These days, Credenhill is probably best known for being the home of the SAS, and is situated close to Hereford.
Credenhill has links to cider production, one of Herefordshire’s key industries. In 1887 Percy Bulmer founded the Bulmers cider company. The then 20 year old son of the Reverend Charles Bulmer (rector of Credenhill) used apples from the rectory garden for the company’s first produce.
Thomas Traherne, the 17th-century English poet and religious writer, was rector of Credenhill for ten years.
Churches of Credenhill
- St. Mary's Church - Credenhill
This lovely church sits on the hill and is dated from around the 13th century.Read More >