Weobley Community

Weobley Branch of the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

Our vision is for a Herefordshire richer and more diverse in wildlife, bringing people closer to nature and as part of The Wildlife Trust movement we are part of an independent, autonomous charity with its own Trustees. Meeting regularly on the first Thursday of each month at the Village Hall, we are usually joined by a guest speaker and enjoy a lively Q&A session. Everyone is welcome so do come along.

Weobley Branch Programme Secretary : Pamela Dunthorne - e-mail : [email protected]

Film Night @ the Village Hall

On the third Thursday of each month (except July & August), the Gadbridge Granada Cinema presents a recent and carefully chosen film. Doors Open at 7.00pm and seats are just £5.00 each.

Inspiring women - then & now

In 1915 the Women’s Institute (WI) set out to give women a voice and to be a force for good in the community. Since then, membership and ambitions alike have grown and changed tremendously. Today, the WI are the largest women's organisation in the UK and take pride in being a trusted place for women of all generations to share experiences and learn from each other.

Weobley WI meetings are held at 7.30pm on the second Monday of the month in Hopelands Village Hall.  There is always something different on offer: a talk, craft activity, demonstration or social evening. Come along for a chat and a laugh, with refreshments at the end of each meeting.  Visitors (women only, sorry) are always made most welcome!

Please check out our website on the link below.  If you would like to know more, use the “contact” link on our website or phone Cate South (Secretary) on 0787 666 8226.

Cate South on 01544 340364

Weobley Museum & History Centre

Our Museum is packed to the literal rafters with documents, artefacts, photography, maps and artwork about Weobley and the surrounding area - a real treasure trove for local history buffs.

We're open from April every Monday 10.00am -13.00pm and Thursdays 2.00pm - 5.00pm but the curators and volunteers are available for research enquiries via e-mail at [email protected]

Weobley & District Local History Society

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.

Our Facebook page offers an update on the very latest news and views from the Society and includes a full listing of forthcoming events.

If you're interested in joining the Weobley and District Local History Society, do please contact the society's Secretary - John Shutler at [email protected]


This Ancient Chinese martial art is suitable for people of all ages. Performed slowly, the movements enhance the sense of wellbeing, help improve balance, posture, flexibility & the immune systems by releasing tensions within the body & the mind

For further information contact 01432 830332 or [email protected]

THURSDAY’s - 9.30am - 11.00am Weobley Village Hall

Play Area Team

The Village Play Area is managed on behalf of the Parish Council by P.A.T. (Play Area Team), a group of dedicated volunteers who maintain the play equipment and structures, undertake repairs and generally help to keep everything in order. If you would like to know more about the group or perhaps might be interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact Chris by email at [email protected].

Where : Gadbridge Road next to the Village Hall

Weobley's Footpaths & Bridleways

With more than 50 footpaths criss-crossing Weobley, we have access to some of the most beautiful countryside to be found right on our doorstep. 

A team of volunteers help to maintain the network of paths, keeping stiles free from overgrowth, repairing stiles and bridges, along with hours (and hours) of strimming during early spring and throughout the summer months. We are always looking for extra help, so if you'd like to join our group to help with some of the general maintence. For more information contact either MIke Williams at [email protected] (telelphone 07920 441215) or Steve Dartnell at [email protected] (telephone 01544 318907).

Why not join us for a Saturday morning walk around Weobley

Most Saturday mornings there are organised walks along the extensive footpaths around the village.

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

8.00am Walk

Starting at the Wild Goose Chase for those with dogs (although if you don't have one, you're very welcome to join in).

9.00am Walk

Starting at the Rose Garden for those who prefer to walk without dogs. For more information contact Kate Best on [email protected] call 318513


Bus Routes serving Weobley Village

Weobley Parish Council

Our Parish Council meet each month at the Village Hall (excluding August and December) and where locals residents and businesses are welcome to attend and are given the opportunity to speak during the 'open session'.  

To find out more about how the Parish Council operates and its current activities, please visit the Weobley Parish Council Web site or e-mail [email protected].

