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Bromyard market town in Herefordshire, situated in the valley of the River Frome. It lies near to the county border with Worcestershire on the A44 between Leominster and Worcester. There is a number of traditional half-timbered buildings, including some of the bars and pubs, and the parish church dates back to Norman times. For centuries there was a thriving and livestock and cattle market. The town is twinned with Athis-de-l'Orne, Normandy. An interesting and fun place to live in and to visit. Whether you are a first-time visitor or a local born and bred, you will discover plenty of things to do in Bromyard. Drink, eat and sleep breathtaking countryside with the best places to relax and stay: bed and breakfast, self-catering breaks and hotels. Check this guide to the great British camping, caravanning and glamping trip which is seeing something of a revival of late, with a number of sites springing up across the region giving you plenty of options to suit your needs and budget. Discover and experience the latest events and what’s on in Bromyard. The traditional market town of Bromyard sits on a hilltop with views of the Black Mountains, Malvern Hills and Clee Hill. Among its Tudor timber-framed buildings and Georgian shop fronts, you will find cosy cafes, bakeries and butchers, ironmongers, greengrocers and several pubs. Enjoy walking in Bromyard across Bromyard Downs and Bringsty Common which provide 500 acres of pristine common land. Famous for hop production, apples and pears, its hardly surprising that Herefordshire’s award-winning Wye Valley Brewery is located on the road between Bromyard and Hereford and the area is also the home to several micro breweries, cider, perry and juice producers.