At the heart of Herefordshire's historic black & white trail

Next Parish Council meeting

The next Parish Council will be meeting held at the Village Hall on TUESDAY 26th October 2021 at 7pm. Members of the public are very welcome to attend, however in line with current COVID-19 recommendations, space will be limited so if you wish to attend, please contact the Parish Clerk on [email protected] to reserve your seat.

Tell Herefordshire Council what you think and you could win £500 . . . . . .

This is your opportunity to contribute to a really valuable piece of work, which will give Herefordshire Council a detailed picture of the scale and scope of the voluntary and community in County.  

It only takes about 15 minutes to complete and also offers an opportunity to register for focus groups, which are running in November and December, as part of the study.  If you have any questions about the survey or the focus groups, please e-mail [email protected]

The survey closes at midnight on Monday 15 November

Parish Council Magazine Out NOW!

The Weobley Parish Newsletter has had a bit of a make-over, creating what we hope will turn out to be a bi-annual publication to keep you up to date with what has and will be happening in the Village. Together with the Village ( and Parish Council ( websites, we will try to cover the things that are important to you and the village community, so if you have any ideas for future issues, it would be great to hear from you. 


Click on to our On-line Edition

If you can't wait for a copy to drop through your letter box, we have an on-line version for you too. Simply click on the image to the left to see our new digital edition.

Free Weekend Bus Travel across Herefordshire

Thanks to an investment as part of the Covid-19 Recovery Fund, anybody and everybody will be able to hop on and off any bus in the county, as many times as they like. Really - no fares! The only restriction is that your journey must be entirely within the county.

Can you spare a couple of hours each month?

It takes a huge amount of work to keep the Play Area and Skate Park in tip-top condition. Something that cannot be achieved without the help and support of an amazing team of volunteers - someone like you.

We desperately need your help. Can you spare a couple of hours each month to help with some basic maintenance, litter picking or perhaps grass cutting?

Give us a call on 01544 319143

Find out about the latest Village and District Planning Applications

About us

Weobley Parish Council is made up of ten local residents who are elected every four years and volunteer their time, their expertise and their services.

As the first tier of local government, we hope to encourage input from local residents which in turn will help us to develop and maintain local facilities and services.

How we work

The work undertaken by the Parish Council is financed through a precept, which is an amount of money collected as part of your Council Tax.

This money is used to help improve local facilities and services in and around the village and for larger projects, the council tries to secure funding through any grants and awards that made be available.

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.

Do you have what it takes to be a Parish Councillor?

We're currently looking for two residents who would be interested to join the Parish Council. The position is voluntary (so you won't get paid) but you will help to make all kinds of decisions on issues that affect our local community, with probably the most common topics involving planning matters and roads & highways.

As a Parish Council we negotiate with, and have the power to influence those organisations that make decisions affecting our village including District and County councils, local health authorities, the Police and many other organisations.

If you would like to know more, please contact by e-mail the Clerk to the Parish Council at [email protected]

COVID-19 guidance

Coronavirus remains a serious health risk, so it’s important to stay cautious and help protect yourself and others:

  • Meet up outside or if you’re indoors open windows or doors if you have visitors.
  • If you think you might have COVID-19 symptoms, take a PCR test and stay home.
  • Wear face coverings in crowded places to help protect others.
  • Check in with the NHS COVID-19 app when you’re out.
  • Wash your hands regularly and for at least 20 seconds with soap.
  • Get vaccinated if you are 18 or over.

Report that pot-hole!

Herefordshire Council's Smartphone App makes it easy to report issues about potholes, flytipping, dog mess and any public rights of way issues affecting the village from your mobile phone.

Just take a picture, upload it to the App (which will automatically pinpoint your location if you are at the problem area) and it will be sent directly to the highways management team to action.

The mobile app is free to download from the Herefordshire Council website now.

About our Village

Weobley, pronounced 'Webley', is one of the largest villages and civil parishes in Herefordshire, situated just eight miles away from Leominster and 12 miles north-west of Hereford. Our name Weobley comes from 'Wibba's Ley', with a 'ley' being a term for a woodland glade whilst 'Wibba' is the name of a local Saxon landowner, so in effect Weobley means 'Wibba's woodland clearing' and even features in the Domesday Book.

Our quiet and picturesque village sits in the very heart of the Herefordshire lowlands, an area characterised by wide river valleys, arable farming, low hedges, steep wooded hills, beautiful orchards and extensive hop yards.  Over the years the village has changed from being a medieval wool trading centre, through glove making and ale brewing to the friendly village that it is today. We even saw a visit from King Charles I, who stayed in the village following the battle of Naseby in 1645.