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norton game

There are a number of shoots which are easily accessible from the Norton Manor Hotel. They are all well stocked with game including pheasant, pigeon, partridge, snipe, woodcock and rabbit. Visit the following shoot websites for details of shooting seasons and prices: | |

phil price rally school

Phil Price Rally School: 15 minutes away from Norton Manor is the Phil Price Rally School, running courses using fully prepared rally cars, professional rally instructors, rally stages in the Welsh Hills and full action packed 'hands on' days.

offas dyke

Offa's Dyke: Just ½ mile away from Norton Manor Hotel, Offa's Dyke passes Norton. This was constructed in the 8thCentury, at the order of the Saxon King Offa of Mercia, in order to keep the Welsh from marauding in neighbouring Mercia. On the trail there is a monument inscribed in honour of the achievements of Sir Richard Green-Price of Norton Manor.

norton church of st andrews

Norton Church of St. Andrew: Norton's church dates from mediaeval times, although only the nave still contains any mediaeval masonry. The church was restored in 1868 by Sir George Gilbert Scott in Victorian Gothic style. Many stained glass windows are attributed to the memory of Sir Richard Green-Price, who is laid to rest here alongside some of his family.

judges lodgings

The Judge's Lodgings: Presteigne: A multiple award-winning Victorian Museum of a most atypical household. The Judge's Lodging has been called 'a fascinating social document - an amazing survival',  'the most remarkable survivor of all UK court buildings' and 'setting a model for preservation'. 

underhill riding school

Underhill Riding Stables: Horse riding, pony trekking, riding lessons and schooling. Enjoy horse riding and pony trekking in the peace and beauty of the Mid-Wales countryside at the Underhill Riding Stables. Our friendly and experienced staff will ensure that you have a relaxed ride on quality horses and ponies whatever your age and riding ability.

kinsham raceway

Kinsham Raceway: Premier Outdoor Karting Circuit for beginners or experienced drivers. Our raceway is Herefordshire's largest Premier Outdoor Hire Karting Circuit. The purpose built asphalt circuit is 900 metres long with a minimum track width of 7.5 metres. The design provides for maximum exhilaration and excitement featuring banked and adverse camber bends, high-speed corners, hairpins and chicanes combined with many elevational changes.


WHIMBLE GARDENS & NURSERY: Tucked away on the southfacing slopes of The Radnor Valley this richly planted garden is a subtle tapestry of colour throughout the season. In the main garden a yew walk leads into a box-edged parterre planted with bulbs, perennials and some unusual annuals. Beyond, an airy wiremesh "church" creates an eccentric and attractive frame work for roses and rare clematis. A small garden is scented by a hedge of Hidcote lavender, and a gate cuts through a beech hedge leading to the meadow beyond which even finer views of the surrounding hills can be seen from the balustraded toposcope.

knighton golf club

Knighton Golf Club: 5,362 yard 9 hole course, PAR/SSS: 68/66, in wooded countryside with views from Glyndŵr’s Way to the Clee Hills.

small breeds farm park

Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre, Kington: The finest display of owls in the UK and many other small animal breeds.

hergest croft gardens

Hergest Croft Gardens, Kington: Over 70 acres of gardens with more than 5000 rare trees and shrubs - described as ‘one of the finest collections of trees and shrubs in Britain.

hereford cathedral

Hereford Cathedral and Mappa Mundi: Contains some of the finest examples of architecture from Norman times up to the present day. Features two historical treasures: the mediaeval Mappa Mundi and Chained Library.

The Talyllyn Railway:

The Talyllyn Railway: is a historic narrow-gauge steam railway, set in the beautiful Mid-Wales countryside. Running from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol, the line passes the delightful Dolgoch Falls and there are excellent forest walks at Nant Gwernol.

The Talyllyn Railway:

Presteigne & Norton Vintage Car & Motor Cycle Show: Sunday 10th June 2012, Went's Meadow, Presteigne.     Admission 3.00, Children Free   -   Bookings Contact David Critchley, Presteigne Chamber of Trade          01544 260777  click_to_PRINT Form and return by 1st of June 2012   -   View_News_Letter to:                           London House, Broad St, Presteigne, Powys, LD8 2AD

Presteigne Food Trail:

Presteigne Food Trail: Saturday June 16th 9am - 9pm
Presteigne welcomes you to a free culinary day out full of traditional tastes & inspiring ideas.
Free talks and films - Free cookery demonstrations - Free children's activities - Free tours - Free ceilidh


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