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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!


Summer Opening Times:  Monday - Saturday 10am-4pm

Visit our events page for the latest events, activities and exhibitions!

Faces and Voices of Leominster

Visit our new exhibition 'Faces and Voices of Leominster' that is being held in The John Able Room. 21 local people have been recorded and photographed by Christopher Preece . So that you can hear about Leominster Life over the last 70 years. The exhibition is free and is available each day unless the John Able Room is being used.


The 'Best Address' in Leominster! Who wouldn’t want an office at Grange Court?

Available for lease are our new and high specification offices. Most are 15 m2 with plenty of room for 3 people.   All open out onto a lovely walled garden and are only 2 minutes’ walk from Corn Square. With free on-site car parking for employees. Contact us on 01568 737980


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.

 


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

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