weobley

Are you struggling?

The Household Support Fund is there to help low income households.  It provides immediate help for those who are struggling.  This could include help with your energy, water, as well as other essentials such as food, clothing and hygiene products.

To find out more, call 01432 383838 or use the link below.

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