Weobley Community

Weobley's Footpaths & Bridleways

With more than 50 footpaths criss-crossing Weobley, you have access to some of the most beautiful countryside to be found in the County.  The majority are Public Footpaths and Bridleways but there are a few where landowners have very kindly given access to the public to cross their land.

As this is a rural community there are quite a few animals about, so we do ask that if are out walking your dog that you keep it on a lead, particularly when there are young lambs about and please be mindful of cattle, as they can become very protective of their young.

A team of volunteers help to maintain the network of paths, keeping stiles free from overgrowth, repairing stiles and bridges, maintaining way-markers along with hours (and hours) of strimming during early spring and throughout the summer months. We are always looking for extra help, so if you'd like to join our group to help with some of the general maintence or to report a problem that you come across during your walk, please telephone Mike Ware on 01544 318296

Enjoy a Saturday Morning Walk with our Wardens

Most Saturday mornings there is an organised village walk led by our group of volunteer Footpath Wardens.  We start out from Wildgoose Chase, opposite the Gables Guesthouse at 8 a.m. and walk for between an hour and a half to two hours.  Everyone is welcome (and their dogs), so do come along.

Weobley Parish Council

We have a very active Parish Council in Weobley with a meeting held each month at the Village Hall or via Zoom when restrictions apply (excluding August and December). Locals residents and businesses are welcome to observe these meetings and are given the opportunity to speak during the 'open session'.  

To find out more about how the Parish Council operates and its current activities, please visit the Weobley Parish Council Web site or e-mail clerk@weobleyparishcouncil.org.uk.

Magpie, Weobley's community magazine

Nearly 50 years old, 'The Magpie' was launched in 1972 and is published monthly by a team of dedicated volunteers with the promise to keep residents and visitors informed about what's happening in and around Weobley. Many of our residents come to rely on the magazine to find people who can help with their gardening, cleaning, painting or to contacting a local business.

The magazine is available from most of the village shops or by subscription and for further information please telephone 01544 318322.

Useful Contact Numbers

Your local services in and around Weobley

Weobley Medical Centre : Gadbridge Road  -  01544 318472.  

  • Out of Hours Medical Service  dial 111
  • Emergencies dial 999

Herefordshire County Hospital : Union Walk, Hereford: 01432 355444

Minor Injuries Unit : Leominster Community Hospital  -  01568 614211

Weobley Dental Surgery : Gadbridge Road – 01544 318166.  

Chemist  :  Leominster : Boots, Lloyds or Rees

During lockdown, Herefordshire's Talk Community Covid-19 Response Team is on hand to provide help and support for the most vulnerable or those self-isolating who may find themselves with gaps in their support plans. Council staff are continuing to work with HVOSS and the local community to help with basic requests such as food shopping and collecting prescriptions.

If you need help, contact the Talk Community Covid-19 Response Team on (01432) 260027 or email talkcommunityhelpline@herefordshire.gov.uk

The Museum & History Centre is open between April to September on Monday 10.00am - 1.00pm and Thursday 2.00pm - 5.00pm. On Bank Holiday Mondays the Centre has extended opening hours between 10.00am - 1.00pm and 2.00pm - 5.00pm.  For further information, please contact Sue Hubbard on 01981 590319.

The Library is open twice a week on Monday between 10.00 am - 1.00 pm and Thursday between 3.00 pm - 6 pm. For further information, please call 01544 318956.

POLICE & Local Community Support

We have a very supportive Community Support Officer based at Kington Police Station and who can be contacted by dialing 101 ext 4535 or by e-mail on kw.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk and who also attends the monthly Parish Council meetings.

If you are witness to or have knowledge of any incidents in or around the Village, we would ask you to report these, either on 999 (for emergencies only) or 101 – or if you prefer to do this anonymously, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.