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Doors Windows supplied and fitted in Herefordshire

We are happy to travel to all areas in Herefordshire, such as Leominster, Kington, Bromyard, Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Symonds Yat, Wye Valley, Golden Valley.

Wye Valley Home Improvements is based in Hereford, but our fitters always enjoy the variety of places they visit daily whilst fitting our quality doors and windows. We are happy to travel to all areas in Herefordshire, below is some brief history of the quaint little towns within the beautiful Herefordshire landscape, which our fitters visit regularly.

Bromyard is a historic market town, famous for its hop production; it has half-timbered buildings, accommodating local public houses, selling real ales or shops owned by local people who sell local produce. The town has a parish church dating back to Norman times. On special occasions such as the Bromyard Gala, Nozstock Festival or the Folk Festival, the town springs to life with tourists and people who return year after year for the delightful, friendly musical atmosphere.

Ledbury is a market town located to the west of the Malvern hills, some of the properties in Ledbury are built with timber-framed structure, some of which are grade 1 listed, such as the historical Market House which was built in 1617. Combine this architectural delight with the cobbled streets, leading to the Butcher Row House Museum, which provides a delightful glimpse into local Victorian life, creating a feeling of stepping back in time.

Ross on Wye is a market town, renowned for the fourth largest river in the UK, called the river Wye which forms a large part of the border between England and Wales, thus attracting many tourists to view the spectacular river scenery and visit the castles and abbeys. The parish church St Mary is believed to be over 700 years old and holds several distinctive tombs and a section open for Alms Houses.

Symonds Yat is a small village in the Forest of Dean, which sits alongside the river Wye. It is a popular tourist area due to its beauty and sporting areas for thrill-seeking rock climbers, water sport enthusiastic people who love to enjoy conning, white rafting and playboating. It even has its own river crossing, to cross from one side of the village to the other, which is utilised by a ferryman who pulls the ferry across the river using an overhead cable so that a road trip of 5 miles can be avoided by car. In the summer months the caravan/camping parks are fully booked with eager tourists.

Kington is a civil parish in Herefordshire, it sits on the western side of Offa’s Dyke, just two miles from the Welsh border, and is an English town. It has the highest 18 hole golf club in England and provides shelters for the golfers to escape the windy weather.

Leominster is the largest of the five Herefordshire towns and is a market and minster town, located by the River Lugg. Historically it was known for the highest quality of wool which was sheared from Ryeland Sheep. The shops are located in medieval sixteenth century black and white buildings.