Aston Ingham sits right on the Gloucestershire/Herefordshire border on high ground above the Forest of Dean
Like many villages in Herefordshire, this one is straggly with no real structure but it lies in the most glorious, picturesque setting, with May Hill in Gloucestershire to one side; the Forest of Dean to another and the rising hills of Wales to another.
The name Aston more or less means an east settlement, or eastern farmstead, and the Ingham bit is a Norman name.
Churches of Aston Ingham
- St. John the Baptist Church - Aston Ingham
Originally 12th century, the church of St. John the Baptist at Aston Ingham was rebuilt in the late nineteenth centuryRead More >