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Leominster Community Centre

Building: 103

Dec-style, English Gothic, central hall flanked by projecting gable wings, master's house. Rear additions in 1871-2 and 1896. Buttress added on south side in 1983. Reroofed 1995.

Forbury Chapel, Leominster

Building: 5035

Chapel, now hall. c.1284, with later alterations. Plain oblong, coursed sandstone rubble, Welsh slate roof with crested ridge-tiles. Two C19(?) studded plank doors with ornate strap hinges, under c...

St Ethelbert’s (RC) Church, Leominster

Building: 5070

1887/88. The style is Gothic; transitional between Decorated & Perpendicular.
Coursed sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings and a plain tiled & slate roof. The site on which the church was built a...

Priory House, Leominster

Building: 5072

Originally part of claustral range of Benedictine monastery. C13 to C16 with C19 alterations. Sandstone rubble, Welsh slate roof. 2 large rubble buttress stacks with brick chimneys, to south front....

Leominster Priory Church

Building: 5185

Huge church with 3 naves and tower- recorded in many different publications. Priory now parish church. C12, C13 & C14. Ashlar sandstone with lead roofs. Norman priory church c.1131 to north, with w...

St Peter, Pudleston

Building: 5199

A stone building dating from 1200's but with much later renovations, especially Victorian, when a new bell tower added.

Mostly local stone, recent rebuilding of the boundary wall was made up of s...

Gates & Gate Piers to churchyard of the Priory Church of St Peter & St Paul, Leominster

Building: 6381

Gates, side-screens & piers. Late C18. Cast-iron; ashlar. Gates (missing to left) dated 1788, made at Stourport. 1788.Openwork piers with urn finials, & side-screens, to ashlar piers with moulded c...

Leominster War Memorial

Building: 6593

Dedicated August 1922. Bronze figure of winged victory, with head slightly bowed & right arm raised, holding a torch. Set on a tapering 4 sectioned plinth & two stepped base of Portland stone. Ded...

St Dubricius, Hamnish Clifford

Building: 6957

Simple small church of nave and chancel built by a local landowner to reduce the time spent by his servants walking to the parish church at Kimbolton. It replaced a pre-fabricated corrugated iron ...