Guide to Bromyard
Known locally as the Town of Festivals, Bromyard is a small but lively town situated between the cathedral cities of Hereford and Worcester. From its pretty half-timbered buildings to its packed events calendar and its location close to the stunning Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bromyard oozes charm. For these reasons and more, the town is popular with families and property in the area is in high demand. Despite its rural location, Bromyard offers convenient transport links to a number of larger towns and cities thanks to the presence of the nearby A44 trunk road. Both Hereford and Worcester can be reached within half an hour by car, while Birmingham and Bristol are less than a 1.5-hour drive away.
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With a population of around 4,500, you could be forgiven for writing off Bromyard as a sleepy backwater, but in reality the opposite is true. The town’s eclectic entertainment calendar boasts a vast range of events, from the niche – such as the International Town Criers’ Festival and the Scarecrow Festival – to the more mainstream, including Bromyard Speed Festival and the family-friendly Bromyard Folk Festival. History buffs will also find much to like about Bromyard. As well as its many timbered buildings, the characterful town is home to Georgian and Victorian facades, plus a church dating back to Norman times.
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Chancellors Estate Agents’ Leominster branch services Bromyard and has a wide range of properties available for sale and to let in and around the area. For any questions about buying, selling, renting or letting property in Bromyard, our Leominster branch is open six days a week, from Monday to Saturday.