Monday 8 August 2016

The Village of Pembridge

These photos were taken quite few years ago when I was heading down to a Builth Wells to meet up with my wife. I had wanted to stop off at the village and on this occasion I did just that. Pembridge is a village situated on the A44 which is an old coach road not far from the Welsh border

These are  Duppa's Almshouses in Bridge Street, founded in 1661

I doubt the sign is that old but the wording could be

Ye Olde Steppes which I think used to be the post office

This is the Market Hall

where you can find an information board on it

This place is not as old as a lot of the other buildings but it did used to be a shop, & when I published it on Geograph a lady who used to live there emailed me to say thank you for showing it.

The market hall and the Kings house restaurant which used to be the Greyhound. The village also has a church called St Mary with a seperate belltower which I have written a blog on 
Taking Part in Our Worlds Tuesday


  1. wow very old houses
    new post

  2. Looks old and very picturesque. Thanks for showing

  3. Architecture of houses is. Fantastic

  4. Love the old buildings! And the history too.

  5. Wonderful old architecture, perfect for the photographer.

  6. You did get to photograph some wonderful old historical places. Quite beautiful.

  7. This looks like a place well worth a visit.

  8. Quite a place. The wording of that old sign certainly does draw your attention.

  9. Hi Bill, Interesting photos. Definitely worthy of a visit. One of these days I hope to make it over to the UK!


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