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Welcome to the New look Teme Valley Home Page.
We now have a drop down menu bar to make things a little easier. More changes will be made over the next few months.
If you like what you see please let me know. Thank you for visiting the site

This site is about the Teme Valley, the towns, villages and the people of the valley
We hope you enjoy the site.

Tenbury Commemorates World War 1, Read more Here....


Tenbury RBL Choir


Available for Events Large or Small
Tel: Roy on 01584 810147 Roger On 01584 810733 Email:ian@teme-valley.co.uk
For more information




Tenbury Tourism Information Centre have asked us to put a link to their web site,
so if you would like more info on Tenbury Wells. Click here





Leominster nestled in the heart of Herefordshire in the beautiful Wye Valley with its dramatic cliff scenery to the remote hills along the Welsh Marches read more here...


Knighton on the border of Wales



Knighton town

Knighton is the only original settlement on Offa’s Dyke, and today there is still a distinctly medieval look to the town.
With a lot of hard work the team has managed to find a little history on Knighton,so we have placed Four pages on the site for now with one page on Offa's Dyke.
To read more Click here....

Ludlow steeped in local history



Ludlow
Ludlow was a fortified town, one of just over a hundred in England and Wales which had a full circuit of walls. Apart from the Castle, it retains some well-preserved stretches of town wall and the
sites of its seven gates can readily be identified.
To find out more Click here.......

Ludlow Castle



Ludlow Castle
Ludlow Castle is first referred to by chronicler in 1138 but its date of origin is not certain. The architecture suggests that the curtain wall of the inner bailey, its flanking tower and parts of the gatehouse-keep
date from the late 11th century.
Click here to read more...

Tenbury the town in the orchard



Tenbury Wells
Tenbury Wells known locally as the town in the orchard. It also has some Interesting history and was important for it's spa water. Read about the history of Tenbury town it's Inns , public houses, and the historic Pump Rooms.
Read more Here......

Pitlands Farm Self Catering and B&B
Set in 25 acres, close to the River Teme 3/4 mile east of the village of Clifton-on-Teme and 2 miles to the West of the village of Martley on the B4204 that runs from Worcester to Tenbury Wells for more information Click here..





Lower Buckton Country House Bed and Breakfast accommodation with Private Dining near Leintwardine
Click Here.




like walking why not go to the beautiful Herefordshire Worcestershire and Shropshire countryside for FREE walking Maps to download, details of all the books, maps and walking groups in the county Click on the County you would like to walk




News local and national


For local news why not try the Ludlow and Tenbury Advertiser,Teme Valley Times, or for National and International news try Google news.
Go on this link to the news page

You can look up your favourite sport also. The local weather to your area can be found too. why not give it a try click on the link above or here.....



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