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Welcome to Grange Court

Grange Court, built in 1633, is the last surviving market house known to be built by John Abel, a local master carpenter.  Today it is a Community, Heritage and Enterprise Hub, owned by the people of Leominster through the LARC Development Trust.  It is a place for people to meet, work, learn and enjoy!


Opening Hours:  Monday - Saturday 10am-4pm


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Wedddings at Grange Court

Weddings at Grange Court

Have your wedding ceremony within a beautiful 400 year timber framed building with all the mod cons! Have your photographs taken in the Knot Garden and the secluded Courtyard Garden. Caroline, our Wedding Coordinator, is available to show you around our facilities.

The John Abel room can comfortably sit up to 100 people theatre style, and up to 64 for a sit down lunch or dinner. It can also be booked for parties,  presentations, conferences, celebrations and concerts. 

There are other smaller rooms such as the Mayor's Parlour & Ellison Room which can be used for a wedding ceremony, comfortably accommodating up to 20 people.  Both these rooms can also be hired for a small meeting, or drinks party.

The beautiful walled garden is an ideal place to host a drinks reception before or after a wedding ceremony, and the perfect location for your wedding photos together with our Knot Garden.

For Wedding enquiries please contact Caroline on (01568) 737 980 or email info@grangecourt.org


Coming Soon!

Leominster’s own black-and-white buildings trail.

This lovely Guide, written by architect Nicolette Baines and published by Grange Court, takes the visitor round many of the most interesting timber-framed buildings in Leominster to point out their special features.  The guide has interactive spaces for children to note down their observations as they go.

Black & White Trail Publication

On the back, a number of delightful drawings by the author describe how such buildings were first constructed, with information about tools, joints and the men involved.

We are grateful to Border Oak Construction, of Kingsland, for their generous support of this publication. 

The Guide will be available after Easter from Grange Court, Leominster TIC in Corn Square and other outlets.


Volunteers needed!

Do you have some spare time ?

Would you like to be part of a friendly and active volunteer group?

We are looking for volunteers to man our Reception Desk for three or four hours each week.  This generally involves welcoming people through the door and ensuring they have an enjoyable visit!  If you have an interest in local history or just enjoy meeting people, we’d love to hear from you. 

We are also always looking for Volunteers to help maintain the beautiful gardens at Grange Court.

Please contact us on 01568 737980 for more details.

 


Upcoming Events

Leominster Art Box Summer Exhibition at Grange Court

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Passamezzo Early Dance with Les Fleurs Musicians

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Find Us

Grange Court is accessible from the Church Street entrance of Pinsley Road, Leominster. Herefordshire

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