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Dec
11
Mon
8:00 pm Parish Council Meeting @ Wigmore Village Hall
Parish Council Meeting @ Wigmore Village Hall
Dec 11 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm
Wigmore Group Parish Council The group parish council meets every 2nd Monday in the month (other than August) at Wigmore Village Hall. Why not come along and have your say about anything you would like to discuss about your village? The[...]
Jan
8
Mon
8:00 pm Parish Council Meeting @ Wigmore Village Hall
Parish Council Meeting @ Wigmore Village Hall
Jan 8 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm
Wigmore Group Parish Council The group parish council meets every 2nd Monday in the month (other than August) at Wigmore Village Hall. Why not come along and have your say about anything you would like to discuss about your village? The[...]
Feb
2
Fri
all-day Battle of Mortimer’s Cross Anniv...
Battle of Mortimer’s Cross Anniv...
Feb 2 all-day
Anniversary of the Wars of the Roses battle, fought in 1461 almost on our doorstep. The Mortimer’s Cross pub now stands roughly in the centre of what would have been the battlefield on that day.

Historical Links

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The Seizure of Roger Mortimer – Victorian melodrama meets medieval history

 

This page contains links to other websites that have a historical theme related to our area. Just click on the logo for each to go to their site.

Over time we will be adding further links.

As always, please make suggestions of your own via our Contact page.

 

 

 

 

 

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Herefordshire History – a project run by Herefordshire Libraries to digitise local material from Herefordshire’s libraries, archives and museum collections and other sources

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Herefordshire Through Time – Herefordshire Council site about the archaeology and historical environment of the county

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Mortimer History Society – a group formed to provide a focus and forum for all those who are interested in the medieval Mortimer dynasty and the history of the Welsh Marches

 

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