Almeley (meaning Elm Meadow) was built in it’s glorious location in the Herefordshire countryside over a thousand years ago, and has views over the Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains.  Continue reading

Sir John was born in around 1378 in Herefordshire, to Sir Richard Oldcastle, and due to the wealth of his parents gained an excellent education. Many people will know of Sir John from the works of Shakespeare, who based Sir John Falstaff in King Henry IV upon him. He was actually better known generally for being a leader of the Lollards and a supporter of Wycliffe, his home in the village of Almeley, North Herefordshire, being a staunch Lollard area, and he was thought of as “The good Lord Cobham”. Continue reading

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