The Market Town of Ledbury was established in the 12th Century. Previously an Anglo-Saxon village named Liedeberge occupied the same site. Its origins are lost in the Dark Ages, but it was apparently the site of a Minster Church and a Religious House from as early as the 8th Century. Except for the Norman Church, relatively few buildings survive from the 12th Century. However a great deal of evidence for the early layout and growth of the town does still remain, as do many of its half-timbered buildings from the 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries.

Discover the fascinating history of this picturesque market town on the Historic Walk.
This walk is bookings only by arrangement with the guide. 
No minimum numbers apply 

ADULT £7.00 CHILD£3.50(10-15 yrs)
Not recommended for children under 10

For further information please contact us on:
tel: 01531 650414
mobile: 07760472186

N.B. the guide takes no responsibility for any accidents or injuries, howsoever caused by those taking part in the Historic Walk.