Places of Interest

Local to Brampton Bryan

Aardvark Books

One of the best independent bookshops you'll find anywhere.

Wigmore Castle

English Heritage.

Ludlow Castle


Hopton Castle

This castle has a strong link with Brampton Bryan. A brutal siege at Hopton ended just before the second siege of Brampton Bryan castle.

Croft Castle and Parkland

National Trust.

Berrington Hall

National Trust. This house was built by the Rt. Hon. Thomas Harley, a younger son of the 3rd Earl of Oxford.

The Judge's Lodging


The Herefordshire Trail and Offa's Dyke

The Herefordshire Trail runs through Brampton Bryan and Offa's Dyke is close by.

Further Afield

Other Herefordshire Churches

St Barnabas church is a member of the Hereford Churches Tourism Group, and features on its website.

6 Churches of the English Commonwealth

Aside from St Barnabas, the other Churches of the English Commonwealth are:

  • Holy Trinity, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
  • Chapel of Ease, Guyhirn, Cambridgeshire (Churches Conservation Trust)
  • Plaxtol Parish Church, Kent
  • St Matthias Old Church, Poplar, East London
  • Staunton Harold, Leicestershire (National Trust)

Places of Interest

If you're planning a trip to Brampton Bryan, there are also plenty of other places in the local area that you might like to visit. Here are some of our recommendations.

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Local Directory

Brampton Bryan is host to a surprising range of small businesses, craftspeople, community groups and event providers. Discover what's available on your doorstep!

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