Weobley Village Community

SK8 - Skate Park

The newly completed skate park is already attracting skaters from near and far, enjoying the chance to experience the free design of the “street plaza”. So whether you're a newbie or an experienced skater, you'll find SK8 offers something for everyone.

Image by Matt Starnes

Weobley Village Web Site

Visit the Weobley Community web site (www.weobley.org) to find out what's hapening locally, who to call when you need an electrician, where to get a great meal or how to book the village hall for that special event . . . .  and so much more.

Weobley Heritage

Weobley Parish Council was awarded a grant through the Herefordshire LEADER programme to erect new notice boards, new interpretation panels and new 'welcome' signs which are now taking pride of place around the Village. This is an ongoing programme with work also underway to enhance the Rose Garden in the centre of the village, and with other projects to follow.

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    Footpaths, Bridleways & the Heritage Trail

    We are very lucky to have over 50 footpaths and trails criss-crossing the Parish, giving a unique opportunty for both young and old to explore our historic village or to simply enjoy the beautiful open countryside that is found on our doorstep.

    Follow the Weobley Heritage Trail to find out how mediaeval traders sold their wares through unglazed windows onto the street and what architectural features to look for in the many building styles around the village.

    Play Area

    Located on the Gadbridge Road behind the Village Hall is an open space for everyone offering a range of modern wooden climbing frames and structures with an old fashioned market hall shelter for when the weather plays up.

    Weobley Museum

    Our small museum offers vistors the opportunity to explore the rich history of Weobley and looks in-depth at life in the area over the past 200 years, with paintings of local scenes, old photos, parish records, agricultural tools, and objects made by local craftsmen along with models showing how Weobley's picturesque timber-framed buildings were constructed. Located on the site of the old police station and courtroom, the museum takes you through Weobley's long and sometimes colourful history.