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Roman Villa in Ashford Carbonell

About the only thing Covid hasn’t shut! In 1994, aerial photography carried out on behalf of the Royal Commission for Historical Monuments England (RCHME) revealed a cropmark in a field at the extreme southern edge of the parish (OS no. SO532693). This was interpreted as a winged villa of the Romano-British period with an associated …

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A Visit to Hereford Cathedral’s Hidden Gardens

The extensive set of hidden gardens at the back of Hereford Cathedral are not usually on public display but there are times when they are open – but not now in lockdown 3 or more! On a recent Wednesday afternoon we were so pleased to see them and also to hear various gems about the …

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