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23 High St, Ledbury, is a three storey, timber-framed, stuccoed building with an unusual projecting centre bay two storeys high with a gable.

22 High Street , Ledbury, is a three-storey timber framed, stuccoed building. It has ornate C19th pierced bargeboards and finial & pendant.

Sited immediately alongside the chapel of St Katherine's, this three-storey timber-framed building is occupied by an optician's business.

Although No. 3 High Street, with its 18th century brick front like others in the row, probably contains timber framing, it is well hidden.

The brick front of 8 High St, Ledbury, with its stone quoins and deep moulded cornice belongs to the first half of the 18th century but it is a re-

Number 1 High Street, Ledbury, is a 16th century timber-framed building that occupies the corner site at the meeting of High St with Church Lane.

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 earliest name for the street, recorded from 1288, was Bishop Street, after the bishop of Hereford, who probably held land there.

Ledbury Community Health and Care Centre was opened in 2002.

Elizabeth Hall established an educational charity in Ledbury in 1706.

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