Weobley & District Clubs and Societies

Agricultural Improvement Society: Rachel Griffiths - 327343

Art Classes: Ian Welch - 07792 475136

Bell Ringers: Cath Brigg - 07890 263176

Bowling Club: Mrs Jean Bufton - 318659

Bridge Club: George Richardson - 318764

Burton Gardens Centre (sheltered housing):  Day Warden - 318485

Burton Gardens Social Club: Roger Brown - 319359

Churches Together:  Jo Ware - 318296

Craft Corner: Denise Massam - 319198 or Doreen Pollock 318837

Craft & Knitting Group:  Joanna Helm - 01432 760816

Cricket Club: Burghill, Tillington & Weobley CC., Steve de Souze - 01432 356309                                                                                      

Dance Classes: (Aspire Dance Studios), Alex Thomas - 07971 446850

French Conversation:  Ann Saunders - 319217

Friends of Weobley Parish Church. Jo Ware - 318296

Friendship Club, (Non-denominational, afternoon social club): Tia Lloyd - 318324

Gardening Society: Anne Cole - 318260

Herefordshire Nature Trust - (Weobley Branch): Stella Hurdidge - 318819

Herefordshire Golf Club01432 830219

Hopelands Supporters Club: Chris Harrison - 318294

Indoor Flying Club: Alan Jones -318522

Karate: Lee Taylor - 07976 914617

Keep Fit with NJ: 07387 581184

Knitting & Crochet Group:  Kate Best - 318513

Line Dancing: Irene Jones - 318650

Low Impact Exercise to Music: Mandy Ware - 387958 / 07538 218273

Meals on Wheels: Pru Lloyd - 318349

Parochial Church Council: Pat Millington - 319330

Pilate Classes: Dawn Arkell - 01568 615239

Pottery Classes:  Mary Kenny - 318557

Ring Craft for Show Dogs: Mike Hughes - 01597 822385

Royal British Legion (Weobley Group):  Peter Hereford - 319223

Singing Workshops (Group Singing): Lydia Wells, G.R.S.M - 319138

Table Tennis Club:  Dave Hamer - 318267

Tai Chi Classes: Ken Pearce - 01432 830332

Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing: Hilary Robinson - 319146

Village Art Club : Liz Watson - 07938 563716

Weobley Carers Support Group: Barbara Symonds - 01432 356068

Weobley Cinema (The Gadbridge Granada): Alan Jones - 318522

Weobley Conservative Branch: Madeline Dixon - 319372

Weobley & District Local History Society: John Shutler - [email protected]

Weobley Walkers:  Malcolm Lloyd - 318324, Mike Ware - 318296 or Brian Holley - 318789

Walks without Dogs: Kate Best - 318513

Women’s Institute: Cate South- 07876668226

Yoga: Esther Browning - 07519 095067

Word on Weobley - Facebook

Word on Weobley is a local community facebook group to connect residents and fans of Weobley village. Here you can share news, exchange information, sell items and promote local services, pass on useful tips and help showcase Weobley life.

Magpie, Weobley's community magazine

For over 50 years, the 'Magpie' has been published monthly by a team of dedicated volunteers with the promise to keep residents and visitors informed about what's happening in and around Weobley. Many of our residents come to rely on the magazine to find people who can help with their gardening, cleaning, painting or to contacting a local business.

The magazine is available from a number of the village shops or by subscription, and for further information please telephone Gill Atkins on 01544 318320

Worship in Weobley

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The Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul

Weobley, HR4 8SD

Rev’d Philip Harvey - 01544 318147  [email protected]

Services each Sunday at 10.30am in addition to 08.00am on the 1st Sunday of the month.

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Catholic Church of St Thomas of Hereford

Kington Road, Weobley, HR4 8QS.

Parish Priest : Rev. Simon McGurk OSB  - 01544 318325

Sunday Mass – 11.00am
Holyday Mass – 7.00pm

Reconciliation – 10.15am – 10.45am (Sun)

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Weobley Methodist Church

1 Chapel Orchard, Weobley, HR4 8SP

Rev'd Paul Arnold - 01568 612406
[email protected]

Services each Sunday at 10:30 am

Herefordshire's Talk Community

Talk Community aims to make Herefordshire a better place to work and live by offering a wide range of activities, events, training courses, business support and much, much more through a network of Community Hubs.

These Community Hubs help to bring residents together, alongside offering up to date health and wellbeing information and to connect people to services, groups and activities, both nearby and elsewhere across Herefordshire and are run by staff and / or volunteers from the local community with support from Herefordshire Council.

POLICE & Local Community Support

We have a very supportive Community Support Officer based at Kington Police Station and who can be contacted by dialing 101 ext 4535 or by e-mail on [email protected] and who also attends the monthly Parish Council meetings.

If you are witness to or have knowledge of any incidents in or around the Village, we would ask you to report these, either on 999 (for emergencies only) or 101 – or if you prefer to do this anonymously, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Useful Contact Numbers

Your local services in and around Weobley

Weobley Medical Centre : Gadbridge Road  -  01544 318472.  

  • Out of Hours Medical Service  dial 111
  • Emergencies dial 999

Herefordshire County Hospital : Union Walk, Hereford: 01432 355444

Minor Injuries Unit : Leominster Community Hospital  -  01568 614211

Weobley Dental Surgery : Gadbridge Road – 01544 318166.  

Chemist  :  Leominster : Boots, Lloyds or Rees

Herefordshire's Talk Community Covid-19 Response Team is on hand to provide help and support for the most vulnerable or those self-isolating who may find themselves with gaps in their support plans. 

If you need help, contact the Talk Community Covid-19 Response Team on (01432) 260027 or email [email protected]

The Museum is closed to the public from 1st October 2022 until 31st March 2022. However, it is still possible to meet one of the curators by appointment for specific enquiries. Contact Sue Hubbard on [email protected] or Carole Page on [email protected]

The Museum will re-open on Monday 4th April 2022 and be open to the public on Monday mornings 10.00am - 1.00pm  and Thurdsay afternoons. For further information, please telephone either 01981 590319 or 01544 318051.

The Library is open twice a week on Monday between 10.00 am - 1.00 pm and Thursday between 3.00 pm - 6 pm. For further information, please call 01544 318956.

For full details of the buses serving weobley village go to : https://bustimes.org/localities/weobley