September In Herefordshire

Don't let the upcoming chill spoil the rest of your September fun.
Enjoy September in Herefordshire with friends & family with frivolous festivals to damn delicious pop-ups.

September In Herefordshire

September in Herefordshire isn’t just the damp end of summer and the start of autumn. The sun is still out so there’s still time to enjoy Herefordshire’s great outdoor activities, have a peep in the counties beautiful gardens and green spaces, feast in Herefordshire’s best restaurants.

There’s something to do every day of the month in September, including The Bromyard Folk Festival which is a weekend packed with entertainment. The Three Shires Stages takes place at Eastnor Deer Park for all racing enthusiasts. Let’s not forget the food, Leominster Food Fayre hosts over 30 food and craft producers, activities, cooking demonstrations and live entertainment.

September Events In Herefordshire

Discover September In Herefordshire

Make the most of the last few weeks of summer in September, when the weather is normally still warm and there’s a whole range of unmissable events in Herefordshire.

As the summer school holidays come to an end, the county welcomes an exciting line-up of history and architecture, wine tastings and music festivals – and there are still plenty of fun things to do for those family days out at the weekends.

Check at our ultimate guide to What’s On In Herefordshire.

Clodock Mill

Explore Herefordshire’s Heritage In September

Heritage Open Days is England’s largest festival of history and culture, bringing together over 2,000 organisations, 5,000 events and 40,000 volunteers.

Every year in September, places across the country throw open their doors to celebrate their heritage, community and history. It’s your chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences – and it’s all FREE.

Herefordshire Heritage Open Days gives everyone a chance to discover the hidden gems on their doorstep by enjoying a wide range of tours, events and activities that bring local history and culture to life.

Cinemas

Film Lovers Rejoice

When you’re choosing where to go to the cinema, you want to look at the big picture. Sure the location comes into it, as well as what’s screening where – but what about the seats? The snacks? The booze? Nowadays Herefordshire’s cinemas offer cutting-edge technology and the widest choice of experiences including plush sofas.

You can sit back and relax in the intimate Courtyard Cinema in Hereford screening up to 4 films a day from Monday – Saturday. Or, you can immerse yourself in the big screen on the Main House stage.

The Loft Cinema in Hereford offers great films, mid-movie intervals with local food being served, a well-stocked bar and booking by the sofa.

The Gateway in Ross On Wye lets film lovers enjoy a pre-screening meal, offering a selection of delicious dishes, snacks, and an extensive collection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Forget uncomfortable chairs and stale popcorn, these luxury cinemas make watching a film a truly enjoyable experience.

h.Art September In Herefordshire

h.Art

Meet hundreds of individual artists, see an array of artwork across the county in the city and countryside, in fabulous locations such as manor houses, historic barns, farms, churches and beautiful gardens.

h.Art is really special for art lovers, promising personal encounters with some of the UK’s finest artists and makers in the intimacy of their own homes and studios. Discovering new work, as well as being able to buy or commission exactly what they want, all direct with the artist. All the elements combine to attract people who want a high quality, memorable experience.

Kington Show

Kington Show

Kington Show is one of the largest one-day agricultural shows in the country, with its roots firmly embedded in farming, the show brings together the local community and provides a setting for all to enjoy a fantastic day out.

So much to see and do: horse and riding competitions, livestock and horticultural competitions, stunt team, axe throwing, climbing wall, wacky bicycles, quads, shooting simulator, falconry, vintage vehicles and lively entertainment on offer for the whole family in and around the main ring.

Over 100 outdoor trade stands, a busy Food & Craft marquee and a wide variety of catering options including a licensed public bar.

Herefordshire Tourist Information

Planning Your September Trip?

Herefordshire Tour Company Rural Concierge is located on the Welsh Border, with Liz Hill at the helm.

The team have extensive knowledge of the area its entirety, including: The Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, the Marches, Shropshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Cotswolds, West Midlands and Wales. Each place has its own beauty and charm, and Rural Concierge can help you plan day/overnight trips to any and all of these destinations!

Christmas Parties September

Time To Organise Those Christmas Parties

Unbelievably, the organised among you are already starting to scratch your heads over where to book for Christmas parties.

We have been putting together a list of where you might like to spend the annual office party in Herefordshire for 2019. Whether you are a group of purists looking for a traditional turkey dinner or are quite frankly sick of the sight of a brussel sprout and want a sub continental take on the season, there will be something for all tastes in Herefordshire.

Don’t bust your baubles over the office Christmas party! Choose from venues offering shared & private parties today!

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