Hereford’s got so much going for it.
Lewis Clark And The Essentials
The acoustic quartet combines blues, folk and soul influences as they play neglected gems and their own compositions in a gentle, laid-back style.
Lee Hurst: Mucking About
Sharp stand-up, banter and quick wit from the stand-up and TV panellist.
Annual Fritillary Day
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust staff lead guided walks across the medieval Lugg Meadows to look at rare snake's head fritillaries which grow there.
- Nature Reserve
- Guided Tour
Poppies: Weeping Window
A cascade comprising several thousand handmade ceramic poppies, originally conceived by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper as part of the First World War commemorations at the Tower Of London.
The Mappa Mundi And Chained Library Exhibition
Hereford's greatest treasure is a unique medieval map constructed on a single sheet of calf skin vellum. The 17th-century Chained Library is also very special and includes the eighth-century Hereford Gospels.
Hereford Museum & Art Gallery
The collection of local art and artefacts is housed in a spectacular Victorian Gothic building. Exhibits include the beautiful Kenchester mosaic and changing art exhibitions on the stairwell walls.
World War II - Life And Fire Fighting At The Rotherwas Munitions Factory
In 2003, the factory was rediscovered, together with a Blackstone 5-cylinder diesel engine. The permanent exhibition tells the story of the factory, air raids, fire fighting and life on the home front.
National Trust: The Weir Garden
A 10-acre riverside garden with spectacular views over the River Wye and Black Mountains, a sheltered walled garden and a children's balancing and climbing course.
- Country Park
Ace Dance And Music Company: Ten
The dance ensemble and choreographer Jose Agudo explore the concepts of moving away and leaving, looking at how and why people choose previously unimagined destinies over the lives they'd always thought they'd live.
- Physical Theatre