The small village of Putley lies some five miles west of Ledbury and is somewhat strung out, but it boasts two 18th century Manor houses – Putley Court and Brainge Court.

Churches of Putley

  • St. Andrew's Church - Putley

    The church at Putley has Norman origins and was built by William De’Evreux a knight of William the Conqueror. After it fell into ruin it was rebuilt in 1875 by John Riley, the squire at the time.

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News from the Past of Putley

Buildings of Putley

  • History of Putley Court

    Built 1712 with extensions late 18th century the acres belonging to this mansion have long been known for its excellent fruit production

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