Henry Rider Haggard was born in Norfolk in 1856, the son of a Norfolk squire.
When the Bishop of Hereford established a borough in his rural manor of Ledbury in the early twelfth century a new market place was laid out in wha
The settlement which developed into Ledbury grew up in the Anglo-Saxon period at an important crossroads where the road from Hereford to Worcester
The author and poet John Masefield is one of Ledbury's most famous sons. He was born at the Knapp, in the Homend, in 1878.
Ledbury War Memorial commemorates the dead of two World Wars. The memorial was constructed in two stages at the end of each war.
The Market Theatre in Ledbury is the home of the Ledbury Amateur Dramatic Society (LADS for short).
This leaflet is one of many that would have been produced giving details of specal trains, services and tickets.
At his death in 1929 Sir John Plowright Houfton was described as 'a great public man' with a 'long and distinguished association with the Bolsover
In 1936 a plant to produce smokeless fuel ('Coalite') was built near Bolsover colliery.