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The Old Hall at Hardwick survives only as a shell, with remnants of its plaster decoration.

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-

The settlement which developed into Ledbury grew up in the Anglo-Saxon period at an important crossroads where the road from Hereford to Worcester

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

Despite its modern shop-front, number 10 High Street is at core a timber-framed building.

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